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Vermont Emergency Eats Program Delivers Significant Economic Impact

Vermont Emergency Eats Program developed in response to July 2023 Vermont floods cost $700K produced 49,000 meals plus an additional $1.2M in local spending.

SEVCA Seeks Community Members to Serve on Board of Directors

SEVCA is actively looking for community members in Windsor or Windham Counties to join our Board of Directors. Your time and talent can help ensure our communities have the resources they need to thrive.

VT Legislature Supports Continuation of Vermont Everyone Eats Beyond July 1st

Thanks to a $1.3 million allocation included by Vermont legislators in the final version of bill S.11, signed by Governor Scott on June 8th, the groundbreaking Vermont Everyone Eats (VEE) program now has the necessary funding to continue to leverage FEMA support in providing COVID relief for Vermont restaurants, farmers, and meal participants.

VT Everyone Eats Extended Through July 1st

Vermont Everyone Eats (VEE), the unique COVID-19 recovery program that provides Vermonters impacted by COVID with prepared meals made by Vermont restaurants using locally grown and produced ingredients, will continue through July 1, 2022.

VT Everyone Eats Extended & Celebrating Two Million Meals Served

SEVCA is delighted to announce that VT Everyone Eats (VEE) has received an extension to continue through April 1, 2022, and is celebrating serving two million meals!

VITA Offering Free Tax Preparation Services for Tax Year 2021

The Volunteer Income Tax Assistance (VITA) program is offering free tax preparation services to anyone who makes less than $57,000 per year starting on January 31, 2022. This program helps clients obtain the credits, deductions, and refunds to which they are entitled.

The Advocate, Winter 2021-22 - Enough to Thrive

Read the latest edition of SEVCA's organizational newsletter, The Advocate.

VT Everyone Eats Continues Through December 31st

Vermont has extended the program to address the ongoing economic instability of restaurants and the food insecurity experienced by nearly one in four Vermonters.

Need Assistance with Heat and Utilities This Winter? SEVCA Might Be Able to Help!

Southeastern Vermont Community Action (SEVCA) offers a variety of services and supports for eligible Windham and Windsor County residents concerned about affording their heat and utilities this winter.

Enough to Thrive- SEVCA's Annual Appeal- Give Today

We’re doing everything we can with all the resources we can muster, but our grants never cover all the costs of providing the needed services. Your continued investments in our mission are needed to match and complete our funding for programs and services that stabilize, improve, and change people’s lives for a better future.