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Vermont Fuel Funds

Vermont Fuel Funds

  • The WARMTH Support Program, founded in 1986, uses funds donated by concerned Vermonters to help low-income families pay their energy costs. Administrative costs are funded by participating fuel dealers and utilities. WARMTH funds are available for emergency situations — when a household has exhausted its supply of fuel or faces disconnection of utility services and has not been able to find sufficient help through other channels.
  • The Shareheat Fund is funded by one utility's customers and shareholders who match each dollar donated up to a maximum of $50,000 a year.

LEVERAGING

2010: $596,821
2009: $737,920
2007: $331,921
2006: $490,571
2005: $261,546
2004: $245,488
2003: $227,421
2002: $322,847
2001: $239,897
2000: $229,987
1999: $256,907
1998: $254,187
1997: $307,029
1996: $283,880
1995: $182,866