Part of a series of virtual town halls, this one focuses on transportation accessibility to services. To see videos of past town halls, click here.
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Part of a series of virtual town halls, this one focuses on homelessness.
Participants at the Greater Lehigh Valley Chamber of Commerce’s Real Estate Outlook event on April 14 heard optimism over the continuing dream of a few to make us East Coast Warehouse Central. They also heard good news on the increased housing development which is needed to attract the younger workers needed for this valley to prosper. They did not hear about how we might solve the affordability gap for the average citizen, however. Other official reports from the area have stated or implied that it has becoming mountingly difficult for the average, hardworking citizen to live here, military servicemembers and veterans among them, with or without families, and regardless of age. (more…)
WASHINGTON — The Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) will extend the existing moratorium on evictions and foreclosures, as well as extend VA loan forbearance requests, to June 30, because of COVID-19. The current moratorium extensions for evictions and foreclosures were set to end March 31. It is the result of Read more…
Since it affects homeless veterans during the cold season, we thought you might want to know that two nonprofits, Safe Harbor Easton and and Greater Shiloh Church are resuming their warming shelter operations beginning 1 December. For details click on the thumbnail to the right. Now we await the Bethlehem Read more…
From the Executive Director of Victory House of Lehigh Valley:
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On 12 March 2018, Governor Tom Wolf announced that 13 Pennsylvania county veterans’ affairs offices and 18 nonprofit organizations will receive in grants from the Veterans’ Trust Fund (VTF), which is administered by the Pennsylvania Department of Military and Veterans Affairs (DMVA). (more…)
We could use your help from 6 November through 17 November by the mechanism of voting on a Lehigh Valley Community Foundation webpage. As an organization of organization with no paid employees, we do not ask for ourselves, but instead (more…)