§7-13-7. Status of community action program organizations.
In order to be a community action program organization under
the provisions of this article, such organization must be a public
governmental agency or a nonprofit corporation qualified to do
business in West Virginia, other than a political party, and must
be recognized by the governor, in accordance with the provisions of
section two of this article, for the public purpose declared in
section one of this article.
In no instance shall the state, any agency thereof, or a
county court, county board of education, or municipal government
provide or extend, under the provisions of this article, money, and
real and other property, tangible or intangible, or financial
assistance to other than a community action program organization
recognized by the governor in accordance with the provisions of
section two of this article.