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EnergyUnited is committed to the communities that we serve. That’s why we started the EnergyUnited Foundation way back in 1996. Since that time the foundation has provided well over $3 million in grants to individuals and non-profit organizations in our 19-county service area.
Would you like EnergyUnited to consider supporting a cause that is important to you? If you represent an organization within our 19-county service area and are seeking support from EnergyUnited, simply complete this form to submit an official donation request.
There are other very helpful organizations that provide assistance to members of our community. If you are in need of assistance, make sure to consider these options:
Call 211 or visit 211.org to find local resources that can help relieve financial hardships. This free service can help with:
The Low Income Energy Assistance Program (LIEAP) is a federally-funded program that provides for a one-time vendor payment (one payment per member) to help eligible households pay their heating bills.
The Crisis Intervention Program (CIP) is a federally funded program that assists individuals and families who are experiencing a heating or cooling related crisis.
The Housing Opportunities and Prevention of Evictions (HOPE) Program is a new statewide initiative that may provide rent and utility assistance to eligible low- and moderate-income renters experiencing financial hardship due to the economic effects of COVID-19.
HOPE will provide rent and utility assistance for renters that:
*** New applications are no longer being accepted. ***
With respect to bills rendered between December 15 and March 15 of every year and in the spirit of the policy considerations expressed by Congress in the Public Utility Regulatory Policies Act (PURPA) of 1978, the notice of proposed termination shall also contain a statement that no termination shall take place without the express approval of EnergyUnited’s Board of Directors and notification of the North Carolina Rural Electrification Authority. For the member’s account to be designated for the Cold Weather Special Needs Assistance, the member must meet all 3 of the following criteria:
The member is still responsible for paying his/her bill and will continue to receive interest and penalties on the account for any past due amounts. As provided in the Summary of Member Rights and Responsibilities the Member must provide advance written notification and certification of meeting the requirements for special handling of accounts.
|Alexander||Alexander County DSS||828-632-1080|
|Cabarrus||Cabarrus County DSS
Cabarrus County Christian Ministries
|Caldwell||Caldwell County DSS
Caldwell County Yokefellow Inc.
South Caldwell Christian Ministries
|Catawba||Catawba County DSS
Eastern Catawba Cooperative Christian Ministries
Hickory Salvation Army
|Davidson||Davidson County DSS
Fairgrove Family Resource Center
South Davidson Family Resource Center
Salvation Army of Davidson County
Open Door Ministries
United Way of Davidson County
|Davie||Davie County DSS
Davie County United Way
Salvation Army of Davie County
Emergency Relief Fund of Davie County
|Forsyth||Forsyth County DSS
Forsyth County Salvation Army
Winston-Salem Low income energy assistance program (LIEAP)
Kernersville-East Forsyth emergency assistance
|Gaston||Gaston Community Action
Gaston County DSS
United Way of Gaston County
|Guilford||Guilford County DSS
Greensboro Urban Ministry
Open Door Ministries of High Point
St. Vincent de Paul Society
High Point Salvation Army
Guilford Low Income Energy Assistance Program
|Iredell||Iredell County DSS
United Way of Iredell
Fifth Street Ministries
Iredell County Salvation Army
|Lincoln||Lincoln County DSS
East Lincoln Christian Ministry
|Mecklenburg||Department of Social Services (DSS)
Charlotte Area Fund
Crisis Assistance Ministry
Good Fellows’ Club
|Montgomery||Montgomery County DSS
Sandhills Community Action Program
|Randolph||Randolph County DSS
Christians United Outreach Center
Asheboro Salvation Army
|Rockingham||Rockingham County DSS
|Rowan||Rowan County DSS
Salisbury & Rowan Salvation Army
Rowan Helping Ministries Crisis Assistance Network
Rowan County United Way
|Stokes||Stokes County DSS
|Wilkes||Wilkes County DSS
Blue Ridge Opportunity Commission
|Yadkin||Yadkin County DSS
Tri-County Christian Crisis Ministry
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