WCAC & City of Worcester
to host Home Heating Assistance Forum
Community Conversation to focus on resources available
to help with rising home heating costs
NOVEMBER 29, 2022
CONTACT: Ellen M. Ganley, Director of Policy, Public Affairs & Advancement
O: 508-762-9807
C: 508-826-7885
Worcester, Massachusetts - Worcester Community Action Council, Inc. and the City of Worcester will host an important forum in response to rising home heating costs. The forum will be held on Monday, December 5, 2022 at 1:30 p.m. at 18 Chestnut Street, Worcester.

Community Conversation:
Resources to Help with Rising Home Heating Costs
for Low/Moderate Income Households
Monday, December 5, 2022
1:30 p.m.
18 Chestnut Street, Worcester

Acting City Manager Eric D. Batista, Chief Sustainability Officer John Odell, and WCAC Director of Energy Resources Mary Knittle will join representatives from National Grid and EverSource for the panel discussion which will be moderated by WCAC Executive Director Marybeth Campbell.

A virtual option will be available for viewing online
About WCAC

Since 1965, the Worcester Community Action Council has served as the federally designated anti-poverty agency for central and southern Worcester County, with a mission of helping people move to economic self-sufficiency through programs, partnerships and advocacy.

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