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PA Increasing LIHEAP Grants

Pennsylvania households enrolled in the Low-Income Home Energy Assistance Program could be getting more money.
HARRISBURG - Pennsylvania households enrolled in the Low-Income Home Energy Assistance Program could be getting more money.

Governor Rendell announced Wednesday the most vulnerable enrollees can receive a 100-dollar increase through extra contingency funds received from the federal government. Those eligible for the increase are residents over 60-years-old, those with a disability or with children aged five and under. Each year, LIHEAP helps low-income households stay warm during the winter months by paying for heat. Click here to apply online.

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