Project Warmth kicks off keeping Long Islanders warm

By Wendy Ladd

In a joint event National Grid, National Grid Foundation, United Way and community partners kicked off Project Warmth for the winter heating season. The company and foundation contributed to the fund to help Long Islanders who need immediate assistance pay their heating bills, no matter what fuel they are on. It’s a program the Company is involved with every year to make sure every family stays warm throughout the winter.

Project Warmth Day was held at the Rosa Parks Hempstead Transit Center/NICE Bus where National Grid Foundation President Ed White and partners educated commuters on the services that are available and how they can access the emergency fuel fund.

For assistance from Project Warmth, contact United Way of Long Island’s 2-1-1 or visit their website at www.211longisland.org.

Related information:

Media Coverage: https://www.unitedwayli.org/project-warmth-day-news-coverage

Facebook live post at https://www.facebook.com/UnitedWayofLongIsland/.

You Tube: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9fTKdY8y1fo

Read the full press release here: https://www.unitedwayli.org/united-way-long-island-stops-rosa-parks-hempstead-transit-center-project-warmth-day

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