United Way Offers Help To Workers Impacted By Chemical Spill
The United Way of Central West Virginia has raised more than $70,000 to help workers affected by a chemical spill. The organization established an emergency fund following the spill in Charleston for workers who lost wages or had work hours reduced. The fund will provide up to $200 to help pay utility bills. United Way of Central West Virginia director John Ballengee tells the Charleston Gazette that workers in all nine counties affected by the Jan. 9 spill can apply for utility assistance. The aid will be distributed on a first-come, first-served basis, and you can find out more at the United Way's website, www.unitedwaycwv.org .