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.
Making positive differences in the communities where we live and work is at the core of our employee values at Constellation. One way that we do this is by holding company sponsored events and independent volunteer activities.
The damage left in Hurricane Sandy’s wake has been extensive throughout the Mid-Atlantic and Northeast. To help the American Red Cross provide shelter, food, and support to those affected, Constellation employees plan to contribute.
As we remembered Sept. 11 this year, employees based out of our Baltimore office were honored to join up with veteran-led nonprofit organization 6th Branch and five other leading companies to help revitalize East Baltimore City’s Oliver neighborhood.
We’re excited to announce that the 2012 E2 Energy to Educate Grants program is now officially accepting submissions! Last year alone, Constellation awarded over $500,000 across 14 student projects that reached nearly 26,000 students nationwide.
We are thrilled to establish the Deacon Palmer Endowment Fund with The First Tee of Pittsburgh to enable children in The First Tee of Pittsburgh’s Life Skills Clinics to develop the same life-enhancing values through golf education that Milfred J. (Deacon) Palmer taught his son, Arnold Palmer.
As baseball season is well underway, we’re proud to sponsor a special game this Sunday at Constellation Field, the home of the Sugar Land Skeeters in Texas. Sunday will be the second annual “Strike Out Kids Cancer Event,” a portion of all ticket sales will benefit the Candlelighters Childhood Cancer Family Alliance, which provides emotional,
We’re always in the spirit of innovation, sustainability and energy at Constellation and we’re excited to spend three days this week with students from the Green Street Academy, a new public middle-high school in Baltimore that is focused on preparing scholars to enter the emerging green work force. The activities are part of a longer-term
By Sonya Ulen Director, Load Response, Constellation Energy Over the past 11 weeks, over 100 colleges and universities from across the country have been competing in Lucid’s “Compete to Reduce” competition aiming to conserve the most energy and water in their residence halls. Constellation is proud to award the prize for the New York Region
National Volunteer Week may be over, but Constellation’s commitment to giving back to the community goes on all year long. One of the many initiatives that we are proud to be involved in is the City of Baltimore’s “Power in Dirt” initiative.
What better way to connect with communities during National Volunteer Week than to team up with organizations that are dedicated to making our world a better place! We volunteer to help support organizations all year long, but we’re especially excited to post about one of many activities that our fellow coworkers all over the country
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Constellation is proud to announce another winner of the Community Champions award — the United States Tennis Association (USTA) Georgia for its tennis education for children. The USTA is a nationally recognized governing body that officiates professional tennis competitions.