Department: Community Services
    Job Title: Temporary crisis fuel employees
    Reports to: County Supervisors and CS Program Director
    Location: Rutland

    Temporary, full time employees needed for the crisis fuel program in the Community Services Department. Fuel season begins in mid-November and ends in mid-April. This is a direct service position, serving low-income clients in need of fuel and utility assistance.

    Duties include performing intakes, determining eligibility, data entry, working with fuel and utility companies and maintaining documentation. There will be travel required to our Bennington office two days per week. Mileage will be reimbursed at the Federal rate. Must have valid driver's license and dependable transportation.

    Qualifications include the abilities to work in a fast-paced environment, computer literacy and desire to help people in crisis.

    $14.00 per hour. A background check is required.
    Please send resume & three references to: HRDepartment@broc.org

  • 25th Annual Stuff A Bus

    November 14, 15 & 16th
    Rutland Price Chopper & Hannaford

    Please bring your non-perishables and "center of the store" items and help us stuff that bus!

    All donations are split between The Rutland Community Cupboard, The Salvation Army and The BROC Community Food Shelf.

    We need your help to beat last years record breaking donations to help our community!

  • Reparative Restorative Justice Panel Program Volunteer Training

    Training located at BROC Community Action
    45 Union Street Rutland, VT on
    November 14th 5:30pm-8:30pm
    November 15th 8:30am-4:30pm

    Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner will be provided

    RSVP by November 8th to Kate Tibbs
    ktibbs@broc.org or call 802.665.1703


    FREE Workshop - Enter to win door prizes!

    How to shop for upcoming holidays- learn tips and tricks to save money, so you can spend more time enjoying the holidays!

    Wednesday November 13, 2019

    BROC Community Action
    45 Union Street
    Rutland, VT 05701

    Annette Hoyle

  • Mark your calendar!!!

    The Advisory Council on Child Poverty and Strengthening Families wants to hear from you!

    - What are the biggest challenges facing Vermonters in poverty?
    - What will help Vermonters move out of poverty?

    When: Thursday Nov 21, 2019
    Food will be ready at 5:00pm

    Where: Rutland Intermediate-Middle School Cafeteria
    67 Library Ave. Rutland City

    Want more information: Contact Mike Ferrant

  • The Super Galactic Toy Drop & Character Extravaganza

    Saturday November 23
    Rutland Intermediate School Cafeteria

    Bring a new unwrapped toy or select a toy to sponsor and make the holidays better for kids who need it.

    Come check out more than 50 of your favorite cosplay characters from across New England!

    Please click the link below to sign up to volunteer!

  • Sponsor-A-Shelf at the BROC Community Food Shelf


    The BROC Community Food Shelf's "Sponsor-A-Shelf" initiative is looking for more shelf sponsors!

    If you are part of a group, organization or business that would like to take part in this cool way to keep the BROC Community Food Shelf stocked, contact Meg Hanna at 802.665.1755 or mhanna@broc.org.

  • Free Weatherization? Call Kelly! 802 665-1748 Rutland and Bennington!

    We want to save you money!

    Free weatherization from our experts like Hyle Bates pictured here!

    Call Kelly today!

    Did you know that you may qualify for free complete weatherization for your home or apartment? Warmer in winter, cooler in summer. Lower fuel bills, lower electric bills.

    Why wouldn't you? Call 802-665-1748. Rutland & Bennington County residents.


BROC Community Action's history spans 54 years. The why of our existence has not changed for over five decades. We exist to give people a chance: to allow the disadvantaged members of our communities to develop and use their capacities and abilities so they can share in the promise of this nation.

The how of BROC Community Action's existence goes back to 1964, when a notion called "community action" emerged from President Kennedy's Committee on Juvenile Delinquency and Youth Crime. After President Kennedy, President Lyndon B. Johnson took up the fight and signed the Economic Opportunity Action of 1964. (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Economic_Opportunity_Act_of_1964)

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"I was very happy that BROC was able to help my family get into housing. We were living in our car for several months before someone told us about the services there. I don't know what we would have done come winter."

— Bennington housing client
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