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SDG&E gives $1m in grants to local charities

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SAN DIEGO (CBS 8) - SDG&E is giving out a million dollars in grants to local charities that provide basic needs through a variety of social services.

The Helping People in Need Initiative provides grants to 100 non-profit organizations that promote environmental and social services in diverse and underserved communities of San Diego County.

SDG&E is also committed to helping people in need find ways to lower their energy bills.

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