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Mar 5 2019

Heating Homes, warming hearts

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THE HEAT IS ON

The sun is shining and the fairway is green. Time to trade in those snow boots for some golf shoes!

Put yours on and join us for THE HEAT IS ON 14th annual golf tournament at the exclusive Sanctuary.

All proceeds support EOC’s affordable home energy programs to keep Coloradans warm and safe. The tournament is limited to 120 golfers. Sign up now and support a neighbor in need while practicing your backswing!

Helping Coloradans afford home energy

Energy Outreach Colorado’s affordable energy programs help vulnerable Coloradans stay warm and safe at home.

If you need assistance keeping up with your heating bill, you’re not alone. Energy Outreach Colorado offers these ways to help you stay warm and safe in your home.

There are many ways to get involved with us. Learn about how you can join us in helping support Coloradans in need.

We offer energy efficiency grants to reduce energy costs for affordable housing and nonprofit buildings.

Keep plugged in!

We’re not asking you to use extra energy – instead, we want to keep you connected with the work we’re accomplishing with our community of supporters by signing up for our e-communications. Don’t worry, we will never share, exchange or sell your information across any power grid – we’ll just use it to keep you enlightened about what we’re doing to help low-income Coloradans afford their home energy. If you ever decide you don’t have time for our every-other-month e-newsletter or to read about how we’re improving the lives of struggling Coloradans, you can always unsubscribe. We promise to respect your wishes.

Get Social

See our latest stories, news and announcements on social media! Spread the word and stay connected.

Energy Outreach Colorado
225 East 16th Ave, Suite 200
Denver, CO 80203

Energy Outreach Colorado was established in 1989 as the only non-profit, 501(c)3 in the state that raises funds to help thousands of low-income Coloradans afford home energy and remain warm and safe in their homes.


Written by GEORGIA


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