Financial help is provided through the Benevolence Fund. Clients requesting help will be interviewed by trained volunteers.
Funds are limited so clients are encouraged to come through the west entrance of the church by 8:30am to get a number to secure their place. Clients will then come back around 12:00pm where the numbers will be called.
Financial assistance is given out from noon to 2:00pm or till the fund for the week is run out that day.
Tuesday 12:00pm to 2:00pm
Benton County residents only, with the exception of Rogers residents.
Utility bills with a shutoff notice. Bring your photo ID and your shutoff notice with you.
Rent with an eviction notice. Bring your photo ID and your eviction notice, and information on how we may contact your landlord.
Gasoline for your automobile. Bring your driver's license.
Two programs are available to assist with heating and cooling expense LIHEAP - Low Income Heating Assistance Program, will provide assistance for a heating bill and is available annually from Dec 1 until funds are exhausted ECAP - Electric Cooling Assistance Program, will provide assistance for a electric bill and is available annually from March 15 until funds are exhausted Both programs have income guidelines for eligibility, but ECAP also requires a cut-off notice from the electric company.