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    Team Connecticut is the winners of the 2013 Oil Heat Cares Cup
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    Helping a veteran and his family get into a brand new home makes everyone feel good. The project spearheaded by Bob O’Brien and worked in partnership with the L.I. Home Builders Care. Click here to read more about the featured project.
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    Warthen Fuel had a 40-year widowed customer who relied on Social Security. Glen Robinson reached out to fellow members and Parker Fuel and Griffith Energy stepped up to the plate by supplying technicians.
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    Mrs. Griswold of Patterson, NY and her 5-year old had no heat this past winter, limited funds and matters were worse having a husband away on active duty so members of the chapter got together and replaced her furnace.
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    Jason Kohm, Northeast sales manager at Delavan, organized his first OHC project for a family friend, Karen Gallagher and her young daughter. This single mom and cancer survivor needed help – she had no hot water and no way to pay for a new system.

Welcome to Oil Heat Cares

Oil Heat Cares is a Not-for-Profit Foundation that assists needy persons and organizations with the replacement of their oil heating appliance. Funds are raised to purchase heating equipment and OESP (The National Association of Oil and Energy Service Professionals) Chapters, Members and other Oil Heat partners identify those within their neighborhoods that need a temporary helping hand and install the heating equipment at no cost to the homeowner.

It’s easy to get involved with Oil Heat Cares (OHC). You can make a tax deductible donation (OESP is a 501C3 Tax Deductible Foundation) by clicking the “Make A Donation” button above or by writing a check to Oil Heat Cares. You can donate your time and talent by identifying a project for a customer or neighbor in need, by donating equipment or supplies, or by participating in an OHC fundraiser.