Appalachian Power Contributions

Dear Friends,

Appalachian Power contributes to hundreds of organizations in Tennessee, Virginia and West Virginia every year. We are invested in the communities we serve in ways extending beyond the responsibility of providing reliable electricity to our customers. We take our role as a good corporate neighbor seriously, and we intertwine that role in our daily business operations because we realize the importance of ongoing support for the programs and people who are working hard to make a difference in the lives of so many.

At times, our employees step out of their traditional job responsibilities by participating in company-sponsored activities. For example, in 2014 about 300 employees and retirees read aloud to students in West Virginia, Virginia and Tennessee as part of Read to Me Day. We visited about 445 elementary schools, read the same book and left a copy as a gift for the school library. Since 2001, Appalachian Power has donated more than 5,000 books to school libraries and read aloud to 200,000 students.

Our employees volunteer their time building Habitat houses, including one in Huntington, West Virginia, in 2014-15, coaching Little League, serving on local boards or taking part in various community projects. Having caring and generous employees is a bonus for Appalachian Power and enhances our community outreach efforts.

We proudly share the following report as a snapshot of the groups supported by Appalachian Power over the past year. There are so many organizations actively bringing about positive change in the lives of so many, and Appalachian Power is happy to play at least a small role in providing financial and volunteer resources to their causes.

Sincerely,
Charles Patton
Charles Patton
President & Chief Operating Officer
Appalachian Power Company

Appalachian Power Contributions