Make a donation. Help keep your Ohio neighbors warm this winter.

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Anyone can get behind when unexpected things happen. The loss of a job, the death of a spouse, major medical bills or other financial hardships can come out of nowhere and make it difficult to stay current with your bills. 

DP&L will provide $115,000 this year, along with customer donations, to warm the homes and hearts of our neighbors in Ohio.

Gift of Power Impact

With DP&L grants and generous customer donations, together we have helped more than 1,000 families prevent disconnection or restore electric service since the program began in 2016. Every donation, no matter the amount, helps local families here in West Central Ohio.

Gift of Power total impact

Give the Gift of Power

You have the power to make a difference! By donating to Gift of Power, you will prevent disconnection or restore power to those in need this winter season. Every dollar given will be administered by The Salvation Army to help friends, families and neighbors stay warm. Help us pay it forward by giving to the Gift of Power Program.

To donate online using your checking account, please click the button below. You will be redirected to DP&L's donation page provide by KUBRA EZ-PAY for payment processing. 

Donate Today

To donate by mail, please send your check or money order, payable to The Salvation Army and mail it to:

The Salvation Army
c/o Gift of Power
1000 N. Keowee Street
Dayton, OH  45404

Please do not include a check with your DP&L bill payment, as your donation should go directly to The Salvation Army. Consult your tax advisor as to the deductibility of your donation. 

 

Receive the Gift of Power

You may apply for the Gift of Power program if:

  • You are a DP&L customer of record, and
  • You have received a disconnection notice or have already been disconnected

Eligible customers may apply beginning January 16, 2018. For more information about the program, or to apply, please call The Salvation Army at 937-528-5145. The program runs through April 15, 2018 or until funds are exhausted.