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Energy assistance sign-up on Oct. 10 open to the public

Added on Monday, October 9, 2017

Written by Julie Borgen, Twin Cities Media Relations Director for The Salvation Army Northern Division

Roseville, Minn. – With the cold weather season knocking on our door, people in need of energy assistance are invited to come to the Central Ave. Salvation Army in NE Minneapolis (2727 Central Ave. NE) on Tuesday, Oct. 10 from 3–7 p.m.

Representatives from Community Action Partnership of Hennepin County, Xcel Energy and CenterPoint Energy will be on hand to help low-income people sign up for energy assistance.

Participants must bring copies of their gas and electric bills, and proof of income.

This free event is open to the public, with no appointment needed.

Learn more about The Salvation Army’s HeatShare program.

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Since 1886 the Twin Cities Salvation Army has been a safety net for thousands of people, providing food, housing, financial assistance and more, without discrimination. Each year we serve 187,000 people in the metro area, providing food for 1,300 meals daily and sheltering nearly 900 every night. The Salvation Army relies on 20,500 volunteers who give 160,000 hours of service annually. Please join The Salvation Army by volunteering or making a donation to support your local community.