Employees of UGI Utilities, Inc. recently donated their time and talents to a number of community service organizations across UGI’s 45-county Pennsylvania service territory. These activities ranged from spring clean-ups and beautification projects to repairs and facilities improvements. Projects included:
- As part of the Greater Susquehanna Valley United Way Day of Action, UGI employees cleaned-up the playground and spread mulch in the garden at the Salvation Army in Sunbury.
- In conjunction with the United Way of Wyoming Valley, UGI employees participated in the organization’s 25th Anniversary Day of Caring by performing clean-up and maintenance work at the Jewish Community Center Day Camp in Dallas and the Rock Rec Sports Complex, Trucksville.
- During the United Way of Franklin County’s Day of Caring, UGI volunteers did spring maintenance and planted flower beds at The Francis Leiter Center, Chambersburg. Employees also stacked, sorted, and placed books by genre in preparation for Wilson College’s Book Fair to benefit Franklin County Legal Services.
- As part of the Volunteer Challenge conducted by the Volunteer Center of the Lehigh Valley, UGI employees built and installed raised garden beds in Mosser Village Family Center, Allentown, and bike storage for Community Bike Works, Allentown.
- At the Schuylkill United Way Day of Caring, UGI performed outdoor maintenance at Avenues Foundation in Pottsville.
- And, at Opportunity House in Reading, UGI employees planted flower beds and concluded the day by preparing and serving dinner.
“UGI Utilities and our employees have a long history of engagement in the communities where we live and work,” Keith Dorman, vice president of communications and community relations, said. “These projects are excellent examples that demonstrate our commitment to our communities doesn’t stop at the end of the work day.”
UGI Utilities is a natural gas and electric utility with headquarters in Reading, Pennsylvania. UGI serves more than 690,000 customers in 45 Pennsylvania counties and one county in Maryland. Customers and community members are invited to visit the UGI website at www.ugi.com; our Facebook page at www.facebook.com/ugiutilities; or follow us on Twitter at www.twitter.com/ugi_utilities.
UGI employees Thea Phalon, Diane Riotto, and Lori Hoffman prepare to assist with spring clean-up at Avenues Foundation, Pottsville.