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Atmos Energy encourages customers to share the warmth this winter

Provided by Atmos Energy

The season of giving is upon us, and what better way to show you care than to help those in need. Atmos Energy is encouraging customers to help their neighbors in need by participating in the utility's Sharing the Warmth program.

"It's as easy as rounding-up the pennies on your natural gas bill," said Dan Alderson, Atmos Energy director of energy assistance. "That excess change goes straight into our Sharing the Warmth program, which can then be distributed to low-income residents this winter."

Atmos Energy's Sharing the Warmth program is designed to supplement payments made by elderly, disabled or low-income customers who would otherwise be unable to pay the full cost of heating their home.

To donate, simply check the voluntary donation box on the back of your gas bill or call 1-888-286-6700 to make your donation via the phone. Please visit www.atmosenergy.com/share for more details.

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