Low-Income Home Energy Assistance (LIHEAP)
LIHEAP uses federal funds to help local, low-income residents pay their home energy bills. LIHEAP funds are distributed as available.
Learn more at benefits.gov or your local community action agency.
Low-Income Weatherization Program
SCE&G supports local community action agencies and the Governor's Office of Economic Opportunity to help customers improve the energy efficiency of their homes. Typical improvements include caulking, weather-stripping, painting, insulating and replacing doors and windows. Eligible families must meet the federal government standards of a low-income household.
Learn more at benefits.gov or your local community action agency. See related programs at hhs.gov.
Project Share provides assistance to low-income, handicapped and elderly customers for their electric and natural gas service. SCE&G customers, employees and retirees generously fund the program. The Govenor’s Office of Economic Opportunity, through community action agencies, administers the program. To receive assistance, contact your local community action agency.
Want to help your neighbors in time of need? Donate to Project Share.
United Way - 211
United Way's 211 service connects people with important community services. Call 211 if you need help with training, food, housing, employment, affordable housing options, counseling and more.
Learn more at 211.org.