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Many of us take a warm house for granted. Others face winter knowing they can’t afford to heat their homes.

Loup Power District established the Heat Helper Fund with the goal of helping people stay warm. Loup customers can donate to the fund by adding a few dollars to their Loup payment or by writing a check directly to Heat Helper Fund. A donation receptacle is also available at Loup area offices.

All donations will be handled locally through Columbus Emergency Relief, Inc., and 100% of donations are used to pay electric heating bills for Loup Power District customers in Boone, Colfax, Nance and Platte Counties and part of Madison County.  Donations are tax deductible.

Who We Are

Loup Power District received a $7.3 million grant for construction of a canal and two powerhouses in 1933. Today, Loup provides electric service to 22 Nebraska communities and more than 60,000 customers over 2,219 square miles. The District also owns, operates and maintains five parks containing 77 acres of land and 1,100 acres of water.