SALT LAKE CITY, Utah (ABC4 News) – The Rocky Mountain Power Company is encouraging customers to join them as they help families stay warm and fed this holiday season.
“It’s been a priority for our company to reach out and make a difference in the communities where we all live and work,” said George Humbert, director of customer and community. “We’re inviting our customers to join with us in those efforts.”
Rocky Mountain says they are currently providing matching donations for those who support the Salvation Army’s Lend A Hand Program.
The program is said to help limited-income customers keep their power on and their homes warm.
This week, Rocky Mountain donated $20,000 to food banks long the Wasatch Front including Tabitha’s Way in Utah County, Catholic Community Services in Weber County, Open Doors in Davis County and Salt Lake Community Action Food Program Centers in Salt Lake County.
Customers who need bill assistance themselves are asked to call Rocky Mountain Power representatives at 1-888-221-7070 to get help with payment plans and be directed to other agencies that may assist them.
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