United Way of the Greater Lehigh Valley’s 26th annual Day of Caring brought together more than 85 energetic PPL volunteers to complete community service projects at 10 venues on June 21.
No job was too tough for 26 PPL summer interns who embraced the spirit of helping others by volunteering at the Allentown Rescue Mission.
Summer will be a little more educational and fun for nearly 6,000 children across our service territory thanks to PPL’s Cover to Cover book initiative. Through Cover to Cover, each student in grades K-3 in 20 schools and two summer programs received four books to keep and take home to read over the summer.
When the Valor Clinic contacted PPL’s PPLVets employee group looking for some much-needed food items for veterans, the group answered the call in a big way.
The PPL team trimmed trees, replaced old area lights with new LED fixtures, and installed a new service, fence posts, and stop signs. This will help get the camp in Schuylkill Haven ready for the upcoming season and be more sustainable in the future.
Our trucks can do more than lift line workers into the air. They can lift spirits, too, as they did this spring at events in the Lehigh and Lancaster regions.
Our employees and their family members stepped out May 6 to support the Walk MS Allentown, an event for which PPL Electric Utilities served as presenting sponsor. About 70 people connected to PPL – employees, family members and friends – took part.