November 2017

Vermont Fuel Dealers Assn, Keyser Energy team up to help

"Split the Ticket" program delivers oil for people in need
Rep. Peter Welch, D-Vt., dons his fuel-delivery hat Monday as he prepares to deliver 220 gallons of heating oil to the Stone family on Nicole Place in Rutland. Welch teamed up with the Vermont Fuel Dealers Association and Keyser Energy. The Split the Ticket Program raises money from local businesses and organizations to match fuel donations from local dealers.

Rep. Peter Welch, D-Vt., dons his fuel-delivery hat Monday as he prepares to deliver 220 gallons of heating oil to the Stone family on Nicole Place in Rutland. Welch teamed up with the Vermont Fuel Dealers Association and Keyser Energy. The Split the Ticket Program raises money from local businesses and organizations to match fuel donations from local dealers.

 Photo courtesy: Rutland (VT) Online Herald

Vermont’s local heating fuel and service providers are often the first to learn about and respond to a heating emergency in their community. Thanks to Split the Ticket, the fuel donated by these companies are matched with financial contributions from the community.

Founded in 2007, Split the Ticket has delivered tens of thousands of gallons of free heating fuel to help our neighbors in need. This program relies on donations from fuel dealers, local businesses, organizations, and individuals. All financial contributions are matched by donations of fuel, equipment, and service—none are used to administer the program.

You can make a financial contribution here or donate oil or service here.