Each winter in Michigan, the question we all ask ourselves is: How cold will it get this year? For most of us, colder weather means we may decide to wear that fluffy wool sweater, turn up the thermostat and make a pot of soup. But for many of our friends and neighbors, cold weather begs a much more urgent question: How will I afford to keep my heat turned on?
At Consumers Energy, we’re committed to a purpose of World Class Performance Delivering Hometown Service – and we take that commitment seriously. For the seventh year in a row, we are working with Community Action Agencies statewide to raise funds and awareness for heating and energy assistance. To learn more or sign up for a walk in your community, visit ConsumersEnergy.com/walk.
Each day a Walk for Warmth occurs, we’ll be flying the Consumers Energy “Caring for Communities” flag at our corporate headquarters in Jackson, Mich. to raise awareness.
This is the first post in our new monthly series – There’s Purpose in the Flags We Fly. As we continue to focus on World Class Performance Delivering Hometown Service, we are flying flags that reflect our values and celebrate the rich history and diversity of our state, our co-workers and the customers we serve.