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Eunice Food Bank participates in 20th Annual Cleco Fan Drive to help elderly

Eunice Food Bank participates in 20th Annual Cleco Fan Drive to help elderly, Annual Fan Drive which helps elderly customers stay cool and lower their energy usage during the hot summer months. “The fan drive is important to us because fans help our elderly customers keep, in a home, and raising the thermostat to 78 degrees and using a fan can help the air temperature feel, to the elderly by appointment last week. To request a fan, seniors should contact the agency in their area and make an appointment. To receive a fan, seniors must be a Cleco customer and 60-years of age or older

https://www.cleco.com/media/press-releases/detail/2020/07/13/eunice-food-bank-participates-in-20th-annual-cleco-fan-drive-to-help-elderly

Red River Council on Aging participates in 20th Annual Cleco Fan Drive to help elderly

Red River Council on Aging participates in 20th Annual Cleco Fan Drive to help elderly, fans donated by Cleco during the company’s 20th Annual Fan Drive which helps elderly customers stay cool and lower their energy usage during the hot summer months. “The fan drive is important to us, and using a fan can help the air temperature feel 10 degrees cooler and help reduce energy usage, by appointment only beginning July 6. To request a fan, seniors should contact the agency in their area and make an appointment. To receive a fan, seniors must be a Cleco customer and 60-years

https://www.cleco.com/media/press-releases/detail/2020/07/02/red-river-council-on-aging-participates-in-20th-annual-cleco-fan-drive-to-help-elderly

St. Landry Council on Aging participates in 20th Annual Cleco Fan Drive to help elderly

St. Landry Council on Aging participates in 20th Annual Cleco Fan Drive to help elderly, Annual Fan Drive which helps elderly customers stay cool and lower their energy usage during the hot summer months. “The fan drive is important to us because fans help our elderly customers keep, in a home, and raising the thermostat to 78 degrees and using a fan can help the air temperature feel 10, . To request a fan, seniors should contact the agency in their area and make an appointment. To receive a fan

https://www.cleco.com/media/press-releases/detail/2020/07/03/st.-landry-council-on-aging-participates-in-20th-annual-cleco-fan-drive-to-help-elderly

Cleco fan drive raises over 400 fans and $400 to help the elderly this summer

Cleco fan drive raises over 400 fans and $400 to help the elderly this summer, PINEVILLE, La. – July 9, 2020 – Last week, Cleco’s 20th Annual Fan Drive wrapped up with over 400, fan drive utilizing new safety protocols due to the COVID-19 pandemic, and we believe our efforts, by appointment on July 6. To request a fan, seniors should contact one of the agencies below and make an appointment. To receive a fan, seniors must be a Cleco customer and 60-years of age or older, 985-732-6868 In addition to using a fan to help the air temperature feel 10 degrees cooler

https://www.cleco.com/media/press-releases/detail/2020/07/09/cleco-fan-drive-raises-over-400-fans-and-$400-to-help-the-elderly-this-summer

Cleco kicks off 18th Annual Fan Drive

Cleco kicks off 18th Annual Fan Drive, to 78 degrees and using a fan can help the air temperature feel 10 degrees cooler and help reduce energy, are cooler Those wishing to donate a new fan can drop it off at any Cleco customer service, service territory should contact a participating agency to request a fan. The agencies to receive fan donations include: Acadia Council on Aging Natchitoches Council on Aging

https://www.cleco.com/media/press-releases/detail/2018/05/18/cleco-kicks-off-18th-annual-fan-drive

Cleco collects fans to help during the summer heat

electric bills. Cleco is kicking off its annual fan drive to help customers learn ways to better, . “Each year, our employees look forward to the fan drive and the opportunity to help those in need,” said, interested in supporting the fan drive, can donate a boxed fan by bringing it to any Cleco customer service, conditioning or the means to run their units all summer,” said Turner. “The fan drive is a way for Cleco, conservation. For instance, using a fan can make the air feel 10 degrees cooler. It also takes

https://www.cleco.com/media/press-releases/detail/2015/05/06/cleco-collects-fans-to-help-during-the-summer-heat

Cleco donates over 300 fans to help the elderly stay cool and reduce energy usage

PINEVILLE, La. – (NOTE: The 2019 Fan Drive has concluded.) Cleco donated over 300 fans to councils on aging and other agencies across the state from its 19th Annual Fan Drive to help elderly customers stay cool this summer and reduce their energy usage. Cleco kicked off the drive May 20, service territory. Seniors wishing to request a fan should contact a participating agency, . Use a fan. It can make the air temperature feel 10 degrees cooler, and remember to turn off

https://www.cleco.com/media/press-releases/detail/2019/06/11/cleco-donates-over-300-fans-to-help-the-elderly-stay-cool-and-reduce-energy-usage

Cleco donates 440 fans to help the elderly stay cool and save money

fans to the elderly across Louisiana. “The importance of the Cleco Fan Drive is two-fold,” said, the Energy Depot, visit www.cleco.com. “For 17 years, the annual Cleco Fan Drive has raised funds, the largest energy users in a home, raising the thermostat and using a fan can help the air temperature feel, to give nearly 450 fans to the 22 participating agencies across the state.” The agencies to receive fan, territory should contact a participating agency to request a fan

https://www.cleco.com/media/press-releases/detail/2017/06/01/cleco-donates-440-fans-to-help-the-elderly-stay-cool-and-save-money

Cleco Offering New Program For Low-income Customers

its tenth annual fan drive beginning in April. Each year, Cleco employees statewide hold fan drives, . Last year, the drive provided more than 1,500 fans for distribution by local Councils on Aging

https://www.cleco.com/media/press-releases/detail/2010/02/01/cleco-offering-new-program-for-low-income-customers

EM - Fall 2020

Hurricane Laura: One of the worst storms in Cleco's history Hurricane Laura Storm Damage Cleco Fan Drive, service territory to host its Annual Fan Drive for the elderly while following new protocols due to the COVID-19 pandemic. The two-week fan drive ended July 3. “We moved forward with our fan drive utilizing our new safety protocols, and we believe our efforts paid off,” said Ron Smith, their energy usage." Raising the thermostat to 78 degrees and using a fan can help the air

https://www.cleco.com/docs/default-source/energy-matters/em---fall-2020_final_web_sept15.pdf?sfvrsn=a5cbeda9_4

Cleco prepares to deliver fans in time for the summer heat

PINEVILLE, La. – For 11 consecutive years, Cleco has been helping the elderly beat the heat by collecting fans through its fan drive. As the summer heats up early this year, Cleco will deliver more than 1,000 fans to local agencies to distribute to those in need. “Some of our employees may never, expenses. Something as small as a fan can make a huge difference during the summer months.” Each year, less energy and stay cooler when in use. Senior citizens in need of a fan should contact an agency

https://www.cleco.com/media/press-releases/detail/2011/06/13/cleco-prepares-to-deliver-fans-in-time-for-the-summer-heat

EM - Winter 2020

with Councils on Aging and other agencies in the company’s service territory to host its Annual Fan Drive for the elderly while following new protocols due to the COVID-19 pandemic. The two-week fan drive ended July 3. “We moved forward with our fan drive utilizing our new safety protocols, and we, to 78 degrees and using a fan can help the air temperature feel 10 degrees cooler and reduce energy

https://www.cleco.com/docs/default-source/energy-matters/em---winter-2020_final_web_nov-17.pdf?sfvrsn=409e36e_4

Energy Matters Summer 2018

www.facebook.com/clecopower Cleco Fan Drive Cleco in the community Directions: Mix all together,  The dog days of summer are here and air conditioners are working overtime. To help stay cool this summer, Cleco partnered with councils on aging and other agencies to donate over 200 fans to the elderly across Louisiana. Air conditioners are typically the largest energy users in a home. Raising the thermostat to 78 degrees and using a fan can help the air temperature feel 10 degrees

https://www.cleco.com/docs/default-source/energy-matters/energy-matters-summer-2018.pdf?sfvrsn=f58bf3fa_2

Social

through the company’s online platform, Spark. Cleco's Annual Fan Drive Cleco conducted its 20th Annual Fan Drive. All fans and proceeds were donated to The Council on Aging and other agencies

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COVID-19

on your thermostat. Remember to turn off the fan when you are not in the room. Don't run heat, energy company) Proof of present address (rent receipt, lease or deed, etc.) Driver’s license

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