Helping Our Neighbors Beat the Summer Heat
For more than 20 years, TXU Energy has teamed up with United Way of Abilene to provide relief for the most vulnerable. Summer in Texas often causes additional financial stress for many of our neighbors.
The fan donation is part of TXU Energy’s signature Beat the Heat program, which partners with community service organizations across the state to help Texans stay cool in the summer and to promote heat safety awareness and energy conservation. Since it began more than 20 years ago, the program has reached thousands of Texans, encouraging them to keep cool and stay safe.
United Way of Abilene collects fans and then distributes them to partner agencies who work with the most vulnerable populations. From there, the fans will be distributed to families through United Way’s Basic Needs Network, a collaboration of non-profit organizations serving West Central Texans.
Anyone needing a fan is encouraged to contact 211.
2INgage Courtesy Program
2INgage Kinship Program
Abilene Absolute Recovery Solutions, OTP
Abilene Housing Authority
Abilene-Taylor County WIC Program
APS Partners Inc
Betty Hardwick Center
Big Country AIDS Resources
Boots on the Ground Ministry- Beltway
Christian Service Center of Abilene, Inc.
City Light Community Ministries
Foster Grandparent Program
Fresenius Kidney Care
Presbyterian Food Pantry
West Texas Homeless Network
Click here to download the Beat the heat flyer.
TXU Energy Customer Relief
TXU Energy continues to provide bill-payment assistance to customers in need through its TXU Energy AidSM program. For over 35 years, these funds, donated by employees, customers, and the company, have been distributed by TXU Energy Aid partner agencies. For information on which social service agencies are providing assistance, Texans should call 211 or visit 211Texas.org and type “electricity bill assistance” in the search box.