Community responsibility has been ingrained in our company DNA for nearly 200 years, and with one click you can join us in supporting our giving efforts.
Each year, thousands of Constellation employees donate their time to “give back” to the communities we serve. During this holiday season, Constellation employees participated in numerous community service programs around the country. One program included donating hundreds of “angels” to The Salvation Army’s Angel Tree Program, which helps aid disadvantaged families during the holiday season.
Yet, Constellation isn’t just made up of the employees that operate the company; it’s fueled by our customers and people that help support us. In staying true to the spirit of holiday giving, we’re asking you to help us give even more and assist us in providing aid to victims of Hurricane Sandy. You can help now by simply clicking the “like” button on the embedded link below! For every “like” we gain on our Facebook page during the month of December, we’ll donate an additional $1 to The Salvation Army’s Hurricane Sandy Disaster Relief Effort, up to $10,000.
We hope you join our giving efforts and have a wonderful holiday!
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