I&M Neighbor to Neighbor Program works to help Indiana residents afford their bills

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The I&M Neighbor to Neighbor Program is working to help Indiana residents who may be struggling to pay their electric bill.

Utility assistance grants are disbursed on a first-come, first-served basis for eligible participants.

Customers are able to choose a fixed monthly amount to donate to the program, or they can round up their bills to the next whole dollar with the excess going to the Neighbor to Neighbor Program.

For those who have the means, providing a donation can help someone supply heat for their home or to afford groceries for their family.

Those looking to make a donation or to learn about the program can visit the I&M website to learn more. 

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