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The United Way Is Helping With Rent and Utilities Amidst The Pandemic



The United Way has partnered with the city of Augusta to provide relief using U.S. Treasury funds available to those who have fallen behind on rent or utilities as a direct result of the pandemic.

The organization is calling this its “Sigh Of Relief” program.

The program became active last we...

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  1. Thankfully the United Way is in charge of this. They have a reputation for handling issues such as this in a fair and expedient manner, and have the safeguards in place to make sure the money gets to landlords.

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