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shutterstock_155143007Did you know that during the 2014-2015 winter season more than 1.4 million low-income households throughout New York State received Home Energy Assistance Program (HEAP) benefits? Did you know that each year hundreds of thousands of New Yorkers lose vital utility services when they are terminated for bill collection purposes?

New York’s Utility Project is working on behalf of these consumers and the more than 1.5 million low-income households across New York State to enforce their consumer rights, make service more affordable, obtain assistance to pay or reduce bills, and keep the lights on safely.

We are a small organization with a big mission and we need your help.

You can help keep the lights on, houses warmed and utilities accessible for the more than a million low-income families in New York State. As we diligently work to educate consumers, advocate for affordable, reliable utility service and provide legal representation for low-income utility consumers, you can join us in our important work.

Consider making a financial contribution to New York’s Utility Project to support our on-going efforts on behalf of your neighbors across the state.

Make an online donation via PayPal.




Make a donation by check.

Please make your check payable to Public Utility Law Project of New York, Inc., and send to:

Public Utility Law Project of New York, Inc.
90 South Swan Street – Suite 401
Albany, NY 12210

Other Ways to Support Us

If you cannot make a financial contribution at this time, consider alternative ways to help.

Share Our Message: Become informed and help make others aware of important utility consumer issues. If you cannot donate at this time, please tell your friends and network about our work. Connect with us on Facebook and Twitter to follow our news and encourage your friends and family to do the same.

Thanks!

Public Utility Law Project of New York, Inc. (DBA New York’s Utility Project)

Tax ID number is 14-1634870.

New York State Charities Registration number is 03-06-32.

A copy of our latest Report filed with the New York Attorney General’s Charities Bureau is available here, or from us by emailing your request to info@utilityproject.org

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