Dominion Energy Donates $1.5 Million to Nonprofit Partners Meeting Critical Community Needs
"The pandemic amplified the most basic human needs including food, shelter and medical care," said Hunter A. Applewhite, President of
Applications were open to eligible organizations in states across
Always Home (
Mystic, Connecticut) to provide homelessness prevention and shelter diversion of low-income families with minor children.
Habitat for Humanity East Central Ohio (
Canton, Ohio) to help low-income homeowners in Canton, Ohiomake necessary repairs to their homes they otherwise wouldn't be able to afford.
Center for Women and Children( Williamsburg, Virginia) to purchase and install generators at Avalon's apartment buildings, which house survivors of domestic violence and sexual abuse.
Autism Society of North Carolina( Raleigh, North Carolina) to provide recreational, educational Edisto Indian Free Medical Clinic( Ridgeville, South Carolina) to provide free primary medical care, medications and laboratory tests for low-income individuals and families. Children's Center( Salt Lake City, Utah) to provide comprehensive mental health services to young children who have experienced trauma and need additional support beyond outpatient services.
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More than 7 million customers in 16 states energize their homes and businesses with electricity or natural gas from
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