The session begins at 7 a.m. at St. Paul AME Church, located at 2501 Shurling Drive. The first 250 people who qualify will be eligible for assistance of up to $350.
Applicants must provide a copy of their most recent energy bill or a statement of service from their utility provider, proof of household income for the last 30 days (such as pay stubs or a letter from an employer), a valid Georgia driver’s license or state-issued ID, and a valid Social Security card or printout for all household members. “Life-threatening crisis” applicants must provide a medical statement.
All applicants are required to provide documentation of citizenship. Each applicant will be provided an affidavit for citizenship that must be completed at the time of application.
The grants are available from the Department of Human Services through the Macon-Bibb County Economic Opportunity Council.
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For any questions, call Kawrisa Marshall at 478-738-3240.