Hope House/APCO team up on $10,000 grant







Hope House director Bud Jones receives $10,000 contribution check from Alabama Power Company representatives. From left, division marketing manager (and Oneonta School Board member) Patrick Adams, Jones, marketing specialist Adam Vessell, and Oneonta manager Kelley Cochran Stone. The grant is made as a part of the company’s Non-Profit Energy Efficiency Program (NEEP). Jones said it will be applied to the cost of 10 replacement heat pumps for 10 units in the homeless shelter in Sand Valley operated since 2011 by Hope House.‘We are so excited to be able to help the Hope House and Brother Bud. They are both tremendous assets to Blount County and Alabama Power is so happy to be able to provide them this assistance,’ Stone said. -Ron Gholson

Hope House director Bud Jones receives $10,000 contribution check from Alabama Power Company representatives. From left, division marketing manager (and Oneonta School Board member) Patrick Adams, Jones, marketing specialist Adam Vessell, and Oneonta manager Kelley Cochran Stone. The grant is made as a part of the company’s Non-Profit Energy Efficiency Program (NEEP). Jones said it will be applied to the cost of 10 replacement heat pumps for 10 units in the homeless shelter in Sand Valley operated since 2011 by Hope House.‘We are so excited to be able to help the Hope House and Brother Bud. They are both tremendous assets to Blount County and Alabama Power is so happy to be able to provide them this assistance,’ Stone said. -Ron Gholson