Friday, December 19, 2014

Angel Tree Donations

Once again, MLGW employees came through to make Christmas a little merrier for the Salvation Army Angels.

Thursday, December 18, 2014

$3.9 Million Energy Efficiency Grant Announced

Today, MLGW, Habitat for Humanity and Service Over Self announced the receipt of a $3.9 million grant from the Plough Foundation that will enable 500 low income families to be eligible for up $15,000 in energy efficiency and other repairs that they will not have to repay. The grant work begins in March 2015.

Tuesday, December 16, 2014

100 Space Heaters & Electric Blankets Donated

This morning MLGW distributed 100 space heaters/electric blankets to eligible low-income customers who qualified through the Neighborhood Christian Center.

Monday, December 15, 2014

MLGW Family Mourns Loss of Jason Webb

The MLGW family mourns the loss of employee Jason Webb, age 35, Gas Distribution-South Service Center, who was injured in a gas incident on November 25. Jason, who was still receiving treatment at Regional One Medical Center, passed away on Sunday. Jason had been employed with MLGW since 2001. Please keep Jason's family, friends and co-workers in your thoughts and prayers.

"We're all brokenhearted. Jason was the kindest, friendliest employee I believe I've ever worked with. He came in happy every day, and was like a big kid. We loved him. I've never seen him not smiling. He is going to be missed by us all," said Joseph Leppert, General Foreman, Gas Dist-SSC.

Jerry Collins Jr, President and CEO said, "I am deeply saddened by the loss of one of our own. Bravely, our employees risk their lives in service to our community everyday. Tragically, Jason was critically injured in the line of duty during the November accident. As a Division, we mourn with his family and offer them our prayers. Jason's service will never be forgotten."

Thank you.

Wednesday, December 10, 2014

MLGW, Neighborhood Christian Center Team To Donate Space Heaters, Blankets

100 Space Heaters, 100 Electric Blankets Available to Qualified Applicants

Just in time for Christmas, MLGW is teaming up with the Neighborhood Christian Center to assist qualified low-income seniors and disabled residents of Shelby County through the Power of Warmth Program.

The Neighborhood Christian Center will be accepting applications and screening eligible households for heaters or blankets at 785 Jackson Ave. on Tuesday, December 16, from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.

To qualify for the Power of Warmth Program, applicants must be a resident of Shelby County as well as disabled and/or a low-income senior, age 60 or older.

To apply applicants will need the following credentials on hand:

Tennessee State ID or Drivers License to verify age and address.

The most recent pay stub or Social Security Income statement to verify income.

If you have a physical disability but do not meet the age requirement, you must bring the proper certification information.


Customers may contact the Neighborhood Christian Center's hotline number at (901) 881-6013 for a pre-recorded message detailing the necessary qualifications and credentials for eligibility.

Friday, December 5, 2014

MLGW Holiday Bill Break Begins December 15

No Residential Cutoffs for Unpaid Balances of $399.99 or Less from Dec. 15-Jan 14.

In the spirit of comfort and joy throughout the holiday season, MLGW's Holiday Bill Break begins on Dec. 15.

The Holiday Bill Break ensures that no residential customers are cut off from December 15 to January 14 if they have an unpaid balance of $399.99 or less (except in cases of diversion, safety hazards or default on special payment plans).

MLGW’s Winter Moratorium for Seniors and cold weather moratorium will continue to be in effect as well.

For more information, go to www.mlgw.com or call 544-6549.

Thursday, December 4, 2014

The Gift of Comfort



Memphis Light, Gas and Water's "Gift of Comfort" helps those in need pay their utility bill.

The program provides a means for individuals in the community to make a payment towards a customer's utility bill as a gift.

Follow these simple steps to give a "Gift of Comfort":
  • Print out and complete the "Gift of Comfort" PDF file below.
     
  • Attach a check or money order made payable to "MLGW Gift of Comfort" in the amount you wish to give.
     
  • Mail the form and check to the following address:
         Memphis Light, Gas and Water
         P.O. Box 388
         Memphis, TN 38145
     
Your gift will appear in the form of a credit on the recipient's MLGW bill.
Click here to download the Gift of Comfort form.

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