Dominion Energy gives $150K for Hurricane Florence relief
Dominion Energy announced on Friday it will help with funding for organizations to help those in need after Hurricane Florence.
Dominion Energy is giving $150,000 for relief efforts through four non-profit community partners: One SC Fund/Central Carolina Community Foundation, Harvest Hope Food Bank, Salvation Army and American Red Cross.
“Dominion Energy supports the communities we serve by providing philanthropic support, not only during times of crisis, but year round," Kristen Beckham, external affairs representative of Dominion Energy, said. "We are dedicated to supporting South Carolina families through this time of disaster and are committed to helping our communities rebuild for the future."
Dominion Energy says it plans to contribute more than $30 million in 2018 to community causes throughout its footprint and beyond through its Dominion Energy Charitable Foundation and other programs.