ST. LOUIS – Ameren Missouri is partnering with St. Louis Community Action Agencies to offer clients the option of energy assistance.
Missouri received $ 324 million in rental and utility assistance from the state’s housing assistance program. Less than 20% of this fund has been distributed.
So far, the Missouri Housing and Development Board has granted 51.2 million percent, while approving more than 10,000 applications.
Most of these funds go towards rent assistance. However, over $ 270 million is still available.
“We know that many Missourians are doing their best to handle the challenges that COVID-19 continues to present, and we want our customers to know that there is help,” said Tara Oglesby, vice president of the customer experience for Ameren Missouri.
Local agencies are using $ 1 million in funding from a $ 3.5 million effort to help low-income clients affected by COVID-19.
Eighteen agencies received these grants with the intention of strengthening and amplifying the effectiveness of these efforts. Missouri Ozarks Community Action (MOCA) received $ 50,000 through Ameren Missouri. They are using the funds to support their mobile office initiative that allows MOCA to help more families in Missouri.
Other donations include:
- Urban League of Metropole St. Louis Inc .: $ 75,000
- Jefferson Franklin Community Action Society: $ 75,000
- St. Louis County Community Action Agency Inc .: $ 100,000
- East Missouri Action Agency Inc .: $ 75,000
For more information, visit the Ameren Energy Support page.
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