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We encourage, support and recruit employees to volunteer for community service projects that bring opportunities and create positive outcomes in to eastern Kentucky. After all, we live and work in these communities and want to play an active part in making them stronger.

Power Up the Pantry

Kentucky Power partners with WYMT and local businesses to Power Up the Pantry which is an annual day-long food drive to replenish depleted area food pantries. The inaugural event in 2019 collected 7.5 tons of food and more than $17,000. Donations benefit God’s Pantry Food Bank and eastern Kentucky community agencies served by Facing Hunger Food Bank. Employees work during the day to staff the various sites around the Kentucky Power territory.

Pink Hard Hats

During October, our field employees wear pink hard hats to promote Breast Cancer awareness.

Kentucky Power's culture is rooted in community involvement. Whether it is supporting the arts, education and area non-profit organizations or investing in economic development projects, Kentucky Power employees believe it is important to invest time and money toward making a difference in our communities. Employees spend numerous hours volunteering their time and talents to our schools, non-profit boards, and other organizations. They volunteer at fairs and festivals and are firmly committed to making a difference.

Distributing Trees

In celebration of Earth Day and Arbor Day, Kentucky Power gives away thousands of low-growth tree saplings to customers every year usually on a spring Saturday morning. Volunteer employees order, sort and plan the distribution of trees for this event.

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