Letter, Opinion

Will the reduced unemployment benefits squeeze your finances?

Dear Editor,

The Woodstock Area Relief Fund (WARF) anticipates that many local residents will be significantly impacted by the lapse of the $600 per week supplemental unemployment income.  If you live in Woodstock, Barnard, Bridgewater, Killington, Plymouth, Pomfret, or Reading, WARF can help provide immediate financial assistance of up to $1,000.

This is available to anyone in those towns who are unable to meet their basic household needs, such as rent, food, or childcare, due to the economic disruption caused by the coronavirus.

WARF is committed to the confidentiality of all participants.

Jon Spector,
Woodstock

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