Our success as a company is tied to the success of the towns and cities we serve. That’s why commitment to the community is at the core of PPL’s values.
Whether it’s the middle of the night, the hottest summer day or an icy winter morning, we know that our customers rely on us to keep the lights on.
We deliver on our promise to customers and we are also dedicated to empowering the communities in which we live and work.
PPL strives to empower economic vitality and quality of life by promoting and enabling vital, sustainable communities, which empower each citizen to fulfill her or his full potential.
Serving the communities we call home is at the core of our values. This value runs deep at PPL, and the spirit of volunteerism and philanthropy is part of our culture.
Whether we’re mentoring budding engineers, tutoring school children, cleaning up neighborhood parks or assisting veterans, we continually seek new ways to invest our time and resources into our communities. It’s how we do business, and it’s our way of keeping our promise to support a brighter future.
The PPL family of companies contributes millions of dollars annually. We partner with hundreds of nonprofit organizations working to improve the quality of life in the communities we serve.
The PPL Foundation promotes the development of sustainable communities and supports our children’s success from cradle to career.
The PPL Foundation contributes more than $3 million annually to a wide variety of nonprofit organizations in eastern and central Pennsylvania.
Learn more about the PPL Foundation and the specific grants available in Pennsylvania.
Conservation lessons flow through hands-on learning at Waterdale Environmental Education Center
The wonder of a sleeping doe. The thrill of discovering a squiggly bug dwelling in a creek. The quiet excitement of observing a woodpecker on a nature trail. These are just some of the amazing discoveries students find at the Waterdale Environmental Education Center. Watch as 100 4th graders are delighted by their day in nature.
Farming project cultivates young leaders
The LEAF Project, which stands for leadership, education and farming, is a farm-based youth employment program in south central Pennsylvania. Youths ages 14 to 22 work alongside farmers, chefs and their peers to develop knowledge about the food system while broadening their self-awareness and building leadership and communication skills.
More than $4.5 million pledged during PPL’s United Way campaign to improve lives and strengthen local communities
Employees, retirees and corporation raise record amount to support others.