jump to example.com
 

Dominion Energy supports community needs by giving more than $1 million to charity

dominion energyAs part of its ongoing commitment to communities, Dominion Energy is jump-starting the new year with more than $1 million in Critical Community Needs grants to help feed, shelter and care for people in need across the company’s footprint. Donations will be shared by 161 nonprofit organizations providing critical community services in 11 states.

state-by-state listing of all recipients and videos showing how programs are helping people in need are posted online.

“While many of us look forward to a new year, we recognize that many people in our communities struggle to afford the basics needed for a secure, healthy and productive life,” said Hunter A. Applewhite, president of the Dominion Energy Charitable Foundation. “These grants will help fill critical needs for nutritious food, safe shelter and the medical care essential for a better future.”

This is the third year that the company has given more than $1 million in Critical Community Needs through its charitable arm, the Dominion Energy Charitable Foundation.

Examples of grant recipients include:

  • ForKids Inc. of Norfolk, Va., for expanding educational services and supporting homeless children and families in the Hampton Roads region.
  • Meals on Wheels of Chesapeake for delivering meals and helping keep seniors healthy, safe and independently living in their own homes.
  • Mobile Hope Association of Loudoun for providing homeless youth with emergency housing, basic needs, financial assistance for schooling and life skills training.
  • Neighborhood Resource Center of Greater Fulton in Richmond for serving neighborhood children and families with its garden, kitchen and food pantry.
  • Green Urban Lunch Box of Salt Lake City, Utah, for its Back-Farms project connecting low-income, elderly homeowners with garden apprentices who help them convert surplus backyard space into productive urban farms.
  • Operation Warm, Inc., for providing brand-new winter coats to West Virginia schoolchildren in need.
  • St. Clair Superior Development Corporation of Cleveland, Ohio, for its efforts to reduce lead poisoning by educating residents on safe removal of toxic paint from their homes.

Dominion Energy (NYSE: D), headquartered in Richmond, is one of the nation’s largest producers and transporters of energy. The Dominion Energy Charitable Foundation is dedicated to improving the physical, social and economic well-being of the communities served by Dominion Energy. The foundation supports nonprofit causes that meet basic human needs, protect the environment, promote education and encourage community vitality. For more information, visit the company’s website at www.dominionenergy.com.

 
Discussion
  • UVA 9, Austin Peay 3, 15:32/1st media timeout. Good look on offense at the outset. Cavs are 4-8 from the field.

  • From the Don’t Get Too Excited Dept: KenPom has Austin Peay at 316 of the 351 D1 teams.

  • Jay Huff makes his first appearance.

  • Jay Huff hits a three on his first offensive possession as a ‘Hoo.

  • Virginia leads 19-5, Austin Peay timeout, 12:40/1st. Huff and Guy back-to-back threes. Expect to see that happen a few more times the next three years.

  • UVA 27, Austin Peay 7, 7:48/1st. Govs are 2-8 from the floor with 12 TOs. UVA 11-18 from the floor.

  • Marco Anthony makes his UVA debut.

  • Jay Huff is 5-of-5 from the floor with 11 points. Virginia leads 38-13, 4:05/1st

  • Need to look up the last time UVA basketball had 50 points in a half.

  • Halftime: Virginia 51, Austin Peay 22. UVA 19-27 FG (70.4%), Austin Peay (8-20 FG (40%) and 12 TOs.

  • UVA 63, Austin Peay 28, 15:53/2nd. The starters need to get their sweats on right about now. No sprained ankles up 35.