May 15, 2015 – Monticello, N.Y. – Combined Energy Services (CES), a regional energy supplier, helped the Sullivan County Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (SPCA) keep its tenants – homeless pooches and felines – protected and warm during the tough winter months.
This past winter, CES, which currently provides propane gas at the Rock Hill-based facility, presented the SPCA with a $2,000 propane gas credit to provide some relief during the coldest months of the year. Throughout the winter months, the SPCA struggled to heat its kennel at 104 Rock Hill Drive, due to lack of proper insulation in the aging cinderblock building.
Mike Taylor, co-owner of Combined Energy Services, said, “The SPCA plays a great role in keeping homeless animals here in Sullivan County safe year round. As a local business, it is our obligation to assist area nonprofit organizations and we’re proud to help the SPCA achieve its goals and carry out its mission.”
Manon Fortier, president, Sullivan County SPCA, said, “We are extremely grateful for this donation from Combined Energy Services. These animals deserve to be in a comfortable environment year-round and CES has helped make that possible. It’s wonderful to have such a supportive business community.”
Taylor added, “CES is extremely dedicated to the nonprofit community in Sullivan County. Through our annual donations to fire departments, health care facilities and other not-for-profits, we’re helping to build a better Sullivan County.”
Family owned and operated since 1968, Combined Energy Services is one of the largest propane gas and fuel oil suppliers in the Hudson Valley. With four offices in operation, CES has provided customers throughout the Catskills, Hudson Valley, Eastern Pennsylvania and Northern New Jersey with dependable propane gas, fuel oil and kerosene deliveries, as well as unmatched, around-the-clock repair service. For more info, please visit www.combinedenergyservices.com and become a fan on Facebook.