Harriman Utility Board - 300 North Roane Street Harriman, TN 37748 - Tel 865 882 3242


Project - "Warming the Hearts"

“Warming The Heart” is an important way to help the elderly and handicapped in assisting with their heating bills. Individuals can have the opportunity of contributing monies that will help the elderly and handicapped in instances when they may not be able to pay these bills themselves.

1.   Here is how it will work:

Harriman Utility Board will pass each donated dollar to the Mid-East Community Action Agency. This agency will distribute the money to those HUB customers needing help in the Roane/Morgan County areas. The plan has been designed so that each dollar(s) individuals donate goes to help someone. No salaries or other expenses will be paid out of these gifts.

2.   Who is eligible to receive help?

Elderly persons 60 years old or older, and handicapped persons who for health reasons cannot pay their full electric bill and those who have recently or temporarily become unemployed. These individuals who are assisted will have no other obvious resource.

3.   How can those who need assistance apply?

Individuals may request an application from the Mid-East Community Action Agency.          (865)354-0450.

4.   How much can I contribute?

Individuals are welcome to donate any amount they wish to and at any time.

The Board, Management, and Employees of the Harriman Utility Board were the first to sign up to contribute to this project. We are urging all customers, who are financially able to contribute to “Warming the Heart” and help those who are not physically able or less fortunate to help themselves.

Harriman Utility Board
300 N. Roane Street
Harriman, TN 37748

Bill Young
General Manager

Lisa Allen
Customer Service/Credit Manager

Mid-East Community Action Agency
1362 N. Gateway Ave.
Rockwood, TN 37854

Jerry Johnson
Executive Director

Tonya Williams
Program Director

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