CES continues donating to the Sullivan County SPCA
2020 has been a difficult year for everyone, especially non-profits. With less money to go around it’s so important that companies continue their charitable contributions as best they can. Combined Energy Services is proud to be able to continue its tradition of donating to the Sullivan County SPCA.
This year’s $4,000 fuel donation will help keep all the fur babies at the shelter warm and alleviate the unnecessary worry of heating fuel bills. Shelter manager Debbie with a few of the many adoptable pets accepts the donation from delivery driver Lee, who happens to drive the Sullivan County SPCA labeled home heating oil truck.
The Sullivan County SPCA is a local non for profit organization which is not affiliated with any national or governmental organizations. The mission of the shelter is to rescue and find forever homes for abandoned dogs and cats. Please keep the Sullivan County SPCA in mind during this season of giving!” They are currently in the process of fund-raising to help build new dog kennels. Check out their website: http://www.sullivanspca.org/ and please make a donation.
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Catskill Animal Rescue Benefits
When a vehicle no longer serves our purposes, rather than trade it in, we donate it. You see our vehicles are well maintained by our staff and while they may have higher mileage, they still have a lot of life left.
If you’ve followed the Combined Energy Services’ family for any amount of time, you know that we love animals of all kinds and try to help as many of the people and organizations who take care of them as possible.
We recently donated a service van to the Catskill Animal Rescue, Inc. CARE is a non-profit Animal rescue based out of Sullivan County NY that is dedicated to rescuing, rehabilitating, and finding abused, homeless and abandoned animals forever homes. They also are motivated to educating the public about proper animal care and training.
Pictured receiving the van keys are (L to R) Les Kristt, Joanne Gerow, Mike Taylor & Ron Lindholm. CARE was a previous recipient of a van donation. Unfortunately, the catalytic converter was stolen and then a month later the van was totaled in an accident. This van will really help them out significantly and comes at the perfect time.
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Pike County Humane Society Benefits from a Heating Oil Donation
This year has been a tough year on countless non-profits. Many funding raising events had to be canceled or re-worked, leaving a large number of organizations in financial hardship.
Combined Energy Services tries to do its part by supporting the organizations that care for animals. Over the years, we have donated heating oil and retired service vehicles to the Pike County Humane Society (PCHS). This year is no different. We are please to donate $3,000 in fuel oil.
The symbolic check for $3,000 was presented to Executive Director Barry Heim by the CES Dingmans crew – Dan, Jim, Marla, Tracy, Ed & Chris stand in front of our oil delivery truck with two pups. The camera shy German Sheppard is available for adoption.
The PCHS provides shelter, food, care and medical treament for lost, abandoned, abused and unwanted animals. They also prevent cruelty to animals by educating people in the humane treatment of all animals and teaching about the responsibility of pet ownership.
There are many ways you can give to the Pike County Humane Society. Donate a special skill! They have tons of ongoing projects and programs that can use volunteers. When you go shopping pick up supplies from their wish list or when using Amazon Smile, select the Pike County Humane Society as your chosen charity. Please consider donating to this worthwhile cause.
Combined Energy Services Monticello office is an annual drop off location for the Hudson Valley Toys for Tots. In 2019 the Hudson Valley Toys for Tots, under the supervision of Sgt. George Matthews, distributed 82,005 toys and supported 39,864 children.
Marine Toys for Tots Foundation, an IRS recognized 501(c)(3) not-for-profit public charity is the fund raising, funding and support organization for the U. S. Marine Corps Reserve Toys for Tots Program. The Foundation was created at the behest of the U. S. Marine Corps and provides support in accordance with a Memorandum of Understanding with the Commander, Marine Forces Reserve, who directs the U. S. Marine Corps Reserve Toys for Tots Program. The Foundation has supported Toys for Tots since 1991. The primary mission of this year’s Toys for Tots local campaign program is to fill the toy requests for local non-profit organizations such as your local church or youth organization.
COVID-19 has put financial stress on a large number of families in our area. The need will be greater this year. Your donation of a new, unwrapped toy may be the only gift a child receives this holiday season. Please stop by our 216 East Broadway Monticello location with your donation. Thank you!
Virtual Event – August 2020
As many of you know, Combined Energy Services has been a proud sponsor of the Allyson Whitney 5k for the last 9 years. Unfortunately, the event was cancelled in May, but Barbara and her team are very creative. They are sponsoring the Hope is Not Cancelled Virtual Event from August 5th to 29th. A participant can walk or run a traditional 5k, run eating ice cream, walk while bouncing a ball, ride a bike or do it your way (which can be anything). @allyson4rare #awf4hope
The Allyson Whitney Foundation is a nonprofit organization the primarily provides young adult cancer patients with “Life Interrupted Grants™” to ease their financial burden so that they can concentrate their energy on healing. The work of the Allyson Whitney Foundation is to continue Ally’s wishes and her aspiration to show that cancer can happen at any moment, to anyone. Learn more about their work here.
Several CES employees participated in the event and on August 13 Barbara and Melissa stopped by for a Facebook Live event and check presentation. The Facebook Live recording can be found here. Find out more about the Hope is Not Cancelled Virtual Event here.