GET HELP

The Community Action Committee of the Lehigh Valley offers many programs that assist individuals and families in a variety of ways.

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Your contribution makes all the difference!

GET INVOLVED

You can volunteer one time, once a week, once a month – whatever is right for you!

WE STRIVE TO FIND ECONOMIC SOLUTIONS

WE TAKE CARE OF OUR NEIGHBORS!

We might not be able to eliminate poverty. But we can curb it. We can feed people who are hungry.  We can shelter them when they’re homeless.  We can get them heating assistance or weatherize their homes when they’re cold.  We can help people gain assets by buying a home or starting a business. We can organize them to take their neighborhoods back.

GET HELP

We might not be able to eliminate poverty. But we can curb it!

Food Access

Created by CACLV in 1982, Second Harvest Food Bank provides food though a network of more then 200 non-profit member agencies.
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Neighborhood Revitalization

We believe that thriving neighborhoods must include parks and physical assets that bring residents and visitors together, as well as clean, safe, and attractive commercial districts.

Housing Assistance

Affordable, quality housing is the foundation of a healthy and thriving community.  Through CACLV’s programs and subsidiaries we improve the quality of the housing stocks and encourage home ownership.

Small Business Assistance

From the start, CACLV has focused on supporting entrepreneurs in the process of establishing or growing their own small businesses. Entrepreneurs receive comprehensive training from experts in the local business community on topics such as marketing, financial statements, borrowing and saving, and much more.

Energy Assistance

We provide energy savings and assistance with heating bills and education to our participants, thereby improving their quality of life and giving them the opportunity to pursue other economic opportunity.

Advocacy

From the minimum wage (and it sure is minimal!) to smart growth, CACLV is actively speaking out with and for low-income people and their communities. CACLV has earned its reputation as an outspoken advocate, one that is driven by a clear set of values.

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