ASHEBORO NC (CITY OF ASHEBORO) – United Way of Randolph County, in partnership with the City of Asheboro and the North Carolina Department of Commerce Rural Economic Development Division, is pleased to announce a program to provide temporary rent, mortgage or utility payment assistance to households who have suffered economic hardships due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Funding for the program was made available through the US Department of Housing and Urban Development and the federal CARES Act of 2020. Eligible households must be located within the City of Asheboro Corporate Limits. Applicants will need to complete an application and provide documentation of an economic hardship related to COVID-19. Assistance is limited to low/moderate income households; more information on eligibility and program requirements is available by visiting www.uwrandolph.org and clicking on the “GET HELP”.
United Way of Randolph County began receiving applications on 9/22/2021. The amount of assistance provided will vary depending on specific circumstances. A future phase of the program, which will be announced separately at a later date, will involve helping organizations that provide food distribution and pantry services to better serve their clients.
For more information, contact the United Way of Randolph County at 336-625-2852 or visit https://www.uwrandolph.org/asheboro-covid-19-community-assistance-program.
Source: Press Release City Of Asheboro