Hometown Care Energy Fund assists customers in hardship during COVID-19
By City Times staff
CENTRAL WISCONSIN – Alliant Energy is donating $2 million to its Hometown Care Energy Fund to assist customers in financial hardship during the COVID-19 outbreak.
“Alliant Energy knows that many customers may face financial hardship due to the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic. This contribution shows Alliant Energy’s ongoing commitment to serve customers in Iowa and Wisconsin and help those in need,” the company said in a release.
The Hometown Care Energy Fund is supported annually by Alliant Energy shareowners, as employee, retiree, and customer donations.
“We know that many customers need help paying their bill or may need additional help due to the pandemic,” said Linda Mattes, Vice President of Customer and IT Operations at Alliant Energy. “We are coming together with customers, employees, retirees and shareowners to help our neighbors.”
Alliant Energy partners with nonprofit organizations in Wisconsin and Iowa to distribute the funds.
Eligibility requirements may be found at https://kwwf.org/apply.
If eligible, you can apply at the following locations: Clark County: Clark County Department of Social Services, 715-743-5233; Marathon County: Energy Services, Inc., 715-842-3111; Portage County: Energy Services, Inc., 715-344-5999; Wood County: Wood County Human Services – Energy Assistance, 715-421-8654.