Give Coloradans a Safer Choice

Hard times can happen to anyone.

Caring Coloradans like you make all the difference!

Soon after Michelle gave birth to daughter Lucy, things started falling apart. After two years of inconclusive tests, MIchelle was diagnosed with a brain tumor. Fortunately, her surgery was successful but she was hospitalized for four weeks. Then she had to re-learn how to walk, write and read. She was left with a $700 energy bill and no way to pay it.

With the help of friends like you, Michelle and Lucy were able to stay warm and safe in their home when they needed it most.

Would you give a gift to help others like Michelle?

 

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Energy assistance helps young couple survive medical challenges

Peggy Hofstra | Dec 09, 2016

An unusual string of severe medical challenges put a young Littleton couple in a financial straightjacket. Energy Outreach Colorado helped release them. Kari and Jake -- both in their late 20s ...
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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