For each customer who enrolls in NIPSCO's free paperless billing service
between now and March 31, the company will donate $10 to Red Cross chapters
across the state, to help provide critical services for people affected by
disasters or coping with separation due to military assignments including:
•Community Disaster planning and preparedness.
•Disaster relief and recovery assistance for individuals and families.
•Emergency communication and financial support for military personnel and
“We’ve all witnessed the devastating effects of natural disasters such as
Hurricane Sandy and other emergency events on a national scale,” NIPSCO CEO
Jim Stanley said. “It’s important that we’re prepared if something happens
in our own backyard. The Red Cross is the organization that can help and
we’re pleased to support their efforts.”
“We thank NIPSCO and its customers for their support of the Red Cross
mission and work in response to the needs of our community,” Red Cross CEO
John Lyter said. “Whether we’re helping a family recover from a house fire,
teaching people how they can be prepared for all types of emergencies, or
assisting the nation’s military and their families at home, this partnership
will help ensure the Red Cross is there for those who need us.”
Signing Up for
is Free and
The paperless billing option is a free and convenient way for customers to
manage their account and help the environment at the same time. Simply visit
NIPSCO.com and select “Manage Your Account” to sign up for free paperless
Direct e-Bill services.
Instead of receiving a paper bill in the mail, customers receive an e-mail
notification that their utility bill is available to view the same day it’s
E-bill customers can continue to mail their payment if they prefer. Or, they
can pay their bill on-line at no charge and perform other business on their
account, such as signing up for the Budget Payment Plan. The e-mail
notification also includes a link to electronic versions of monthly bill
inserts, customer newsletters and other important account information.
Learn more about what your local American Red Cross chapter is doing in your
community by visiting redcross.org