Help a neighbor in need! Donations made to the Town’s Neighbor 2 Neighbor program are allocated to non-profits that assist in essential human services for families, children, and the elderly here in Gilbert.
Services could include:
- Prevention of homelessness
- Strengthening families
- Support for victims of abuse
- Positive alternatives for youth
Sign up today to begin your monthly donation of $1, $3, $5 or $10.
Frequently Asked Questions
Who decides how donations are spent? Donations made through this program are allocated to non profits assisting Gilbert low-income residents. Gilbert’s Community Resources Staff develops funding recommendations that are presented to Town Council annually for approval.
Will any of the money be used to pay for administrative costs? No. All donated funds will go directly to nonprofit agencies who help Gilbert residents in need.
Can individuals apply for assistance? No. Only non-profit organizations that provide essential human services to Gilbert citizens may apply.
How much can I donate? You can select one of four options which will be added to your utility bill each month: $1, $3, $5, or $10.
What if I decide not to pay the donation amount? After three months of non-payment of the donation, the unpaid donation amount will be adjusted off the account and will no longer be billed. You will have to reapply to reestablish the donation.
How do I cancel my donation? You may contact the Utility Department at any time to request your monthly donation be canceled. The Utility Department may be reached by calling 480-503-6800 or at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Do I have to sign-up or fill out a pledge card to donate to the donation program? You have a variety of options to apply. You can apply online at the Donation Program web page or call 480-503-6800 to request a donation card be sent to you for completion. You can also send an e-mail directly to the Utilities Department with the required information to sign up.
What types of human service programs will this program fund? Your donation will focus on essential human services for families, children, and the elderly. Services could include: prevention of homelessness, strengthening families, support for victims of abuse, and positive alternatives for youth.
How can I obtain more information about this program? For more information on the water bill portion of the program, please call Gilbert’s Utility Billing Department at (480) 503-6800. Here is more information on human service programs currently funded by Gilbert.
What if I want to make a one-time donation? Donations for any amount can be mady by sending a check payable to the Town of Gilbert to:
Utility Donation Program
50 E. Civic Center Drive
Gilbert, AZ 85296