Hometown Helping Hand
Hometown Helping Hand is a program implemented by the Board of Light & Power to raise additional funding for assisting families in need in the Grand Haven area with paying past due electric bills.
The Board of Light & Power donates 50% of the proceeds raised from revenues generated by its door tag disconnect notice program to help supplement the Hometown Helping Hand program. The balance of the funding is collected through one-time or monthly donations from Board of Light & Power customers and local support groups. All funds collected are held by the Board of Light & Power and distributed through the Salvation Army’s assistance program to qualifying BLP customers. 100% of funds collected go to the Hometown Helping Hand program and remain right here in our community. In FY2018, Hometown Helping Hand distributed $22,105.47 to BLP customers in need of assistance.
For a one time donation, simply include a separate check with your utility bill stub written to Hometown Helping Hand. There are two ways to make a monthly contribution.
1. You can fill out and submit the online form below.
2. Download the Hometown Helping Hands donation form by clicking the link below and return it to the Board of Light & Power by enclosing it with your postal delivery utility bill stub and payment or by dropping it off at our office located at 1700 Eaton Drive, Grand Haven, MI 49417.