Programs through Eblen Charities provide assistance to families for past due rent and mortgage payments.
Emergency Assistance (EA) – In partnership with Buncombe County Health and Human Services, Emergency Assistance offers temporary financial assistance for families in financial crisis due to unusual circumstances. EA helps to pay past due power, gas, water, rent, mortgage, or oil. Rent deposits for those who are currently homeless, or electric deposits for those living in a home without electricity. Applicant must have a child in the home under age 18 and be the primary parent, guardian or caregiver.
The Williams/Baldwin Teacher Campus: A unique partnership that helps bring and retain quality teachers to our community first opened its doors to a waiting list of educators in the spring of 2017.
The Williams-Baldwin Teacher Campus, a 24 unit apartment complex provides two bedroom/two bath apartments for approximately $915 a month for teachers in the Buncombe County and Asheville City School Systems.
The campus is named in honor of Roy and Wanda Williams and Buddy and Rosa Lee Baldwin, area educators that have impacted countless lives in our community and across the nation.
The Williams-Baldwin Teacher Campus is a partnership between Buncombe County , the State Employee’s Credit Union, Buncombe County Schools, Asheville City Schools, Eblen Charities, and the Eblen Center for Social Enterprise and is located across Eblen Intermediate and Erwin High School.