Hoping to ensure crisis heating funds are available to assist low-income Vermonters this winter, People’s United Bank has donated $15,000 to the CVPS Shareheat Fund.The People’s United Bank donation will go into a pool of funds that will be used to match customer donations to the heating assistance program. Customer donations, along with the matching dollars, are distributed to five community action agencies across the state to assist those in need.‘People’s United Bank’s generosity will help protect families across our service territory,’ CVPS President Bob Young said. ‘Combined with CVPS’s donation and grants from other Vermont businesses, the matching pool now totals $145,000.’‘People’s United Bank supports the Shareheat program because its design leverages additional funds and addresses a critical need in Vermont,’ said Kathy Schirling, director of marketing and community services of People’s United Bank. ‘We encourage anyone in a position to do so to join us in protecting our friends and neighbors who may be struggling to stay warm.’CVPS shareholders will provide $100,000 to Shareheat this season. People’s United joins Carris Reels, Passumpsic Savings Bank, Weidman Electrical Technology, and The Vermont Country Store as Shareheat Business Partners. Carris Reels, Passumpsic Savings Bank and Weidman Electrical Technology donated $5,000 each, while The Vermont Country Store provided $15,000.‘Each of these businesses has supported the program over a period of years, making an enormous contribution to the fabric of our communities,’ Young said. ‘These are outstanding companies that share a common belief that businesses like ours have a collective responsibility to our communities and customers.’Businesses that would like to join the Shareheat Business Partnership Program may call Steve Costello at 747-5427 for more information. Anyone needing crisis fuel assistance should contact their local community action agency.CVPS Shareheat is a program of last resort for over 1,000 Vermont families each year. Funds are available to assist people who face heating emergencies, often because they never expected to need assistance, lost a job, or have exhausted all other available assistance.Contributions should be made payable to the CVPS Shareheat Fund. Donations may be mailed with a CVPS payment, or sent separately to CVPS Shareheat, 77 Grove St., Rutland, VT 05701.
Odense: Top Indian shuttlers Saina Nehwal and Kidambi Srikanth on Wednesday suffered first round losses in the Denmark Open women’s and men’s singles competitions in Odense, Denmark on Wednesday. Saina continued with her struggling form, losing to Japan’s Sayaka Takahashi 15-21 21-23 in the match that lasted 37 minutes to crash out of the USD 775,000 tournament. The 29-year-old London Olympics bronze medallist was the runner-up last year. World number 8 Saina has been going through a tough phase with fitness issues since claiming the Indonesia Masters in January. She had also made first-round exits at the China Open and Korea Open earlier this year.World number 12 Takahashi had defeated Saina the last time they met at the Thailand Open in August. In the men’s singles first round, former champion Kidambi Srikanth lost to fourth seed Anders Antonsen of Denmark 14-21 18-21 in the match that lasted 43 minutes. Srikanth, who had skipped China and Korea Open due to a knee issue, had beaten Antonsen at the 2017 World Championships, but the Danish shuttler has come a long way since then, having reached the finals of this year’s World Championships in Switzerland. Currently ranked fourth, Antonsen has won the Indonesia Masters, Barcelona Spain Masters, European Games and made it to the finals at Indonesia Open Super 1000 this year. Sameer Verma, however, crossed the first hurdle in the men’s singles when he beat Kanta Tsuneyama of Japan 21-11 21-11 in 29 minutes to advance to the second round. The Indian mixed doubles pair of Pranaav Jerry Chopra and N Sikki Reddy also made it to the second round with a 21-16 21-11 win over the German duo of Marvin Seidel and Linda Efler. Also Read | Kidambi Srikanth loses to Olympic champion Chen Long in Malaysia Open badmintonIn another mixed doubles first round match, Satwiksairaj Ranki and Ashwini Ponnappa did not take the court and conceded a walk over to the second seeded Chinese pair of Wang Yi Lyu and Huang Dong Ping. For all the Latest Sports News News, Other Sports News, Download News Nation Android and iOS Mobile Apps.
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