Childhood hunger isn’t purely a consequence of COVID-19, it’s a unique and now related plight, too. During these unusual times and beyond, Sensible Heating & Cooling is proud to continue our partnership with Adam’s County nonprofit, Food for Hope, an organization working diligently to combat the hardship.
Since the inception of our partnership less than two months ago, Sensible customers have generously donated over $500 to Food for Hope. That is enough to supply over 125 emergency food bags to families in need during this unprecedented time. In May, Food for Hope distributed over 5,300 food bags to three school districts in the northern metro Denver area.
If you need a new furnace, A/C or full HVAC system, contact Sensible Heating & Cooling to schedule a free estimate, and we’ll donate $25 to Food for Hope on your behalf. Commit to installing a furnace or A/C with us and the donation increases to $50. Have Sensible install a full HVAC system and we’ll donate $100. When you trust Sensible for your heating and cooling needs, you’re doing much more than simply improving the quality of your home; you’re improving the lives of children in Adam’s County.
About Food for Hope
The Adams County-based children’s charity is on a mission to empower and nourish the future of its community by providing nutritious food to children in need. In 2018, Food for Hope volunteers helped distribute more than 15,000 bags of nutritious food for children and their families. Food for Hope’s goal is to one day help children in every school district in Adams County, as well as help students who may not receive adequate food at home.
About Sensible Heating & Cooling
Sensible Heating & Cooling is Denver’s Premier Heating & Cooling Company, offering a wealth of experience and knowledge in traditional HVAC, as well as alternative systems such as geothermal, heat pumps and boilers. Sensible Heating & Cooling puts the safety of our employees and customers first during this trying time by offering virtual estimates to help with safe social distancing. To learn more about Sensible, visit http://sensibleheat.net/.