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Community outreach and volunteerism

At Kentucky Power, we make it our mission to contribute in a meaningful way to the health and vitality of the 20 eastern Kentucky counties we serve – where we also live and work. We are proud of our communities and are just as proud to be a part of them. That’s why giving back and being a good neighbor are core values we hold close to our hearts.

Our company and employees can often be found donating their time, talent and treasure to a variety of causes and missions for the betterment and growth our communities. Through projects big and small, we endeavor to leave a legacy of community support and stewardship.

We are proud to support our community in these ways and many more:

Power Up the Pantry

Kentucky Power partners with WYMT to present Power Up the Pantry events in August. The goal of the food drive and fundraiser is to replenish depleted food pantries in Kentucky. Donations have benefited God’s Pantry and Facing Hunger Food Banks, which support other local pantries throughout eastern Kentucky. Last year, nearly $18,000 was raised and nearly 4,000 pounds of food was donated, which translates to about 130,000 meals. Power up the Pantry is made possible by Kentucky Power volunteers who manage the day-long events in all three service districts – Ashland, Hazard and Pikeville.

‘Go Pink’ in October

During October, our field employees wear pink hard hats to promote breast cancer awareness. Kentucky Power's culture is rooted in community involvement. In this way, we support not only our neighbors, but the vital groups that improve life in eastern Kentucky - the arts, education, hospitals, volunteer fire departments, emergency responders, senior citizens and other civic and non-profit organizations. We believe it’s important to contribute to these efforts and to partner with those who make them a success.

Free Tree Day

Since 2006, Kentucky Power volunteers have given away thousands of tree saplings in celebration of April’s two major environmental awareness days – Earth Day and Arbor Day. Tree Day is an annual opportunity for us to show our support of environmental sustainability and to communicate to customers the potential hazards of planting trees around power lines and electrical equipment. April is also National Safe Digging Month. Customers are always encouraged to call 8-1-1 before beginning a planting or digging project.

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