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The 2014 Day of Caring will be held on September 11, 2014. Volunteer registration opens on August 11, 2014.  Learn how to register for a project.
United Way's Day of Caring is an annual event that connects YOU to volunteer projects in the Lehigh Valley. The 2014 Day of Caring will be held on September 11, 2014. This year's project list is now accessible on the Volunteer Center of the Lehigh Valley's website.
Literacy, adult education & school enrichment services receive United Way Women’s Leadership Council support.
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Lehigh Valley Help - Housing

Rent Assistance
Also known as rent subsidy, Section-8, and HUD.
Assists in partial rent payments for qualified tenants and landlords. Waiting lists.
(610) 439-8678  Allentown Housing Authority
(610) 865-8300  Bethlehem Housing Authority
(610) 258-0806  Easton Housing Authority
(610) 433-2312  Lehigh County Housing Authority
(610) 759-8488  Northampton County Housing Authority
Public Housing
Federally owned housing units. See above agencies.
Bureau of Consumer Protection
(610) 821-6690
Offers assistance in tenant-landlord situations. Does not do real estate. Northampton and Lehigh counties.
Lists of landlords of low-to-moderate rent properties, a project of the Community Action Committee of the Lehigh Valley (CACLV), are maintained by:
(610) 253-4253  Easton Area Neighborhood Center
(610) 865-2791  South Bethlehem Neighborhood Center
(610) 433-6421  Lehigh County Conference of Churches
Emergency Shelter Assistance
A variety of resources depending on the situation, family composition, and time of year. Contact Valley Wide Help for details.