One thing I feel strongly about when it comes to corporate giving and community support: It doesn’t have to be all about giant checks and grandiose gestures. Sometimes, the most meaningful impacts are one-to-one connections — the chances to have a simple positive impact on a community member’s life.
Category: Neighborhood News
As part of Breast Cancer Awareness Month this October, National Grid Renewables recently hosted a successful fundraising event for breast cancer research. We made a donation of $7,600 to METAvivor, an organization that focuses on funding research for Stage IV metastatic breast cancer.
Food is a great way to connect with people. It’s also, to state the obvious, one of our most basic human needs. That’s why National Grid Renewables loves doing food drives in our project communities.
One of the most exciting and rewarding things we get to do here at National Grid Renewables is helping to teach young people around America about the tremendous opportunities opening up to them in renewables, right there in their communities.
Big Brothers Big Sisters (BBBS) stands as a testament to the power of giving back. Together, we’re making longer-term commitments toward the future.
It was a blast to trade a hard hat for a hair net and put in a morning of hard work helping to pack meals for Second Harvest Heartland.
At National Grid Renewables, we’re proud to play a small role in supporting teams like Rusty Nail Robotics.