Just days before the Valentine’s Day holiday, a group of 24 Constellation Energy employees and their children gathered in Baltimore at Stadium Place, an affordable urban retirement community developed by GEDCO (Govans Ecumenical Development Corporation).
The volunteers worked with residents of Stadium Place creating Valentine’s Day cards as well as packaging homemade cookies. After enough cards were made and cookies packaged, the children then visited various apartments to hand-deliver the items to many grateful older adults.
On Valentine’s Day, Constellation Energy employees all over the Baltimore area participated in the American Heart Association’s “Go Red for Women” campaign to support the fight against heart disease. Employees were asked to wear red and consider a donation of $5.00. Through this initiative, the company raised approximately $2,000.
An additional $1,000 was raised during a Valentine’s Day Bingo held at Constellation Energy’s headquarters in the Baltimore office to support the American Heart Association.
Stay tuned for more stories like this to unfold as more holidays take place throughout the year!
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