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Volunteers answer phones during WWJ's Winter Survival Radiothon for The Heat And Warmth Fund. (By Edward Cardenas)

Metro Detroit Comes Together To Support The Heat And Warmth Fund (VIDEO)

More than $1.2 million was raised in February for The Heat And Warmth Fund (THAW), and donations are still being accepted.

03/03/2015

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The Heat And Warmth Fundraiser Nets Over $1.1 Million

The Heat And Warmth fundraiser totaled $1,135,000 during the on air portion of the fundraiser and an online auction continues through Monday, February 9 at 6 p.m.

WWJ Newsradio 950–02/09/2015

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New Furnace Brings Warmth, Comfort To Farmington Hills Senior

Her heating problems became so severe that at one point it caused the pipes in her home to freeze then burst.

WWJ Newsradio 950–02/03/2015

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THAW Celebrity Coneys For A Cause, 2/5/15

Join WWJ for the 4th annual Celebrity Coneys for a Cause at American Coney Island on Wednesday, February 4th, 11:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m.

01/08/2015

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Fund Set Up To Help Distressed Pay Water, Other Utility Bills

After a summer of shut-offs, the Detroit Water Fund was set-up with the intention of helping Detroiters pay off those bills

WWJ Newsradio 950–01/06/2015

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Street Beat on the Upcoming Radiothon

CEO Saunteel Jenkins and WWJ Newsradio 950’s Marie Osborne talk to Street Beat Host Rob Stone about THAW and the upcoming WWJ Winter Survival Radiothon. Watch the video segment here.

WWJ Newsradio 950–12/21/2014

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Radiothon May Be Over But Fundraising Still Active For THAW

Ken McClure says with the extreme cold weather this winter, Kroger felt compelled to help out in way to help keep people warm this season.

WWJ Newsradio 950–02/09/2014

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Stoney And Bill Sing For The WWJ Radiothon For THAW

Stoney, Bill stopped by the WWJ Radiothon For THAW to encourage listeners to call in to make a donation with a rousing ballad. The Plastic Oh No Band graced the volunteers with a tune about helping our fellow Detroiters pay their heat bills.

02/07/2014

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In The Spotlight: Your Warm Heart Can Warm A Home

For thousands of Michigan families, even their own home cannot protect them from the harshness of a Michigan winter. As temperatures drop, the cost to heat a home increases and, for many Michigan residents, energy is simply unaffordable. Soon many of our state’s most vulnerable citizens will be forced to make tough choices between heating their homes, paying their rent or mortgage, and taking care of other critical needs, such as buying food or medicine.

The Heat and Warmth Fund (THAW) has been providing energy assistance to Michigan residents in need since 1985. THAW works with 82 partner agencies across the state to deliver energy assistance for gas, electric and deliverable fuels such as wood and propane. In addition to providing emergency energy relief, THAW is developing prevention-based tools and programs to help at-risk families before they have to suffer the devastating effects of shut off.

Last year, THAW distributed more than $14 million in energy assistance to 15,000 Michigan households. More than 70% of those households had a child or senior in the home. The young and the elderly are especially vulnerable to the cold. More than 20,000 Michigan children lived in a household that received THAW assistance last year and 7,000 of those children were between newborn to preschool age.

Help us keep vulnerable residents safe and warm this winter by making a donation to THAW today. Thanks to your support a single mom will be able to provide warm meals for her children, a senior citizen won’t have to choose between medication or heat, a child will have light to do homework by and a family can feel safe and warm in their own home.

Every dollar you donate makes an immediate impact on the lives of those facing a winter without heat and lights. There are many ways you can support THAW. Together we can make a difference.

Online: http://www.thawfund.org/support-our-work
Phone: 1-800-866-THAW
Mail: Department Number 77650, PO Box 77000, Detroit, MI 48227

If you are in need of assistance, call THAW’s toll-free number 1-800-866-8429 or visit http://www.thawfind.org to find the agency nearest you.

ITC supports THAW and has sponsored this message.

WWJ Newsradio 950–10/16/2013

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