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Evergy – Economic Relief Pilot Program – To qualify, the applicant must reside in Missouri and reside in the home and be the person responsible for paying the bill. The family’s gross income may not exceed 200% of the federal poverty guideline. Applicant must be current on bill or have a payment arrangement on KCP&L account. Funding is limited and distributed on a first-come, first-serve basis. Approved applicants may receive up to $65 towards electric bill for up to 12 months. To apply for energy assistance, please call The Salvation Army at 1-816-756-5392 and select option 1.
Atmos Energy Sharing the Warmth Program – Winter heating bill payment assistance for the elderly, the disabled, and families in need for customers of Atmos Energy. This service is provided in cooperation with The Salvation Army. Applicants may receive assistance three times per year for no more than $200 each time on a first-come, first-served basis. To apply for energy assistance, please call The Salvation Army at 1-816-756-5392 and select option 4.
Black Hills Energy - Black Hills Cares helps eligible residential customers in need pay their Black Hills Energy bills or emergency energy-related expenses. The company matches those contributions dollar for dollar. Applicants must meet gross income guidelines based on current Federal Poverty Guidelines.
Midwest Customers Care – Qualifying Midwest Energy customers must have a household income less than 200% of the federal poverty guideline and may not receive more than $200 per heating season. Assistance is available from November 1st through the end of April or when the funding is exhausted, whichever comes first. To apply for energy assistance, please call The Salvation Army at 1-816-756-5392 and select option #3, and tell them you are a Midwest Energy Customer.
Kansas Gas Service Share the Warmth – Winter heating aid program for people residing in 82 counties served by Kansas Gas Service. This service is provided in cooperation with The Salvation Army. The program is primarily designed to help low-income KS residents with home heating expenses. The Salvation Army uses donations to make payments directly to the utility or fuel supplier on behalf of the person receiving assistance. Funds are awarded as a one-time grant annually, up to $300, on a first-come, first-served basis. To apply for energy assistance, please call The Salvation Army at 1-816-756-5392 and select option 2.
Eligibility – Must live in one of the 82 counties served by Kansas Gas Service, must be the primary account holder and resident on the utility bill, income at or below 200% poverty level. Do not need to be a Kansas Gas Service Customer, do not need to use natural gas to heat home.
Window for application: Share the Warmth applications are accepted from November 15 to April 30, annually. Applications submitted after April 30 cannot be considered for assistance.