Burlington County Provides Utility Fair To Homeless this winter

New Jersey Department of Community Affairs, Burlington County’s Emergency Mortgage and Utility Assistance Program have come together to arrange a fair in Burlington to assist the locals.

Dec 7, 2021

Burlington County Times

New Jersey Department of Community Affairs, Burlington County’s Emergency Mortgage and Utility Assistance Program have come together to arrange a fair in Burlington to assist the locals.The County residents that had a need for mortgage, leasing and utility help received more than just particulars and guidance at the housing and utility fair.


One of the services provided here was helping the homeless or those in danger of becoming homeless due to eviction or foreclosure during this season by giving them financial aid with regards to utilities.“The pandemic has hit people so hard that some are struggling to keep a roof over their heads, while others are having to choose between a meal and paying utilities,” said Kim.“More than 1,700 Burlington County households have received aid so far and this fair will help reach even more families in need and make sure every resident has a safe place to call home.


We at Enposs appreciate this program taken up by the federal government. Providing Utility assistance at the fair was the best Christmas gift one could ever get for the homeless. As we all are looking forward to this christmas season. We introduce to you the device called FORCE which will keep you and your families warm while saving your electricity bills upto 10% and lightening your pockets.