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WGL’s community service team hosted the 11th Annual Chili Cook-Off and Bake Sale on Tuesday, March 12 and raised $1,600 for the Washington Area Fuel Fund, Washington Gas’ signature philanthropic program.
Fifteen chefs competed in this year’s event and Chris Zeigler (pictured below) earned judges’ favorite and first place. Other winners included: Joe Atmore, second place; Sheri Stevens, third place; and retiree, Janet Dorsey, who won fan favorite.
Thank you to everyone who participated and supported the cook-off!
A special thanks to President Adrian Chapman for emceeing the event and to judges John O’Brien, Luanne Gutermuth, Doug Staebler, Mark Lowe, Major Chip Hall from The Salvation Army and Tommy McFly from NBC4.
WAFF provides home heating assistance to local residents, regardless of what kind of heating fuel they use. The Salvation Army administers WAFF and Washington Gas pays all associated costs for the program. Since 1983, WAFF has disbursed more than $27 million, providing assistance to more than 294,000 people.
WAFF Merger Funds Program:
Through its merger with AltaGas, Washington Gas has established the Merger Funds Program to broaden the eligibility for energy assistance for Washington Gas customers. Both low-income and moderate-income customers now may receive WAFF funds, in addition to the traditional WAFF assistance provided for other types of fuel.
To learn more about the program, click here.