Winter is here, and the storms are coming. It is pretty cool when a local company makes it their business to keep our neighbors warm.  If you know anyone who needs a FREE furnace this winter you can enter them!  

Photo by Izzy Park on Unsplash
Photo by Izzy Park on Unsplash

Tom Rostron Company really cares about helping our community and they are looking for nominations of deserving families right now. Tom Rostron is giving not just one family, but three families a FREE furnace to keep them warm this winter.   

Think about everyone you know, is there anyone struggling that could use this?  Is there one of your kids' teachers or a server at your favorite restaurant which is in need?  What about a single parent or a veteran?  If there is a deserving person in your life you can nominate them.  I feel warm just thinking about someone getting the news that they don't have to worry this winter.

There is a long history of giving with Tom Rostron Company.  Back in 2009, Tom Rostron Jr. created the Rostron Gives Back program to really get involved in helping our neighbors.  They help food banks like Fulfill as well as our local veterans. Every year they also take nominations for the heroes who have served our country and are in need of a new HVAC system.  Last year they installed two free systems for New Jersey veterans.  

If you want to nominate a family so that they can feel the warmth of local giving, you can enter them for a free heating system here

Santa is coming early for three families this year.  This is where he will be when he is not hanging out with Tom Rostron Company.

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