Matching grant doubles your impact

Matching grant doubles your impact


When the insurance company John worked for suffered a sudden drastic downturn, his annual income plunged to $30,000. Then he went through major surgery and a lengthy recovery. Suddenly he and his wife couldn’t cover the expenses for their home and five children. Energy Outreach Colorado’s energy bill assistance was a lifeline that helped them through the crisis until John found a better-paying position. Donate today to help families like John’s and your gift will go twice as far with our matching gift challenge through May 1.

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Nonprofit Learns Energy Saving Tips through EOC Program

Peggy Hofstra | Apr 26, 2016

One of the benefits of EOC’s Nonprofit Energy Efficiency Program (NEEP) is the learning that is shared among participating nonprofits. For example, Warren Village First Step, a Denver nonprofit ...
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Our Impact

9.29M
Total funding Energy Outreach Colorado distributed across the state for energy bill payment assistance last year.
$1.9M
Total funding EOC invested in energy efficiency upgrades for Colorado nonprofit facilities.  
104,000
Number of low-income Colorado households receiving energy bill payment assistance through EOC’s assistance network, including Colorado’s Low-Income Energy Assistance Program (LEAP).
3,582
Number of Colorado affordable housing apartments weatherized by EOC to reduce energy costs and usage.
1,888
Number of low-income homes receiving  free furnace repair or replacement through the Crisis Prevention Program managed by EOC.
$231M
Has been raised by Energy Outreach Colorado since 1989 for affordable energy programs. - See more at: http://www.energyoutreach.org/about/impact.

Valued Partners

Atmos
Black Hills
Colorado Natura Gas
Empire
IREA
LPEA
Poudre
Sourcegas
Xcel Energy