The Good Neighbor Fund was established to help our customers pay for their utility bills when
experiencing a financial hardship.
You don't need to repay any grant money received, and the maximum grant is $500 ($250 for electric
and/or $250 for gas).
The United Way of Pike County processes the applications and administers the grants on behalf of
Pike County Light & Power.
The Good Neighbor Fund receives money from Pike County Light & Power (PCLP) and through
donations from existing customers.
If you would like to make a tax-deductible contribution to the fund, you may do so by checking
the box on your bill for the Good Neighbor Fund.
Your bill will be rounded up to the nearest whole dollar every month for one year.
To be eligible for the Good Neighbor Fund, you must be a PCLP customer and meet the following
You will need to provide proof of a financial hardship, income, any governmental benefits or denials, and any of the other circumstances you meet as outlined in the eligibility criteria.
Contact Pike County Light & Power in one of the following ways to fill out an application and submit
your supporting documentation:
Send an email to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Stop in the PCLP office at 105 Schneider Lane, Milford PA, 18337 to fill out an application in person.
Call the PCLP office at 570-832-2988 and request an application be mailed to you.
PCLP will collect the completed applications and corresponding documentation to submit them
directly to the United Way.