At Constellation, giving back to the community is an important part of our mission. From Community Champions to volunteering with groups like Habitat for Humanity, Constellation works hard to be a good corporate citizen. In addition to offering financial support for various community programs, we encourage our employees to volunteer, too. Learn more about how your community can benefit from Constellation community programs.
Constellation is more than an energy company. We encourage volunteerism throughout the communities we serve, and in 2015 alone Constellation employees logged more than 20,000 volunteer hours to support communities and programs across America.
Many thanks to Maryland Center for Veterans Education & Training for all their work serving our veterans! Over the last several weeks, Constellation solar managers Rick Justice and Danny Seaman hosted seven MCVET veterans for job shadowing, at our active Henderson Hopkins solar job site.
Now that school days have begun and kids are starting to settle into their new schedules, it’s time to rack your brain for after-school activities your kids can participate in. Sports, youth groups, even part time jobs—anything that will keep them from spending their afternoons and weekends indoors and in front of tv screens.
Constellation, with our parent company Exelon, is committed to advancing renewable energy initiatives and creating economic opportunities in Baltimore and throughout Maryland. We’re proud to announce our support of GRID Alternatives, the nation’s largest nonprofit solar installer, as they kick off a pilot project that is bringing both clean energy and green jobs to the heart
Constellation employees engaged in several volunteer service projects that positively impacted the communities we serve during this year’s National Volunteer Week and Teach For America Week. Collectively, volunteer activities focused on improving education, cleaning up the environment and improving diversity and inclusion initiatives.
Did you know that as a Constellation customer, you can apply for small grants to help fund projects, causes and initiatives that are important to your community? That’s right!
With the holidays just around the corner, you might be thinking about giving back to the community this season. At Constellation we encourage and support our employees’ participation in giving back to the community.
This fall Constellation teamed up with the Houston chapter of Habitat for Humanity to volunteer in Harrel Park (Northeastern Houston) by building walls for Habitat homes as well as installing an irrigation system to help manage the community’s stormwater pond. Over 120 Constellation employees showed up to volunteer and their participation was greatly appreciated by
Constellation recently named 96 new grant recipients through its Community Champions program, which is dedicated to honoring local nonprofit organizations in the 27 states Constellation services. Constellation and StarTex Power customers are able to apply for a grant up to $500 that benefits local non-profits with missions spanning education, youth development and environmental projects.
Twenty five percent of survey participants in FEMA’s 2011 survey said the cost of preparing for a hurricane and confusion surrounding hurricane preparedness meant they did not take as many steps to secure their home as they could have! At Constellation, we wanted to make the process of preparing for a hurricane easier.
Any pests in your home are cause for concern. They’re annoying, could bite and spread diseases, and they can damage your house.