Fort Washington Energy Company Lends Helping Hand to Youth Non Profit

Updated: Jan 11, 2019

FLOURTOWN-- To mark the 100th anniversary of its Flourtown campus, CVCA is undertaking major renovations of five cottages, all listed on the National Register of Historic Places. The cottages provide a safe haven for youth ages 12 to 19 who are survivors of severe trauma or neglect. CVCA housing is often necessary while youth undergoing counseling services reintegrate into the community.

CMC Energy Services, a woman-owned company that offers energy efficiency and clean energy services for residents and businesses throughout the Delaware Valley, recently partnered with Carson Valley Children’s Aid to assist with renovations of the organization’s youth residences. More than 60 CMC Energy Services employees dedicated time and resources to the campus improvements. The volunteer effort included painting the living spaces, dining room and bedrooms.

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