Our Mission

Energy Outreach Colorado is the only independent non-profit in the state raising money to help provide home energy assistance to low-income Coloradans.

Energy Outreach is one of Worth Magazine’s "10 Most Fiscally Responsible Non-Profit Organizations."

 
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Our Impact

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Million has been raised by Energy Outreach since 1989 for affordable energy programs.

118,000 118,000

Low-income households received EOC funding to help pay their heating bills.

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Community assistance organizations partner with Energy Outreach to provide heating bill assistance, including Colorado’s Low-Income Energy Assistance Program (LEAP).

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Is the average energy assistance amount that was credited to the energy utility bill of each qualifying low-income household.

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Non-profit facilities have been weatherized to lower their energy costs since 2006 through our Non-Profit Energy Efficiency Program.

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Affordable housing apartments have been weatherized to lower their energy costs through our Affordable Housing Energy Efficiency Program since 1997.

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Colorado businesses have been subcontracted by EOC to provide weatherization services through our energy efficiency programs.

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Energy companies providing natural gas, electricity, propane and wood fuel in Colorado are able to keep costs lower for their customers because EOC heating bill assistance lowers their write-offs.

Thursday, October 16, 2014 Energy Outreach Colorado is hosting FREE public screenings of the Emmy-nominated documentary, “American Winter,” at 4 p.m. and 6 p.m. on Thursday, Oct. 30 at Regis University in Denver. The film follows the stories of several American families who were impacted by budget cuts to social services, a shrinking middle class, and the worst economic crisis since the Great Depression. It was directed by Emmy award-winning filmmakers Joe and Harry Gantz (Taxicab Confessions, The Defenders). The screenings are open to the public and will be held at Regis’ Claver Hall. A reception with refreshments and prizes will be held between screenings from 5 p.m. to 6 p.m. Each screening will be followed by a panel discussions with Guest Speakers Harry Gantz, Co-Director of American Winter |  Jennifer Gremmert, Deputy Director of Energy Outreach Colorado | Monique Lovato, Executive Director, National Energy and Utility Affordability Coalition | Lauren McClanahan, Program Services Manager, Office of Family and Community Engagement, Denver Public Schools & Alex Monk, WIA Program Manager Denver Public Schools | Fermin Avila, Mile High United Way, 2-1-1 Operations Manager. Learn more and RSVP  

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