Any customer’s donations to assist low-income families will be doubled by Rocky Mountain Power

Rocky Mountain Power will match any contribution made by its customers, with a cap of $120,000.

SALT LAKE CITY – Rocky Mountain Power, which serves more than 1.2 million customers in Utah, Wyoming and Idaho, is providing a simple method for Utah residents to assist low-income families in staying warm and secure throughout the winter season.

Customers can participate in the Lend a Hand program offered by the company by donating any amount, beginning at $1 per month, which will be included in their monthly bill. The funds collected will be utilized to assist low-income families in covering their electricity expenses and maintaining warmth in their homes throughout the winter.

Rocky Mountain Power will match any contribution made by its customers, with a cap of $120,000.

The Lend a Hand program raised over $218,000 in 2022 and the donations helped 1,721 people in 628 households throughout Utah.

“We are very grateful to our customers who generously support this wonderful program,” said Lisa Romney, director of commercial accounts and community relations for Rocky Mountain Power. “The donations help working families, seniors and individuals with access and functional needs throughout our community.”

Lend a Hand contribution envelopes will be included for customers who receive their monthly bill by mail. Those who pay electronically can request a donation envelope and send a check or enroll in the fixed donation program. Customers can enroll and/or request a contribution envelope by calling 1-888-221-7070. 

Customers in need of assistance can also call Rocky Mountain Power at 1-888-221-7070 to receive help with payment plans or to be connected with other agencies that may be able to address their individual needs.

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