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Work with Heart charity adds three new partners

The Horizon Heat and Air Charitable Giving Program is rebranding and expanding the seven-year-old charity this year, adding three new partners.

Now the Work with Heart Charitable Giving Program, the fund has added new partners Boyd Automotive, Edward Jones - Financial Advisor: Ken Adams, and Triangle Stop. The three businesses join Horizon Heat and Air, Hannah Flanagan’s, and Southern Alarm and Security in the Work with Heart Charitable Giving Program to give back to the community.

Nonprofit organizations wishing to apply for the 2023 Work with Heart Charitable Giving Program can access applications online at through Friday, Feb. 10. Last year, the fund awarded $48,000 to 28 nonprofits whose programs range from housing assistance to medical care and after-school education.
“Giving back to this community is a pillar of my personal and business philosophies,” Horizon owner Dan Poeta said. “I feel fortunate to have this community’s support and in turn, be able to provide these grants year after year. I am especially excited to have three new partners in this charitable endeavor and look forward to seeing the positive impact our pooled dollars will have.”
Horizon Heat and Air installs residential and commercial heating and air conditioning systems along with commercial refrigeration systems in Hendersonville, Brevard, Waynesville, Asheville and other areas of Western North Carolina. Learn more at
Hannah Flanagan’s Irish Pub offers Irish- influenced pub grub and an extensive, ever-changing beer list in a relaxed, old-world setting, with outside dining, daily drink specials, and delicious Irish pub food. Learn more at
Southern Alarm & Security, the oldest and largest locally-owned security company in the Western North Carolina, offers an extensive array of electronic security and related services for homes and businesses. Learn more at
Boyd Chevrolet Buick is a third generation family-owned dealership that has been helping the people in the region with their automobile needs since 1932. Learn more at
Edward Jones - Financial Advisor: Ken Adams,  at 1725 Brevard Road, Suite 2, has been helping Henderson County with investment needs since 2001. Learn more at

Triangle Stop Food Stores is a locally owned group of clean neighborhood convenience stores which serves its customers with a smile and a promise that they will be treated as each of us would like to be treated. They have 10 locations across Henderson, Polk, and Transylvania County. Learn more at