Wheels for warmth

12th Annual Wheels for Warmth Raises More Than $54,000 for Emergency Fuel Assistance Programs

News Release — Wheels for Warmth Tuesday, December 13, 2016 Contact: Ethan Latour [email protected] The tire recycle and re-sale program has raised $367,000 since 2005 Montpelier, Vt. – Wheels for Warmth, a program that raises funds to help Vermonters heat their homes, announced today that its 2016 tire collection and sale raised $54,717 for emergency […]

10th annual ‘Wheels for Warmth’ sees best year to date

Vermont’s annual tire recycle and resale event “Wheels for Warmth” celebrated its 10-year anniversary on October 25, 2014, by breaking fundraising records.

Phil Scott announces tenth annual Wheels for Warmth tire drop-offs and sale

Phil Scott is asking Vermonters to spare those tires no longer in use by donating them to the tenth annual Wheels for Warmth tire recycle and resale event.

Lt. Governor Phil Scott announces ninth annual Wheels for Warmth tire drop-offs and sale

News Release — Lt. Gov. Phil Scott Oct. 17, 213 MONTPELIER – Lieutenant Governor Phil Scott is asking Vermonters to spare those tires no longer in use by donating them to the ninth annual Wheels for Warmth tire recycle and resale event. Established by Lt. Governor Phil Scott in 2005, the Wheels for Warmth program […]

Wheels for Warmth raises $28,500 for fuel assistance

Lieutenant Governor Phil Scott announced today that the 2012 Wheels for Warmth raised $28,500 for Vermonters in need of emergency fuel assistance. Scott created the annual Wheels for Warmth event eight years ago, and the program has raised over $175,000 to-date for the emergency and supplemental fuel assistance funds administered by Central Vermont Community Action Council and the Champlain Valley Office of Economic Opportunity.

Scott launches “Race to the Finish,” is endorsed by the Free Press

From the Burlington Free Press: “Phil Scott, the Republican, has a deep knowledge of how the Senate works, accumulated during his 10 years as senator from Washington County. His appointment as chairman of the Institutions Committee by the Senate’s Democratic leadership speaks to the trust and respect he has won during his tenure.”