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PSNC Energy gives $25,000 for warmth

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RALEIGH, N.C. — To celebrate the 25th anniversary of its effort to provide heat for the elderly and needy, PSNC Energy has donated $25,000 to the Salvation Army.

PSNC Energy created the Salvation Army Heat Care Fund in 1983 and the program since has spent almost $2 million to provide help with energy bills to the poor, elderly and disabled.

The Salvation Army distributes the funds to people in need in each of PSNC’s service territories.

PSNC’s latest donation follows a $60,000 gift in late 2007 and another $20,000 donated to match contributions from its customers.

Customers contribute by adding a specific gift amount to their monthly PSNC bill, or by contributing directly to the Salvation Army Heat Care Fund.

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