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Did you know…
That Connect2Help’s 2-1-1 referral line received more than 9,000 calls for energy assistance last year?
No one should have to endure the winter without heat or electricity
United Way of Central Indiana’s Winter Assistance Fund helps those who:
- Are not able to pay their heating bills during the winter months, and
- Are not eligible for government energy assistance programs.
Formerly known as the Angel Fund, the Winter Assistance Fund began in 1983 in collaboration with the Indianapolis mayor’s office. The program for Marion County residents runs from January through May, and helps those who can’t afford heat and electricity, yet don’t qualify for the government’s Low Income Energy Assistance Program.
The Winter Assistance Fund helps ensure that those who need energy assistance the most have warm homes during the coldest months of the year.
If you or a loved one needs energy assistance, please dial Connect2Help’s 2-1-1 referral line – 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Connect2Help is a United Way agency.
James Proctor Fund for Aged Men and Women,
a fund of CICF