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St. Louis Police Officers of St. Louis Police Department’s 12th Annual “Summer Cool Down” Luncheon – Not US!
Editor’s Note: Please be advised that the St. Louis Police Department’s 12th annual “Summer Cool Down” Luncheon is not associated with the regional (MO/IL) not-for-profit charity Cooldownstlouis.org, which for the past 15 years continues to encourage seniors and disabled people to use as a primary cooling source – an air-conditioner and not a box fan. Our “Turn On the Air,” and […]
“We are pleased with the appointment of former Missouri State Senator Maida Coleman to the Missouri Public Service Commission. It sends a positive message throughout the state of Missouri by Governor Jay Nixon, considering that the commission recently gave itself a black-eye when the majority voted against all Missouri ratepayers providing a billion-dollar corporation like […]
Gov. Nixon Appoints Ex-Senator Maida Coleman to the Missouri Public Service Commission, A Long-Time Heatupstlouis.org Board Member
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. – Gov. Jay Nixon today announced that he will be appointing former Senator Maida Coleman, of St. Louis, to serve on the Missouri Public Service Commission effective Aug. 10. Coleman, a former state representative and senator, is currently the director of the Missouri Office of Community Engagement (OCE). Former St. Louis City […]
Ameren Missouri Donates 540 ENERGY STAR® Air Conditioners to Cooldownstlouis.org for Distribution throughout Missouri’ Event also Unveils the Save Our Seniors (S.O.S) Project
ST. LOUIS (June 19, 2015) – As part of its annual Air Conditioner Giveaway, Ameren Missouri donated 540 window air conditioners to Cooldownstlouis.org, a regional not-for-profit public education and resource charity, which will distribute them to disabled and elderly Ameren Missouri customers throughout eastern Missouri. This is the 10th year that Ameren Missouri has sponsored […]
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Heatupstlouis.org Encourages MO/IL Area Seniors, Disabled and Low-Income Households To Qualify for $400K In Additional Utility Assistance; Avoid Unsafe Methods of Heating Homes With Space Heaters, Stoves, Hotplates or Bar-B-Q Pits
St. Louis — Heatupstlouis.org, a regional volunteer independent, not-for-profit utility assistance, and advocacy charity covering the greater St. Louis bi-state area in Missouri and Illinois counties, is encouraging those qualified seniors, disabled and low-income people to obtain help this winter, and avoid unsafe method of heating their homes, at the same time, possible disconnections. “Please […]
The bi-state area’s heatupstlouis.org, an all-volunteer, utility assistance, education and advocacy charity recently announced that so far, its annual Missouri and Illinois fundraiser has broken an all-time record. It has raised $280,000 from the generosity of the public who dropped off donations to 650 volunteers, serving as greeters at area Hardee’s restaurants on Friday, February […]