Our mission is to provide energy conservation services and education, to promote energy-saving practices in the community. As a non-profit 501(c)3 organization, Project Warm provides free services to low-income households, seniors and the disabled living in Jefferson County.
Project Warm was founded in 1982 with financial support from LG&E and Metro Louisville, and thankfully they have continued to invest in us because of the social, economic and environmental impact we produce. We are able to continue to provide a positive impact in our community because of your financial support, expanded collaborative efforts and on-going involvement with community volunteers.
Volunteers gather at LG&E to receive their assignments and supplies before the Blitz. LG&E graciously provides the volunteers with a hot breakfast!
Project Warm helps homes stay warmer in cold weather & cooler in hot weather by offering weatherization services free of charge for qualifying low-income homeowners & renters. Project Warm’s services can help to lower the home’s energy usage by 15-45%.
Lowering energy usage results in affordable housing, improved health, reduced climate pollution, increased safety, improved quality of life and neighborhood stability. Since 1982 Project Warm has been able to improve our community, the environment and the lives of people we serve through free weatherization services and educational workshops for low-income residents, veterans and people with disabilities.
Making homes more energy-efficient and providing information about how to stop losing energy is a practical, effective and long-term method of addressing the energy affordability crisis for low-income and elderly citizens.
Across our community, low income and elderly households struggle with high energy usage and unsafe living conditions. Our purpose is to promote energy conservation by offering weatherization services, education, and supplies to people with limited resources.
Energy conservation doesn't just help the environment, it helps people.