If you're in a pinch and can't afford to pay your utility bills, there's a new fund in Scotland that can help.
The Robertson Trust is offering up to $20,000 to help people in Caithness, Scotland, pay their bills, the Caithness Courier reports.
The money will come from a new state fund called the Home Heating Support Fund, which is designed to help people who are struggling with their energy costs.
"The fund seeks to provide financial relief to energy consumers who are experiencing significant financial hardship and strives to provide this support to households regardless of the fuel or payment method used," says a press release from the trust.
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