Energy Outreach Colorado

Rating: 4.9 stars   29 reviews

Issues: Homeless & Housing, Human Services

Location: 225 E 16th Ave Suite 200 Denver CO 80203 USA

Mission: To help Coloradans afford home energy.
Results: In 2013, Energy Outreach Colorado invested $18.5 million to provide energy bill payments to help 117,600 households; repair the heating systems in 1,180 homes; and provide energy efficiency improvements in 44 nonprofit facilities and 2,655 affordable housing units.
Target demographics: limited-income families, seniors and individuals with special health needs
Direct beneficiaries per year: limited-income households with energy bill payments and emergency furnace repairs; and nonprofits and affordable housing facilities with energy efficiency improvements.
Geographic areas served: Colorado
Programs: energy bill payment assistance, emergency home heating system repair, and energy efficiency improvements for non-profit and affordable housing facilities.
2010 Top-Rated Nonprofit
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Rating: 5 stars  

I played in a charity golf tournament for Energy Outreach Colorado. My company, Bentek Energy, donated to the event. The event was very well organized and ran very smootly. Their cause was explained very well and participants were glad to contribute to Energy Outreach Colorado funds.

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Rating: 5 stars  

Energy Outreach provides great public educational materials, and by partntering with our Colorado utility companies, is able to help them make a difference in our communities.

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People think it is amazing when I tell them that EOC has a program that will help non-profits cut down on their utility bills--all for free. For agencies that need more resources to help their low-income clients, they, too, are amazed to learn that there is an organization that can help them with significant funding.

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Have EOC take on even more public education campaigns.

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