Project Share is a year-round bill pay assistance program started by Idaho Power in 1982. It’s administered by The Salvation Army and funding is provided by Idaho Power’s customers and shareholders, other utilities and private donations.
One hundred percent of Idaho Power customers’ donations go to Project Share recipients. The assistance is available to supplement energy needs and can be applied to bills for electric and gas. The program can also help pay for heating commodities like:
How to Pledge Your Donation on Your Bill
Mark the Project Share box on your Idaho Power bill:
- Monthly — You set an amount to add to your bill each month.
- Round-Up — You select to donate the difference between amount due and the nearest dollar each month.
- Onetime — You decide how much to donate one time and that donation will be added to your next bill.
Your monthly contribution to Project Share is conveniently added and itemized on your bill.
Learn more about how to get assistance paying an energy bill.