GMP donates $130,000 to WARMTH program

Green Mountain Power logoGreen Mountain Power is helping to keep Vermonters warm this winter with a $130,000 donation to WARMTH, a program that helps with heating emergencies.

Last winter the WARMTH program helped families with heating emergencies more than 5,000 times. Funds are paid directly to the fuel or energy supplier, and each household receives no more than $225 in assistance per year.

Green Mountain Power customers will receive a WARMTH brochure with their November and December bills with information on how to donate. Customers can include a check to WARMTH with their GMP bill or send directly to their local Community Action Agency. To learn more about this program or to find the Community Action Agency in your area, visit

Vermonters who may be eligible for assistance through the WARMTH program can contact their local Community Action Agency or call 2-1-1 for confidential information and referral to community resources.

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