GENERAL HELP FORM
If you live in this area and need assistance, please complete this form. We are also willing to help TESD employees who might live outside the area during these unusual coronavirus-related times! Be sure you identify where you live and if you are not local what/where your TESD job is so we can confirm your request. We are VERY confidential in our assistance, so don’t hesitate to ask!
General questions should be emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org or call 484-254-6510. Along with your specific reason for calling, please be sure to include your name, phone/email, and the city/township in which you live. Requests made without this information will not be considered.
Resources for help during COVID-19
- General Resources for assistance – includes info on health insurance, utility and child care assistance, etc. etc. Lots of topics.
- Unemployment questions – includes info on unemployment and how it will work
- Extra $600/week questions – this can help to explain who gets the extra $600/week in unemployment.
- Stimulus check information – includes info on how to get your stimulus checks
- Student Loans – includes info if you are currently paying any government-offered student loans
- Free & Reduced Meal Assistance – for students in the T/E School District; if you haven’t qualified in the past but now have reduced income – you might want to apply again
- Great Valley Food Cupboard – at Baptist Church near Gateway Shopping Center; you do not need to be a member of the church; open 11-2 on Tuesday.
- Wayne Church Food Pantry – at Wayne United Methodist Church; you do not need to be a member; open 9-1 on Wednesday and Thursday
- Church of the Good Samaritan Food Closet – at Good Sam Church in Paoli; you do not need to be a member; open 9-11 the first and third Thursdays, and 5pm-7pm the second and fourth Thursday evenings.
- West Chester Food Cupboard, 431 S. Bolmar St., West Chester, 610-344-3175, email@example.com; Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Saturdays – 8:30am-11:30am; provides non-perishable items, fresh produce, dairy, meat products, breads, desserts, and some toiletries and personal care items (diapers, too). You may need to show driver’s license or utility bill to prove PA residency.
The mission of T&E Care is to maintain a network of people providing financial and other material assistance to persons in need in and around the Tredyffrin and Easttown township areas.
T&E Care is an IRS recognized non-profit organization under section 501(c)(3) of the tax code. The official registration and financial information of Tredyffrin & Easttown Care may be obtained from the Pennsylvania Department of State by calling toll free, within Pennsylvania, 1 (800) 732-0999. Registration does not imply endorsement.