For Immediate Release
ComEd Media Relations
Employees reignite annual volunteering campaign to spread holiday cheer
CHICAGO (Dec. 6, 2018)– With the holiday season officially in full swing, ComEd employees are once again working to make this December bright for those in need through the company's "12 Days of Community Energy" campaign. As part of the third-annual initiative, employees will donate their time, energy, and financial resources to nonprofit organizations throughout ComEd's northern Illinois service territory.
"At ComEd, our mission of 'Powering Lives' goes beyond providing safe and reliable energy for our customers. As your neighbor, our employees take seriously the responsibility to give back to the communities where we live and work," said
Joe Dominguez, chief executive officer of ComEd. "I'm inspired by how dedicated our people are to serve both our customers and the community by working to make the holidays bright for so many."
Powering a cleaner and brighter future for customers and communities is ComEd's purpose. So far in 2018, the men and women of ComEd have logged more than 25,000 volunteer hours, a number that continues to grow year after year. In addition to donating time, ComEd employees have been generous with their financial giving this year, donating $1.3 million through an employee giving campaign with United Way.
This year's "12 Days of Community Energy" projects include:
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