Bringing good energy to our communities
Serving our Communities
Community involvement is not only a top priority at FirstEnergy, it's also a way of life. Why? Because we know that the success of our company is directly linked to the investments and commitments we make to our communities.
We stand behind our philosophy that The Greater Good is Better Business, and we do so by reaching out to help our neighbors and friends, and by supporting the communities where we live and work.
In partnership with other businesses, government and the nonprofit sector, we've pledged our resources and the FirstEnergy Foundation to help make our neighborhoods and communities attractive places to live, work and do business.
We work with community leaders to cultivate and execute initiatives for civic, economic and social well-being, and our employees enthusiastically volunteer their time and contribute financial support to a variety of community efforts.
As part of our support of science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) initiatives, FirstEnergy offers annual grants of up to $1,000 to educators at schools and youth groups. Learn more.
The resources of FirstEnergy and the FirstEnergy Foundation, combined with the energy and enthusiasm of our employes, benefit hundreds of organizations and thousands of people each year. Learn more about our support of two of these programs: the United Way and Harvest for Hunger.
Sponsorships and Community Support
We are proud to support sports teams and events across our service area. From professional sports stadiums to summer festivals, we're powering fun in our communities. Learn more.
FirstEnergy employees have a proud history of volunteerism in the communities where they live and work. Learn more.
We are committed to improving the quality of life where our customers and employees live and work. Learn more and view our view our Community Impact Report.
FirstEnergy Foundation Grant Helps Habitat for Humanity Complete 'Most Unique Build’ for NJ Family
Potomac Edison Incentivizes Electric Vehicle Charging During Off-Peak Hours to Save Residential Customers Money and Take Pressure Off the Electric Grid
Mon Power Employees Remove More than 5,000 Pounds of Trash and Recyclables from Route 20 through Adopt-A-Highway Program