MONTICELLO, NY. (November 14, 2016) – Combined Energy Services, a local family-owned fuel oil and gas supplier, recently donated $4,000 in heating fuel to the Sullivan County SPCA in Rock Hill, NY. On top of the donation for the heat, they did something special – CES now has a branded SPCA fuel oil truck!
“We wanted to do more to such a worthy cause,” Michael Taylor, CES General Manager states. “We wanted to bring attention to the SPCA’s efforts across the county! Not only will our fuel oil truck bring awareness, a portion of every fuel delivery will go to the SPCA.”
Since 2005, over $20,000 in heating fuel as well as $10,000 in equipment has been donated to the non-profit organization from Combined Energy Services. CES has donated retired work vans, held fundraising events where a portion of the money made went to the SPCA, and more!
The Sullivan County, NY SPCA provides compassionate care and safe shelter for lost, abandoned, hurt and homeless animals. The shelter also provides resources in assisting with the location of a lost pet. In addition, their experienced managers will issue qualified counseling and assistance with the adoption process. The SPCA specializes in nurturing the human bond through connecting pets with new forever families.
There are many ways the public can help; donations of funds and/or goods; direct animal care by assisting staff in the daily care of the animals; dog walking; mobile adoption & special event assistance; and front desk assistance. Visit www.sullivanspca.org to see what animals are up for adoption and to learn more on how to help!
About Combined Energy Services
Family owned and operated since 1968, Combined Energy Services (CES) is one of the largest propane gas and fuel oil suppliers in the Hudson Valley. With four offices in operation, CES provides 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. To learn more, visit www.combinedenergyservices.com and CES’ Facebook page.