More than 250 Volunteers Help Louisville Residents - WDRB 41 Louisville News

More than 250 Volunteers Help Louisville Residents

More than 250 volunteers from the group People Working Cooperatively will come to Louisville to help low-income elderly, disabled and other at-risk homeowners with critical home repairs.

Following last week's windstorms, the volunteers will not only work to help low-income homeowners but they are now scheduled to help with storm damage and clean-up efforts.

There will be several projects underway Saturday, September 27 within Louisville and Clark County, IN.

PWC clients, with an average household income of $13,000, are financially and often physically unable to maintain their homes.

PWC clients often must choose to divide their income between food, medication and utilities, leaving critical home repairs neglected.

Without the help of PWC, there is an increase in vacant, boarded-up or abandoned properties which significantly reduce the values of homes within neighborhoods.

People Working Cooperatively, Inc. is based in Cincinnati.  They can be contacted at (513) 351-7921 in Ohio and (859) 331-1991 Kentucky.

You can also check out their website.

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