We strive to be a good neighbor, and a key part of the communities where we do business as well as where our employees live and work. For more than 125 years, we have been a part of this fabric and continuously work towards strengthening our neighborhoods so we can all live, grow, learn, work and play in a safe, prosperous and inclusive environment. We have a responsibility to be involved, and pride ourselves on being an active participant. Civic health is critical and as such, we will focus on activities and organizations that promote engagement and economic development. This includes grassroots community groups and our region’s veterans.
Southern California Edison (SCE) is committed to helping customers when they need it the most. Since 1982, SCE has provided financial assistance to income-qualified customers through the Energy Assistance Fund (EAF), SCE’s non-profit and only direct payment assistance program. EAF helps customers who meet income guidelines, many of whom are seniors, disabled, or are facing financial hardships. This fund is an important part of our customer outreach efforts - especially in today’s challenging economic environment - providing critical support to our customers who are having difficulty paying their electric bills. A maximum of $100 is available to qualified customers once in a 12-month period.
Going Beyond the Dollars
Community Forums, Money Saving Programs and our Speakers Bureau are just a few ways in which our company is in your community.
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