(KUTV) Western Heating & Air Conditioning is teaming up with The Emily Effect Foundation.
In February 2016, Emily Cook Dyches tragically passed away due to the effects of postpartum depression and a serious perinatal mood disorder.
Emily's family started the Emily Effect Foundation to raise awareness. Now her story is helping so many people and prompting new mothers to share their stories instead of hiding them. They are able to find the hope and help they need. You can learn more about the foundation at emilyeffect.org.
Angie Snow, owner and Vice President of Western Heating and Air Conditioning, is a good friend of Emily's and wanted to reach out and help the Emily Effect Foundation.
"Because our Western Heating technicians are in the homes of mothers every single day, we wanted to use our resources to share Emily's story, and let moms know that there is help. We decided to wrap one of our vans in the color of the foundation, and a portion of the proceeds generated from that van is going directly to the Emily Effect Foundation so that we can create more awareness and help these new mothers. Our technicians leave information in every home we visit."
As we get closer to winter, a furnace tune up will extend the life of your equipment and keep it dependable throughout the colder months. When you sign up to participate in the annual maintenance plan, called the Monument Club, Western will donate your first month's fees to the Emily Effect. There is a list of benefits and discounts that come along with the membership in the Monument Club. You can find out more timeforcomfort.com or by calling (801) 375-COOL.