Neighborhood Heating Fund Application and Assistance Now Available at Senator Golden’s Office

Martin J. Golden

December 17, 2013

Brooklyn – State Senator Martin J. Golden (R-C-I, Brooklyn) today is announcing his partnership with HeartShare Human Services and the National Grid Neighborhood Heating Fund, to assist low-income families with the elevated cost of heat during the winter months.


The program, founded in 1983, has been administered by HeartShare Human Services since 1995. Senator Marty Golden has long partnered with the Fund to make the financial relief available to those qualifying constituents.


Senator Marty Golden stated, “We all know how much it costs to heat our homes and for many families, these bills place a true financial burden on a household budget. This program will again help many local families this year, and I encourage those in need to contact my office for details. I thank HeartShare for their continued dedication to this program and selecting my office as a program site in our community.”


Eligibility is based on household size and gross monthly income. For an application and more information, contact Senator Golden’s office at (718) 238-6044. Those wishing to apply must show proof of income, Social Security card and identification for everyone in the household, and an unpaid gas bill.