Electricity Maine Presents Check to Red Cross in Support of Lewiston Fire Victims

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As part of Power to Help fund, Electricity Maine pledged $5 per new enrollment from May 8-May 12

Jennifer Gaylord, American Red Cross (L) with Danielle Beckwith, Electricity Maine

Thanks to support of donors such as Electricity Maine, the Red Cross responded immediately to help our neighbors after the tragic fires. We are extremely grateful to have committed supporters."

Electricity Maine presented a check for $775 to the American Red Cross of Maine to assist those displaced by the recent fires in downtown Lewiston (ME.)    As part of their Power to Help fund, Electricity Maine pledged $5 per new enrollment from May 8 through -May 12.

Jennifer Gaylord, Branch Manager of the United Valley of the American Red Cross accepted the check on their behalf. “Thanks to support of donors such as Electricity Maine, the Red Cross responded immediately to help our neighbors after the tragic fires. We are extremely grateful to have committed supporters.”

The Power to Help Fund was created to provide support to community organizations. Key areas of focus are organizations that work to create systemic change in the area of health, homelessness, hunger, and education.

As part of the Provider Power family with ENH Power (http://www.enhpower.com), Electricity Maine’s mission is to strengthen community by providing competitive electricity rates on the supply portion of their utility bills while partnering with, and providing resources to non-profit organizations that create positive change in Maine and New Hampshire.

Headquartered in Auburn, Maine, Electricity Maine is licensed by the Maine Public Utilities Commission to sell electricity direct to homeowners and small business.

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