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Where can we help you today?
The Rhode Island Department of Human Services administers the program, and applications are accepted through local Community Action Program (CAP) agencies. Your local CAP agency will walk you through the application process.
The Good Neighbor Energy Fund helps pay your heating bill if you are in temporary financial crisis, but may not necessarily be income-eligible for Fuel Assistance. This statewide fund, managed by the United Way of Rhode Island, can help you pay your heating bills. For more information, visit the Good Neighbor Energy Fund’s website or call the United Way in Rhode Island by dialing 2-1-1.
National Grid is a proud financial sponsor of the Good Neighbor Energy Fund. The Fund also relies on the generosity of Rhode Islanders to help other local families get through tough times. If you would like to make a donation, please visit the United Way’s page and click on the blue “Donate” button.