DENVER, June 8, 2016 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- Energy Outreach Colorado's ongoing work to support affordable home energy for Coloradans has earned it an impressive place as Colorado and the West's only nonprofit on Charity Navigator's list of "10 Charities with the Most Consecutive 4-Star Ratings."
Charity Navigator, an independent evaluator of thousands of American charities, ranked Energy Outreach Colorado (EOC) third in its list recognizing non-profit organizations for ongoing fiscal excellence and being "well-positioned to pursue and achieve long-term change." EOC has received 14 consecutive 4-star ratings from the organization for implementing comprehensive programs to support equitable energy policies and help limited-income households afford home energy bills, conserve energy and have increased access to affordable housing.
"Ensuring that families and seniors across all income-levels can afford energy for their homes is a complex and critical mission and we're dedicated to continuously finding better ways to achieve this," said Skip Arnold, EOC's executive director.
About Energy Outreach Colorado
Energy Outreach Colorado raises funds to help low-income Coloradans afford home energy and remain warm and safe in their homes. Established in 1989, Energy Outreach works with partner assistance organizations, vendors and subcontractors across the state to provide energy bill payment assistance, emergency home furnace repair, weatherization services, energy efficiency grants for affordable housing and nonprofit facilities, energy education, and advocacy on behalf of low-income energy consumers.
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SOURCE Energy Outreach Colorado