Energy Assistance Funding Cut

Energy Assistance Funding Cut

You are our best hope.

With little notice, we’ve been told EOC will have $1.3 million less in state funds to work with this year -- $1.3 million less to help struggling Coloradans stay warm during the harsh winter months. It’s a situation we’ve not faced in 27 years, and it may be dire for the seniors and families who so desperately need our help to pay their energy bills.

You are our best hope for bridging this funding gap so no one is left in the cold.

Please make your fiscal year-end gift to Energy Outreach Colorado by September 30 and help us provide warmth, relief and precious hope to those who need it most.

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EOC Energizing Low-Income Families and Communities

Peggy Hofstra | Aug 13, 2016

Energy Outreach Colorado's work on behalf of low-income energy consumers helps thousands of individuals and families, including residents of affordable housing communities, and dedicated non-profits ...
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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
Xcel Energy