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MLGW reopens Power of Warmth applications
January 20, 2022
(January 20, 2022) Memphis Light, Gas and Water has added a second Power of Warmth event in conjunction with the Neighborhood Christian Centers to assist qualified low-income seniors and disabled residents of Shelby County. The MLGW program provides free space heaters and electric blankets.

Online applications will be accepted through Jan. 24 or until all units have been committed. Applications can be submitted online at Qualified applicants will be notified by text on Jan. 31 with details on where to retrieve heaters and blankets.

To qualify for the Power of Warmth Program, applicants must be a resident of Shelby County, disabled and/or a low-income senior (age 60 or older) and have an MLGW account in their name. Applicants cannot have previously received an appliance from MLGW. Applicants will need the following credentials on hand:
  • MLGW bill in the applicant’s name.
  • Tennessee State ID or Driver’s License to verify age and address.
  • The most recent pay stub or Social Security Income statement to verify income.
  • Disability documentation, if applicable.
The mission of Neighborhood Christian Centers, Inc. is to guide those in need toward stability and sustainability through compassionate Christ-centered ministries and empowerment programs.

MLGW is the largest three-service public power utility in the nation, serving more than 437,000 customers in Memphis and Shelby County.

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