Local Merchant Is “Heating Up The Community” and She Wants To See Your Charity Receipts

Mitchels Chimney is asking community residents to bring their holiday charity receipts & get $300.00 off a new alternative heating appliance. For every 10 appliances sold Mitchels will give away one awat to a FFX County or PWC resident in need
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Woodbridge - Virginia - US

Dec. 23, 2011 - PRLog -- WOODBRIDGE, VA DECEMBER 23, 2011:  while we keep seeing reports that the economy is improving and houses are starting to sell, there are still many of our neighbors that are struggling without any heat at all or unsafe heating systems.  Meanwhile the President has recommended cutting LIHEAPS budget from $5.1 billion
to $2.57 billion in FY2012.  Elderly on fixed incomes can’t afford their heating oil or can’t afford repairs and as a result are running unsafe heating systems.  With the stress of lost jobs and homes, domestic violence and child neglect are up.  

From January 1, 2012 through March 15, 2012, Mitchel's Chimney & Masonry Spec. Inc inviting residents of Fairfax and Prince William Counties to bring in their holiday charity receipts to receive $300.00 off a new fireplace, wood, pellet or gas stove or insert. (gas log sets not included).  

In addition to stretching jngy your holiday donation and receiving a discount on a new alternative heating appliance; for every 10 stoves sold though this campaign Mitchel's Chimney & Masonry Spec. Inc will donate one new alternative heating appliance to someone in need.  

Mitchel's Chimney & Masonry Spec. Inc is waging a campaign to bring awareness to the on going housing, abuse and heating problems that are in our own backyard by starting “Heating up the Community” Heating up the community is a website www.heatingupthecommunity.com that’s purpose is to give local charities a venue where they can post their news, events and logs, and we will offer many promotions there where the goal is to bring safe alternative heating into a needy home one home at a time.  

For residents that are in need of a safe heating appliance and would like to be considered for the new appliance if the goals are reached they can send in their hardship letters directly to info@heatingupthecommunity.com or send by regular mail to the address below
Source:Christine Mitchel
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