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November 29
​Neighbors Help Neighbors Stay Warm this Winter with Warmth for Wake

The coldest months of the year are upon us, and Wake County’s most vulnerable residents may not have the resources to heat their homes. The Warmth for Wake program is looking for volunteers and donations to help neighbors stay warm as the temperatures drop.

In partnership with the North Carolina Banking Association, the Wake County Warmth for Wake program encourages people to help by:

Delivering Firewood: The program provides free firewood deliveries to households that can use it to offset their gas or electric heat consumption.

Donating Heaters: The program provides new and gently used heaters to households lacking another heat source.

Warmth for Wake runs from October to March, but the program is reaching its most critical time for volunteer and donation assistance.

Interested volunteers and donors can learn more about Warmth for Wake here.

For more information, contact Denise Kissel at denise.kissel@wakegov.com or 919-212-7083.


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