Good Neighbor Energy Fund

If you're a Massachusetts resident experiencing a temporary crisis leaving you without enough money to pay your utility bill, the Good Neighbor Energy Fund can help. 

Eligibility guidelines

To be eligible, your annual household income must be within 60%-80% of the state median income level and you must not qualify for any federally-funded assistance programs.

Household Size Total Gross Yearly Income
1 $40,952 - $54,601
2 $53,552 - $71,401
3 $66,152 - $88,201
4 $78,752 - $105,001
5 $91,352 - $121,801
6 $103,952 - $138,601
7 $106,315 - $141,752
8 $108,677 - $144,902
9 $111,040 - $148,053
10 $113,402 - $151,202

Apply for assistance

To apply, contact your local Salvation Army Corps Community Center.

You can also find a full list of community centers on magoodneighbor.org.

Access a list of community centers

Make a Contribution

To contribute to the Good Neighbor Energy Fund, go to magoodneighbor.org or mail a check payable to "Good Neighbor Energy Fund" directly to The Salvation Army:

Good Neighbor Energy Fund
25 Shawmut Road
Canton MA 02021-1408

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