Earlier today, we learned that the St. Louis Fire Department talked about the importance of un-attended space heaters, on social media related to a previous City fire(s). This is a regional (MO/IL) problem. Heatupstlouis.org is opposed to the use of space heaters, as a primary heating source, let alone leaving them unattended. Wintertime has the highest incidents of fires in the U.S. in part due to unsafe methods of trying to stay warm each winter. We want area needy households, seniors and the disabled to obtain utility assistance help, to get reconnected ASAP to their primary, proven, and safe home heating source. The public can contact us at Heatupstlouis.org, through their cell or telephone lines.
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, […]
The National Weather Service in St. Louis has issued an Excessive Heat Warning, which is in effect until 7 p.m. CDT Tuesday, August 28. Dangerous levels of heat and humidity are expected to continue during the afternoon hours each day of the warning resulting in heat index values peaking between 103 and 107 degrees each […]
Ameren Missouri Donates 500 ENERGY STAR® Air Conditioners and $200,000 to Cooldownstlouis.org for Distribution throughout Missouri; Public Encouraged to Donate New or Slightly Used Air Conditioners at Vatterott Cooldownstlouis.org also unveils the Save Our Seniors Project
ST. LOUIS (June 1, 2018) – To help keep seniors, the physically disabled and low-income families safer from the heat this spring and summer, Ameren Missouri donated today 500 window air conditioners to Cooldownstlouis.org, a regional not-for-profit public education and resource charity, and several other entities, which will distribute them to physically disabled and elderly […]