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Warm Your Heart

Posted by: Greater Oklahoma City Chamber on Tuesday, December 3, 2013 at 12:00:00 am

There’s a cold front headed this way and while you may get a little chilled, we have a few ways to warm your heart this holiday season.

Warmth for Winter
It can get cold here in OKC, but not everyone has a coat to keep them bundled up. The annual Brad Edwards Warmth 4 Winter coat drive will kick off next week, Dec. 12, and is a great way to clear those forgotten coats out your closet while also helping fellow Oklahomans.

Share the Warmth
If you’re an Oklahoma Natural Gas customer, there’s a really easy and awesome way to help out neighbors across our state this season. Their “Share the Warmth” program lets you add any amount to your monthly natural gas bill to help seniors, individuals with disabilities and others in need who cannot cover their home heating expenses.

Give the Gift of Light
None of us look forward to paying our monthly electric bills, but we know they’re just a part of life. Some Oklahomans struggle more than others to figure out where that fits into a budget. With OG&E’s Gift of Light program, you can give the, well, “gift of light” to a family member, friend or your favorite charity or organization. You can also use their “Lend-A-Hand” program to add a few dollars to your monthly bill. The amount added will be forwarded to The Salvation Army which distributes the money to individuals in need.

$1 Million Match
We know that you enjoy that delicious holiday goose (or whatever your holiday meal tradition might be), but with more than 675,000 Oklahomans waking up hungry each day, it’s a great time to remember to help those in need. To help fight hunger in Oklahoma, Chesapeake Energy Corporation and Carità Famiglia, LLC are teaming up to match every dollar donated to the Regional Food Bank of Oklahoma between now and Jan. 15.

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