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United Way kicks off 'Winter Assistance Fund'

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Posted at 2:03 PM, Jan 14, 2019

INDIANAPOLIS — The United Way of Central Indiana is kicking off its Winter Assistance Fund to assist individuals and families who do not qualify for the state's low-income energy assistance program for utility bill assistance during the winter months.

Last year, the Winter Assistance Fund raised almost $250,000 and provided gas and electric utility assistance to 710 households comprised of 1,304 individuals, the United Way said in a news release.

"Access to basic needs and the well-being of our community's individuals and their families remains a top priority for United Way," Mary Jones, community impact director at United Way, said in a statement. "Through the Winter Assistance Fund, we are able to ensure more people can feel safe and warm during the cold winter months."

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Select locations are now accepting applications for the Winter Assistance Fund. Interested individuals may dial 2-1-1 to find out where you can make an appointment.

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