Charity & Non-Profit Bill Assistance Programs

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Charity and Non-profit Bill Assistance Programs.  Are you looking for a church, charitable organization, or non-profit agency that can help with bills? You can get help with housing, job development, family counseling and support, and more. Many charities provide aid to under-served communities in the US and across the globe.

Without the generous support of nonprofit bill assistance groups and individual volunteers, life would be unbearable for underserved communities. I have highlighted organizations that will tremendously help and support you. These organizations offer a host of health, dental, clothing, food pantries, educational support for elders, and so much more.

These organizations do not just give you a handout.  They give you a hand up and empower you to control your life and destiny. Charitable donations make it possible to help as many families and individuals as possible.

Charity Bill Assistance Organizations

The Jewish Federation of North America

The Jewish Federation of North America is a testament to the power of collective action. This organization, transcending religious and cultural boundaries, has been a pillar of support for various communities. Imagine a world where people from different backgrounds come together, united by the common goal of aiding those in need. The Federation embodies this ideal.   (212) 284-6768.

Stories of Change

As a new resident of Charlotte, NC, I received a bed from the Assistance League on Spratt St.  The voucher allowed me to get two items.  I was so happy to find a bed and an apartment-sized washing machine.  This made a big difference in my family, and I could save money by not going to the laundry.  I also received a voucher to get clothes and household items.  I was very grateful that they helped me when I needed it.

The Assistance League: Touching Lives, One Person at a Time

A Symphony of Small Gestures

The Assistance League plays an extraordinary role in ordinary people’s everyday lives. From providing vision care that brings the world into focus for a child to offer a warm coat on a cold winter day, their actions might seem small, but their impact is profound. (704) 525-5228.

Salvation Army Centers 

A Journey of Renewal

For further assistance with bill payments, you might consider contacting The Salvation Army. This organization operates nationwide, featuring local branches and thrift shops. The Family Emergency Services division of The Salvation Army focuses on providing aid for fundamental human necessities.

Transformative Tales

John M, a veteran living in New York, found housing and support in one of their homeless shelters.  the Salvation Army helped him get a fresh start, and he eventually gained stability and returned to serve as a volunteer at the Christmas Angel Tree program. (Contact a Salvation Army in your city.)

United Methodist Church 

A Global Network of Compassion

The United Methodist Church’s outreach programs extend globally, targeting some of the most pressing needs in developing countries. They work tirelessly to combat diseases like HIV/AIDS and malaria, bringing not just medical aid but also hope to affected communities.

The Knights of Columbus

The Knights of Columbus, a Catholic fraternal service organization, provides diverse services to underserved communities.  They organize community programs like food and coat drives, offer local and international disaster relief, and support individuals with disabilities through various initiatives. Additionally, they provide educational scholarships targeting those in need and run family and youth programs.  (203) 752-4000.

Catholic Charities 

Diverse Aid for Diverse Needs

Catholic Charities stands out for its many services designed to meet the needs of communities nationwide. Whether providing financial assistance to keep a family’s home warm in the winter or offering job training to the unemployed, their work empowers individuals and families.

The YMCA and YWCA

The Y offers crucial community services, including fitness and wellness programs, youth development initiatives like after-school and summer camps, swimming and aquatics lessons, and child care services. They also engage in community outreach with food distribution and support for people experiencing homelessness, alongside educational and skill development programs such as adult education and job training, effectively nurturing personal growth and community well-being.  (Contact a Y in your city for help)

National Urban League 

Empowering Urban Communities

The National Urban League specializes in uplifting inner-city residents. Through their job training programs, educational initiatives, and housing projects, they are not just changing lives; they are transforming entire urban landscapes.  212-558-5300.

American Red Cross 

Responding to Crises with Heart and Action

The American Red Cross is synonymous with disaster response and relief. Their swift action in the wake of crises – providing shelter, food, and medical aid – saves lives and provides a beacon of hope in the darkest times.

Imagine the relief of a family displaced by a natural disaster, finding refuge in a Red Cross shelter, or the gratitude of individuals receiving life-saving blood during a medical emergency.

Volunteers of America

Advocacy and Action

Volunteers of America stand as advocates for the marginalized. They address the needs of those without homes, experiencing disabilities, and veterans through comprehensive programs that provide housing, healthcare, and support services.  Contact a local chapter in your city for more information.

How to Go From Here

Engage with Local Chapters: Explore how you can contribute or benefit from these organizations. Every action, whether seeking help or volunteering, creates a ripple effect of positive change.

Share your story about whether these programs have assisted you or someone you know. Personal narratives can inspire and encourage others to seek help or support.

Follow these organizations on social media and stay updated on their initiatives and impact. Your awareness and involvement can make a difference.

Conclusion

These charity and non-profit bill assistance programs transcend traditional aid; they are catalysts for change, empowerment, and community solidarity. Addressing critical needs like housing, healthcare, and education not only alleviates immediate financial burdens but also pave the way for long-term stability and well-being. The ongoing societal support for these programs underscores a shared commitment to nurturing a compassionate and responsive community.

Pamela Lipscomb

We understand that finding financial assistance can be overwhelming and stressful. Our site provides information on potential programs, eligibility guidelines, and more. Please remember that this information is for guidance only, and we cannot guarantee assistance. For personalized advice and support, we strongly encourage you to consult with financial advisors, legal professionals, or the program providers directly.

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  33. My electric was disconnected on Thursday 4/11/2019. I need help getting it turned back on. My car was stolen in January and I had to get another one so I could get back and forth to work. I just need a little help to get back on my feet. I have talked to the electric co. but they can’t help me. If you have any ideas on how I can get this done I would greatly appreciate all information.

  34. Hi. I need some help with bills and don’t know what to do I don’t have a car so it is hard to get around to get things ok. So I was seeing if there any way that y’all could help please.

    1. Hello, Stacey. You can get help with your light bills from church assistance programs in your community or go to the Dept. of Social Service to apply for emergency assistance with the bill. Good Luck.

  35. Need help with my utility payments for last months bill it is over due and is due for disconnection.

  36. I’m currently needing help with pay my gas bill my gas was shut off well I was in the hospital. So when I was released from the hospital I came home to not having gas so I don’t have the money to pay for the bill to get it turned back on. Can someone please help me.

    1. Hello Shane. Call the social worker at the hospital you were in and tell her your situation and ask can she help. You can also go to HUD or Human Services for emergency help with the bill. Take your discharge papers as proof of your hospital stay.

  37. Hi,my name is Lisa,I’m looking for some assistance with my electric bill please, I am struggling really hard and my power is to be disconnected on Monday March 11th 2019, I am a caretaker for an elderly man who has no family and we only have one income and can’t seem to get ahead,if you please can help us we would be forever grateful,I don’t know what else to do, please help and God bless !

    1. Hi, Lisa. Please contact the Department of Social Services for help with the bills. I will find out if you and he may be eligible for help with food and cash benefits.

  38. i need help paying my electric bill. i’ve tried my local low income department but they keep saying that they don’t have the funding

  39. Hello,
    I lost my job in June, due to mental health issues. I need help with paying my mortgage. Which agencies can help me? Wendy V

  40. My electric is disconnected and i have two small boys, three and five…i am a single that has not recieved child support in four yrs and ny xar recently died on me…ive already recieved help from my local church and have no way of getting anywhere … PLEASE HELP!!!

    1. Hi, Stacey, your best bet is the Department of Social Services. Depending on your income you may qualify for help. The will also, locate your husband to make sure he pays child support if he is working.

  41. Please help. I am a disabled senior with very low income. I am able to pay my rent this month because of car problems which ended up to be too high and I can’t even get my car back so now I not only can’t pay my rent I have no vehicle to get to and from my doctors appointments. Can you please guide to to someone that might be able to assist me.
    Vicki Adkisson
    Toriadkisson@yahoo.com
    714-801-0533

  42. I’m in credit card debt and looking for some house to consolidate them most companies I’ve looked into want to charge me over $8000 which I can’t afford I’m looking to pay the stance I just can’t afford to do it at a rate they’re asking to being out of work doing medical issues I’ve had eight operations and 10 years and been out of work I’ve use these credit cards to live on although I’ve been paying them on time what is good what a good standing I’ve never been late with them I just can’t afford it anymore my income has a crushing God history hundred dollars a week I now need a knee replacement it’s going to put me out of work for two months between my life and I my income between social security for both my life and I it Is 3600 a month my expenses with paying off my bills and rent puts us behind every month I need help getting out of the stat I need advice if you could help me it would be appreciated

    1. Hello, Salvatore. Please contact the National Foundation for Credit Counseling (NFCC). They offer free credit card consolidation services. They hopefully can speak the credit card people to negotiate a lower payment. Good luck.

  43. Hello my name os Tabitha i am a single mom of 2. I get food stamps but i dont get any other help. I make about $800.00 a month and spend $600 in rent. I am desperate to find someone that would be willing to help me get help for Christmas. I work year round and would love to be able to put money aside for gift but when there isnt any extra there is nothing to save. My kids get the Santa’s helpers 2 gifts but there aren’t any other things available in my semi small town. I could really use some help getting help.

    1. Hi, Tabitha. You obviously don’t earn enough. I should be able to get assistance from the government, Medicare for the kids and SNAP benefits. Presently Contact charities for help with your bills. Keep in mind this is the time of the years the greatest number of people apply for help. However, if you qualify for emergency assistance that would b be great. Ask for a reference to other charities that can help. Church Charities

  44. I need help with my electric bill i dont have no income my disability is pending please if someone can help me God bless

    1. Hello, Sharon. The Department of Social Services may be able to help you with that utility bill. When you go take documentation of your pending disability.

  45. Hello my name is Brittany Rhodes and Im needing emergency help with my electric and gas bill as they are due to be off any day now!!

    1. Hello, Brittany. Please call the United Way to see what charity programs are available in your city. You may be able to get emergency help with both bills from the Department of Social Services.

  46. I am a senior with a family experiencing financial hardship. We are in need of rent payment assistance. we are receiving food aid now, but our monthly income is not able to cover our basic needs.

    1. Hello, Paul. Have you tried contacting the Department of Social Services for regular assistance? Don’t forget to contact local charities like Salvation Army, St Vincent de Paul and Catholic Charities.

  47. Hey my name is Denise and I am disable. I am need help paying my water bill and light bill . I fell and broke my hip and then I had to have my car fixed so I could get to ny Dr appt. I have ran out of place too apply to if my water is not paid by tomorrow 9/20/2016 it well be turned off . And I really need my water cause my two grandchildren live here.thank you for. Taking the Time to read my story.

  48. I work with the school system I am a ten month employee so for the two months I’m out of work until I go back to work this put me behind in bills I get paid once a month on sth on a set income I ne ned help please

    1. Hello, Tynika. I would suggest you contact the United Way by calling 2-1-1. There are many organization that will help you when you are behind in your bills. I don’t know any that will subsidize the two months you are not working. If you are late with your bills and are in danger of eviction or losing utilities, you can go to the DSS who helps with these issues even if you are not receiving government assistance.

  49. Hi my name is mary I have stage 4 renal cancer and am currently taking chemo I also take care of my 5 grandkids from ages 6 to 16 I have recently moved back into my home with my grandkids we were all out of the home because daughter and son-law were on drugs and very violent they are now in Jail and we were trying to fix the house and get back on our feet when the water co. Turned off the water and have now presented me a bill estimate of over 1500.00 if you can give me any help it would be appreciated thank you

  50. I’m interested in continuing study in Australia but I’m too poor to pay the tuition fees,
    Please can you help me?

  51. Hello my name is Sheneda Love I lost my job in May 2016 moved in with my daughter and I have a 10 year old I have to provide for my oldest daughter doesn’t want us here would like to know where can I get help with housing but I do have charges on my record back 16 years ago.

    1. Hello, Sheena. If you charges are not felonies, you should still be able to get help from DSS. Also contact HUD and United Way. They have connections with many of the resources programs. Tell them your situation and that you need a fresh start. Good luck Sheena.

    1. Hello Lee, please contact the United Way in your state for help. Also, consider emergency help from the DSS and the Salvation Army. Good luck.

    1. Hi, Jill. Please contact the agencies in the post, Local Church Charities If funding has run out contact the United Way by calling 2-1-1 for organization in you city that help with rent. Also consider the Department of Social Services for emergency help.

  52. My light is off I need help in get them on I am a single mother my job close in April I just found work I work part time please help me.

    1. Hello, Yoki. Sorry you are without electricity. Please call United Way, they can give you a full list of organizations that help with utilities. Also, try Salvation Army, and Department of Social Services who give emergency assistance when you qualify financially. Good luck

  53. Hello, I’ve been trying to find a charity to help me pay my bills. I am waiting for disability, dhs cash assistance and ssi. Not sure I’ll even get either and the process takes forever. I have exhausted all of my own resources from paying my bills …….

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