MARTINSBURG, W.Va. - While some families in the Eastern Panhandle may struggle to pay their heating bills, those at the United Way are helping warm their hands and hearts.
During a three-month campaign, United Way of the Eastern Panhandle teams up with Roach Energy, Rocs Convenience Stores and the Department of Health and Human Resources to raise money for families who may need a little extra help this winter.
To give back you can stop by any Rocs store in the state on Wednesdays, where they will donate one cent per gallon of gasoline sold, but that's not all.
"You can also request a delivery from the Warming Hands and Hearts Truck through Roach Energy and they will donate one cent per gallon of oil and propane sold through those requests or you can make a donation on our website," said Director of Resource Development & Marketing, Heather Polinik.
Last year, the initiative raised about $10,000 for families in the area. If you are interested in donating, you have until April 30th to make a contribution.