In Kentucky, LG&E and KU President and CEO Paul Thompson is helping lead and co-chair Metro Louisville’s community-wide supplier diversity task force.
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PPL Electric didn’t allow the COVID-19 pandemic to prevent it from teaching children about electrical safety.
For 100 years, we have had a special connection to our local communities, knowing that the service we provide is essential to families and businesses.
As part of its overall partnership with the organization, LG&E has been a proud sponsor of JA of Kentuckiana’s “BizTown” for the past 15 years. The program gives fifth-grade students an introduction to managing finances, exploring a variety of careers and thinking like an entrepreneur.
Empowering communities that thrive and succeed is important to us. In Kentucky, @LGEKU efforts have contributed to the growth of business and jobs in the areas they serve.
The shrieks from kids racing down the slide, the laughter of grandparents playing with their grandchildren, the crack of a bat connecting with a fastball as the crowd cheers. These are the sounds that echo throughout Veterans Memorial Park in Newport, Pennsylvania. Just a couple of years ago, this park wasn’t so lively.
For many kids, summer vacation is a chance to kick back, relax and take a break. For the youths who spend their summer working at the LEAF Project, this is their time to get up early, work hard and bloom into the leaders of tomorrow.
With smartphones, iPad and laptops, many of us take for granted the ease of accessing the internet. But for LGBT youth who may be homeless or housing insecure due to familial homophobia, the Cyber Center at Bradbury-Sullivan LGBT Community Center serves as a lifeline.
Crews from PPL’s operating utilities are often called to help restore power in other regions, and under their mutual assistance agreements, can call in help from other utilities when it is needed.
A bright future in science, technology, engineering or math (STEM) is closer than ever for girls in central Pennsylvania, thanks to a new mobile stem lab from the Girl Scouts in the Heart of Pennsylvania (GSHPA).