JACKSON, MICH. - With the giving season kicking into high gear, Consumers Energy is donating to Michigan nonprofits to continue to help those in need.
The energy provider recently upgraded lighting that are projected to help Feeding America West Michigan cut down on their yearly energy costs.
Consumers Energy also provided 75,000 high-efficiency LED bulbs to the food bank, which will distributed to local human service agencies throughout West Michigan.
“We are committed to the Michigan communities we serve,” said Tim Sparks, Consumers Energy’s vice president of energy supply operations in a press release. “Strong nonprofit organizations like Feeding America West Michigan are vital to strong communities, and we are proud to support their mission to help people this winter and throughout the year.”
Consumers Energy also reports they will continue to support their local community by donating $12 million to five other nonprofits. This will help an estimated 30,000 households across the state pay their energy bills this winter.
Visit Consumers Energy website to learn more.
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