The Greater Lawrence Community Action Council, Inc., is pleased to announce the 2019 recipients of the annual Heroes in Action Awards will be Beth Francis and Carol Lavoie Schuster of the Essex County Community Foundation. Under the dynamic leadership of Francis, the President and CEO, and Lavoie Schuster, the Vice President for Grants and Services, the Foundation responded to the gas explosions b
LAWRENCE – Free tax assistance is available for low- to moderate-income families and individuals at the Greater Lawrence Community Action Council Inc. GLCAC’s tax team is ready to help anyone earning $55,000 or less complete their tax returns and file for the Earned Income Tax Credit, which can result in a substantial refund.
GLCAC’s trained, volunteer tax preparers are av
Bank of America Supports GLCAC’s Fuel Assistance Program
LAWRENCE – Bank of America has partnered with the Greater Lawrence Community Action Council, Inc. to help keep residents impacted by the gas fires warm this winter.
Bank of America recently donated $50,000 to support GLCAC’s fuel and heat assistance programs.
“GLCAC is extremely grateful to Bank of America
ANDOVER —If a baby is born prematurely, he or she is likely to face health challenges.
The child may be underweight and lag in development of skills such as walking and talking. Many young children in this predicament have to follow a strict diet.
Ashley Mason, director of the local WIC program, mentioned an Andover child who was born after only 26 weeks. This child was much smaller th
You may have heard news about a federal court ruling on the Affordable Care Act, and you may have questions about your health care. As a Health Care Navigator, we work closely with the state's Health Connector, which provided us the following information:
The decision made by a federal judge in Texas regarding the Affordable Care Act does not have any immediate impact on the Health Connecto