• October 15, 2021
 Meridian Integration donates to Bright Hearts of El Paso Fund

Meridian Integration donates to Bright Hearts of El Paso Fund

On Tuesday, Meridian Integration LLC, a leading company in digital engagement, implementation, migration and consulting services for the utility industry, announced its financial donation to the Bright Hearts of El Paso Fund.

“We’ve worked with the El Paso Electric team for over eight years and truly enjoy their partnership. Their commitment to the community, especially during a time of crisis, is second to none and we’re happy to support such a great cause,” shares Meridian Integration Chief Executive Officer Jason Deaton.

Meridian donated $10,000 to the fund – an initiative aimed at assisting El Paso County residents who are behind on their electric bill payments – that will now be matched 100% by El Paso Electric (EPE), bringing the total to $20,000.

“We thank the unwavering support of El Paso’s faith community, who inaugurated this very initiative, to partners and vendors that we work with on a daily basis, like Meridian, who underscore how much we are all in this together to help as many families as possible,” reflects EPE President and CEO Kelly Tomblin.

“With so many families still in need for utility payment assistance, we strongly encourage everyone to please contact our Customer Care Team who are ready and willing to get you the assistance you need.”

EPE customers seeking assistance on their electric bill have a number of options available to them.

For a list of these resources and other payment options, customers can contact the EPE Customer Care Team by email at CustomerCare@epelectric.com, by phone at (800) 351-1621, or visit epelectric.com and search Assistance Programs.

The Bright Hearts of El Paso Fund was a partnership between EPE, the faith community of El Paso, and the El Paso Community Foundation.

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