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Give The Gift Of Warmth

 

 

Give The Gift of Warmth

WGL and Washington Gas Team with Local Media to Help Support WAFF

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Washington Gas, WTOP, The Washington Post, and The Salvation Army are joining together to raise money for the Washington Area Fuel Fund, which helps to pay the heating bills of those in need.

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Washington’s news, traffic and weather source, WTOP and WTOP.com, are proud to support Washington Gas and the Washington Area Fuel Fund in serving the Washington metro area.

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The Washington Post and our readers are proud to support Washington Gas and The Washington Area Fuel Fund

Getting Assistance

If you need help, please read visit the Getting Assistance page to understand the qualifications for WAFF assistance, and what your next steps might be.

Donating

The Washington Area Fuel Fund (WAFF) is administered by The Salvation Army, which is registered with the IRS as a tax-exempt 501(c)(3) organization. The tax ID number is #58-0660607. All contributions to WAFF are tax-deductible to the extent allowed by the law. For those who wish to make a tax-deductible contribution to WAFF, view our Donations page. It provides several convenient ways to give, including online donations.

The Need Is Great

Please remember that just a little help goes a long way for a neighbor in need.

Donor Insight

"I help because I can. I am fortunate enough to be in a position to support others in financial need. I am a firm believer that you don’t have to experience something to understand how it can affect an individual or family. All you have to do is put yourself in their place, and it doesn’t take long.

The need for the type of assistance provided by the Washington Area Fuel Fund continues to grow. The conditions of many elderly individuals who were struggling before the economic downturn appear to be worse. When I see this, I have to respond."

- George Jensen