- Associated Press - Saturday, November 7, 2015

COLCHESTER, Vt. (AP) - Vermont’s largest power company is asking its customers to chip in toward providing home heating assistance for needy neighbors.

Green Mountain Power Corp. this past week announced it is donating $130,000 to the WARMTH program, which helps Vermonters with heating emergencies.

Households can receive up to $225 in help each year, with payments made from the program directly to fuel or energy suppliers.

Green Mountain Power customers will receive a WARMTH brochure with their November and December bills with information on how to donate. Customers can include a check to WARMTH with their GMP bill or send directly to their local Community Action Agency.

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