The Massachusetts Good Neighbor Energy Fund

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Now in its 30th year, the Massachusetts Good Neighbor Energy Fund has provided energy assistance to hundreds-of-thousands of residents in temporary crisis who are struggling to pay their energy bills and do not qualify for federal or state energy funds.

"This Fund really helps the people who might otherwise not be served, mainly the working poor of Massachusetts," says Major David B. Davis, Divisional Commander of the Massachusetts Salvation Army which administers the Fund. "Without assistance from the GNEF, many of the people we serve wouldn't be able to make their monthly utility payments."

A cooperative effort between sponsoring Massachusetts energy companies, The Salvation Army and caring neighbors throughout the Commonwealth, the Good Neighbor Energy Fund has raised over 19.3 million and assisted more than 83,500 households with a month's energy expense since its inception in 1985.

Massachusetts Good Neighbor Energy Fund 2014-2015 Sponsor Energy Companies:

The Fund is currently open
for all who qualify.