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Warmth for Wake: Local group keeps homes heated this winter

Posted November 7, 2019 7:36 a.m. EST

— Winter is still more than a month away, but we all know temperatures can get brutally cold overnight.

That's where Warmth for Wake, a local program with a goal to help everyone stay warm, comes in.

Warmth for Wake provides firewood and space heaters for low income residents in Wake County.

Organizers said, when it comes to heating homes in the bitterness of winter, warmth becomes more about safety than about comfort.

Donate or volunteer

Warmth for Wake is always looking for volunteers to donate, chop and deliver firewood.

Firewood donations are limited and must be delivered to the City of Raleigh Yard Waste Center. Donors must contact Warmth for Wake prior to delivery in order to receive a permission slip.

The in-kind donation of chain saws, axes, mauls, hydraulic splitters and wheelbarrows is also accepted along with monetary contributions. Call 919-212-7083 or 919-212-7084 to donate or volunteer.

Checks can be made payable to "Warmth for Wake" and mailed to:

Warmth for Wake
P.O. Box 46833
Raleigh, NC 27620-6833

Get help

Wake County residents who need assistance with heating their home can contact 919-212-7000 for information about how to apply for financial assistance.

Warmth for Wake: Local group keeps homes heated this winter

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