The Salvation Army and Consumers Energy Team Up to Help Michigan Families Stay Warm

Mar 3, 2015

Thousands of Michigan residents reaching out to The Salvation Army will stay warm this winter with statewide energy bill assistance funded by the non-profit organization and Consumers Energy. Consumers Energy recently announced its $1.6 million contribution to The Salvation Army in Grand Rapids. Additional financial support from The Salvation Army will mean $4.5 million in energy bill assistance for customers this winter. 

The announcement is part of $9 million in total contributions Consumers Energy has made statewide this winter to assist Michigan residents. Consumers Energy is providing $4 million to four nonprofit organizations that work directly with people who need help managing their bills.

Thank you Consumers Energy!


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