Southwestern Electric Power Company Contributions

Dear SWEPCO customers,

Providing power is our priority, and we work every day to make sure communities in Arkansas, Louisiana and Texas receive the safest, most reliable and affordable energy service. One way we show our appreciation for customers is through community service and partnerships.

Hundreds of SWEPCO employees generously share their knowledge, time and effort to support many different organizations, and in 2017, SWEPCO investors and shareholders supported hundreds of organizations, agencies and causes. Whether it was supporting programs for those impacted by Alzheimer’s, providing the opportunity for thousands of students to enroll in swim lessons, or sparking the curiosity of high school students through robotics programming, SWEPCO was proud to contribute financial support to organizations that are doing incredible work.

This report includes a list of some of the agencies that received contributions from SWEPCO and our parent company, American Electric Power.

The East Texas Alzheimer’s Alliance (ETAA) was one of our beneficiaries in 2017. The ETAA was founded in February 2017 by a group of individuals comprised of doctors, lawyers, caregivers, hospice and long-term care who saw a need in the community for local services serving individuals and families in the East Texas area. The purpose of the East Texas Alzheimer's Alliance is to provide local support and assistance to the many East Texans suffering from or impacted by Alzheimer's.

Agencies and non-profits like the East Texas Alzheimer’s Alliance do so much to help our citizens. At SWEPCO, supporting the neighborhoods and communities where we live and work are a top priority. We may be a power company, but our true power in our communities comes from our people.


Malcolm Smoak
Interim President and COO

Texas Contributions