Help those in need through SHARE

Cooling expenses in summer, heating costs in winter -- in either season, high energy bills can be a burden to individuals and families already in crisis.

That's why SRP has teamed up with several other state utilities, area utility customers and The Salvation Army to provide financial assistance to those in need through SHARE -- Service to Help Arizonans with Relief on Energy.

By adding $1 or more to your electric bill each month, you can help fill an important community need through SHARE. Your contribution to SHARE can make a big difference in people's lives, now more than ever before. More SHARE funds are needed this year to keep up with growing community needs.

Providing one-time grants

Emergency assistance is given to people who, due to crisis situations, are unable to pay their basic household energy bills and have exhausted all other potential sources of aid. Assistance is limited to one grant a year per recipient. SHARE is not a welfare or other government-funded program.

Tax-deductible donations are disbursed by The Salvation Army. Neither SRP nor The Salvation Army deducts any administrative costs from donations. SRP provides a year-end statement showing donations made through your SRP bill.

How you can help

If you'd like to contribute to SHARE, just complete our online sign-up form and we will simply add the amount you specify to your bill payment. Or, you can make a one-time contribution as specified on the online sign-up form.

You can also mail your donation to:

SRP SHARE Administration
P.O. Box 52025
Mail Station PAB 136
Phoenix, AZ 85072-2025

Customers in need of SHARE funds can request assistance by calling SRP Customer Resource Counselors at (602) 236-3000. An SRP Customer Resource Counselor can refer you to the appropriate Salvation Army office and advise what information you will need.

If you have questions regarding your donation to the SHARE program, please call (602) 236-8888. If you would like to discontinue your donation, please complete our online form.

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