Husband, wife and son

husband, wife and son

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TESTIMONIALS

KWW/CF Funds Reach out to all Wisconsin Communities

As a result of the generosity of Wisconsinites, more than $30 million has been provided to over 90,000 at risk households facing the potential of a life threatening emergency situation. Allocations statewide have increased as our generous donor base has continued to grow. Thank you for making a difference!

 

“I want to thank… Energy Services for making it possible…for me to receive a new furnace, which I so badly needed… It’s like winning the lottery!”


— A Wisconsin resident in need

 

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“Thank your for… a brand new furnace this past Fall. What a tremendous blessing! And great timing, too — just as the weather turned real cold... I’m very thankful for these programs to help us out when we struggle to keep ahead of the bills.”


— A Wisconsin family in need

 

 

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“I want to thank Energy Services for helping me get a new furnace. Howell Heating… did a super job. I am 53 years old, disabled… it would have been very hard for me to move, and I can’t get any loans because of being on Social Security and S.S.I. I really appreciate the help and hope that someday I can help out someone.”


— A Wisconsin resident in need

 

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“Thank you for helping me and my children this past winter. The furnace works great. I don’t know what I would have done without your help.”


— A Wisconsin family in need

 

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“I received your letter today about depositing $250 in Power & Light Co. for me. My son was just in intensive care...the hospital bill was $4,000… So your kindness is such a boost. We have always been a hardworking family, but this illness was really unforeseen. Thank you again. I have never been behind on a bill. Now I’m way ahead.”


— A Wisconsin family in need