While temporary COVID-19 emergency response measures have ended, our commitment to our customers will never change. The Energy Assistance Fund (EAF) can provide short-term relief, we can also help you find the right long-term assistance programs for your needs.
The Energy Assistance Fund (EAF) is SCE's charitable, non-profit organization that offers direct payment assistance to those in need, including seniors on fixed income, young families with children, and veterans. Your contribution isn't just about helping families with their bill - it's about preventing families' food from spoiling in the refrigerator and allowing them to afford other important expenses, like medication or clothes for their children. Please invest in our communities.
Electricity is a basic necessity. Because of unexpected expenses, many customers find themselves facing financial hardship. The Energy Assistance Fund (EAF) is committed to providing critical support to those when they need it most.
In partnership with the United Way of Greater Los Angeles, we have provided one-time bill payments of up to $200 for nearly 300,000 qualified Southern California households since EAF started in 1982. Last year alone, 10,000 SCE customers received help.
Just a few pennies can make a difference.
Add a monthly fixed donation amount to your bill (ie. $5) or make a one-time donation in any amount. Call 1-800-205-8596.
Prefer to donate directly? Through United Way, you can simply and securely donate to the Energy Assistance Fund using your credit card, in the amount that’s right for you.
We welcome your one-time donation by check or money order by mail to:
Energy Assistance Fund
1515 Walnut Grove Ave., 2nd Floor
Rosemead, CA 91770.
For more information on ways to donate to EAF, please contact EAFAdministration@sce.com.
We work with United Way and over 80 community-based organizations, which help qualified customers apply for assistance.
To qualify, your SCE bill must be in your name and the address on the bill be your primary residence. You must also meet certain income guidelines.
Contact one of our participating community agencies near you to learn more.