STAUNTON, Va. (WHSV)-- A local group is asking for feedback to help them set their priorities for how they can help others in the Valley.
The group is the Community Action Partnership of Staunton, Augusta and Waynesboro, known as CAPSAW. The group receives grants and other funding from the state and federal governments for programs that help with hunger, health care and housing, among other things.
CAPSAW has launched a survey to help them find out what the community's needs are now and how they can help address them.
"Without that information, without being able to say, 'we have these needs in the community,' we might not be able to access the funding that could otherwise be available for folks," said Melissa Orndorff Stephens, a member of CAPSAW.
The survey is open through the end of July. If you live in Staunton, Augusta County or Waynesboro and would like to take the survey click on the link in this story.
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