We care about our employees, contractors, and customers and our efforts will ensure that we are prepared to manage potential impacts from the spread of COVID-19 as we monitor the developments closely. We're here to help our customers through financial hardship. We're suspending disconnects for customers unable to pay their bills and waiving new late payments charges through at least May 1st. We'll be working with customers on a case-by-case basis to establish payment arrangements and identify energy assistance options to address their specific needs.
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At ComEd, we invest in organizations that support education, the environment, arts and culture, and neighborhood development programs. With a proven track record in addressing key community needs, we focus our funding on programs that can deliver measurable and sustainable improvements in the communities in which we serve and operate our business.
Now Available: We are happy to announce that our new online giving platform, CyberGrants, is now available! Please click on the appropriate application link to submit your request. For Dues/Memberships or In-Kind requests, please choose the Exelon Grant Application.
To enhance the quality of life in cities, villages, and towns in the ComEd region and among Metropolitan Mayors Caucus member communities, ComEd has created the Powering Safe Communities grant program, which awards grants of up to $10,000 to support municipal public safety initiatives. Learn more about the program’s eligibility requirements and
Understanding that open space in our communities is a crucial element of the quality of our lives, ComEd partners with Openlands to administer the ComEd Green Region Program, which awards grants to public agencies supporting their efforts to plan for, protect, and improve open space in ComEd’s service area of northern Illinois. Grants of up to $10,000 support open-space projects that focus on planning, acquisition, and improvements to local parks, natural areas, and recreation resources. Learn more about how to
Recognizing that access to art in our communities is a crucial element of the quality of our lives, ComEd has partnered with the League of Chicago Theatres to administer the ComEd Powering the Arts Program, which awards grants of up to $10,000 to arts and culture organizations supporting their efforts to reach underserved audiences in ComEd’s service area of northern Illinois. Learn more about the program guidelines and
Our primary focus is on strengthening math and science education—after all, we hire hundreds of engineers and scientists. Recognizing that our future as a company and even as a society depends on the educated youth of tomorrow, we partner with other local organizations to host book drives, essay contests, and other programs and activities that foster a desire to learn from a young age.
Safeguarding the environment is beneficial to our customers, our service communities, and our employees. We are actively working to educate customers about the importance of energy efficiency, and we proudly support nature programs and organized efforts to restore prairie lands.
We believe it’s important to support arts and culture organizations integral to the health and vitality of the communities we serve. Local music and movie festivals, as well as theater productions and other artistic pursuits, enhance our understanding of other cultures and contribute to our education in fun and interactive ways. The arts bring us together.
Through our United Way Campaign and our own charitable outreach programs, we support a wide range of nonprofit organizations—from health and human services providers to after-school programming. Our commitment is continually strengthened in seeing the dedication and passion these groups have for their communities as well as the fulfillment we see in the many ComEd employees who donate their time and energy to organizations dedicated to making a profound impact in the lives of others.
At any time, you may discuss your project with a ComEd Corporate Relations staff member. Please email your contact information and a brief project summary to
ComEd Contributions and include "Request for Discussion" in the subject line. Please do not send a grant proposal with the email.
As part of Exelon 2020, our commitment to mitigating our carbon footprint by the year 2020, we are improving processes that will help our community partners decrease their own carbon footprint. ComEd’s grant application process is now paperless. All applications for program, event and sponsorship support must be submitted on-line.