GARDINER – Kimlin Energy Services, a third-generation fuel service provider has announced “Community of Caring”, their program designed to promote Hudson Valley organizations that offer care for the most vulnerable of our neighbors, including animals, children, and the economically disadvantaged.
During each month of 2021, Kimlin will focus on sponsoring and promoting a local non-profit organization. Organizations designated for Kimlin support this year will include the Ulster County SPCA, the local chapter of March of Dimes, Family of Woodstock, and Lost Pets of the Hudson Valley. The first organization featured throughout February is the Dutchess County SPCA.
Max Kimlin, president of Kimlin Energy Services said “Now entering its fourth decade of business, Kimlin owes its ongoing success to our friends and neighbors in the Valley. That’s why we are totally dedicated to giving back to the community.” The grandson of the company’s founder added “Kimlin’s new Community of Caring initiative is the latest way we can say thank you to the Hudson Valley, by helping lift up some great local organizations. Their lifesaving work makes the Hudson Valley a far better place, and they deserve our support!”
Throughout 2021, Kimlin will spotlight several different local non-profit organizations on a local radio station. Kimlin will also raise the profile of these groups on social media and in other high-profile consumer media, including website and billboard advertising. Promotions will encourage the community to learn more about these organizations, inviting people to consider volunteering and donating.
As the Community of Caring program progresses, Max Kimlin promises to bring additional local groups into the campaign, to promote their crucial humanitarian missions.
Established in 1982 in Ulster County as a propane company by Douglas Kimlin, Kimlin Energy Services has grown over the years to include propane and heating oil delivery, equipment installation and service, and commercial fuels services. Their service area has grown to include Dutchess, Orange, Putnam, Putnam, Greene, Columbia, and Sullivan counties.
To learn more about Kimlin’s Community of Caring, visit www.kimlincommunityofcaring.com.