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Why our advice is needed – an update to the Share the Warmth appeal

Share the Warmth appeal update
23 December 2022

Over 6 million people in the UK are in fuel poverty, unable to afford to heat their homes. Due to the huge demand we’re seeing because of the energy and cost of living crises, we need funding to support more people who call for our advice.

CSE’s energy advisors speak to thousands of people every day, many are in desperate situations without heating, hot water or even hope things will improve, like Pablo.

Cold homes are bad for mental and physical health and our advisors help tackle the root causes of fuel poverty – cold homes, low incomes and high energy bills. We provide support to those in crisis situations and it often takes multiple calls to resolve important issues, issues that cause significant discomfort and often danger to a person’s life.

How donations help Share the Warmth 

We have been amazed by the generous support for our Share the Warmth Appeal, already raising over £6,000.

£6,000 allows our advisors to support around 60 people, assessing their unique needs and how we can help them.

Our service offers:

We estimate our advice would typically save 50 people more than £13,000 or £260 each. As well as having a warmer, drier home people can use these savings to buy other essentials like food.

The more money we raise, the more people we can help through this worrying winter. Nobody should have to suffer a cold home.

Help us help more people

Please donate to Share the Warmth.

We’re extremely grateful to Thrive Renewables for their support of the Share the Warmth appeal.

We also greatly value the support of corporate partners, trusts and foundations. To find out more about how we could work together please contact us via email at – we’d love to hear from you.

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