St. Louis, MO: With an anticipated increase of some home heating sources by more than 25%, Heat-Up St. Louis, a regional, not-for-profit energy assistance charity covering 17 Missouri and Illinois Counties, helping seniors, disabled and needy households with small children stay warm each winter, held its first annual community gala — “The St. Louis Sisters, heating-up St. Louis.” benefit this past weekend. Vocalists Kim Massie and Erin Bode donated their talents, and the Hyatt donated the Faust’s/Pierre’s space, food and beverages, and AmerenUE provided a small grant, so that 100% of all ticket sales will support the efforts of the all-volunteer charity. With only a three-week window, the sold out charitable event raised $50,000, which included a special auction hosted by chair emeritus J. Kim Tucci.
FINAL: Hardee’s 19th Annual Rise & Shine for Heat Benefit for Heatupstlouis.org Hit a Record High of $570,000 – A 90% Increase Over Last Year
With the threat of a winter storm in the St. Louis Metropolitan and with diving temperatures, it didn’t discourage almost 700 hundred volunteers, who served as greeters for the 19th Annual Hardee’s Rise & Shine for Heat Benefit, Friday. It also didn’t stop the generosity of hundreds from purchasing sausage biscuits and egg biscuits for […]
19th Annual Hardee’s Rise & Shine for Heat Benefit Focuses on Illinois & Missouri Qualified Needy Residents Requiring Assistance With Their Delinquent Heating Bills
650 Area Firefighters, Media, Social Service, Business, Political and Civic leaders; and board members of Heatupstlouis.org are preparing to help raise dough and awareness on being without heat as a health and safety issue during the 19th Annual Hardee’s “Rise & Shine for Heat” Benefit. This year’s campaign theme is “Have a Heart…Heat A Home,” […]
Ameren Missouri announces $5 million program for energy assistance to help limited income customers statewide
Funds immediately available to provide customers relief due to prolonged summer heat ST. LOUIS (Aug. 30, 2018) – Ameren Missouri is donating $5 million over the next three years to provide energy assistance and new programs for its limited income customers to address immediate needs and help them keep bills lower over time. In 2018, […]