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Read about PG&E Boosts Clearlake’s Resilience with $75,000 Donation to Emergency Shelter

PG&E Boosts Clearlake’s Resilience with $75,000 Donation to Emergency Shelter

As part of its Respond, Rebuild, Resilience commitment to meeting the challenges of climate change, PG&E has donated $75,000 to the Lake Area Rotary Club Association to purchase a generator for a community center that serves as a vital emergency shelter.

Read about PG&E Welcomes Anova Students Back to Campus with a $100,000 Donation to Help Rebuild after the Tubbs Fire

PG&E Welcomes Anova Students Back to Campus with a $100,000 Donation to Help Rebuild after the Tubbs Fire

Pacific Gas and Electric Company (PG&E) today announced it donated $100,000 to Santa Rosa-based Anova, a provider of educational, behavioral and therapy services for children and teens.

Read about PG&E Provides New Climate Resiliency Grants to Help State Parks Prepare for Natural Disasters

PG&E Provides New Climate Resiliency Grants to Help State Parks Prepare for Natural Disasters

In an effort to protect and enhance California’s state parks system, Pacific Gas and Electric Company (PG&E) is funding resiliency grants to prepare state parks for natural disasters. The resiliency grants, totaling $50,000, are part of a $250,000 PG&E grant to the California State Parks Foundation (CSPF).

Read about PG&E Supports North Valley Organizations in Wildfire-Impacted Communities

PG&E Supports North Valley Organizations in Wildfire-Impacted Communities

PG&E is donating $40,000 to organizations in the North Valley that are helping residents in fire-impacted areas, the energy company announced today (Jan. 22). The donation is part of the energy company’s efforts to help communities rebuild and recover.

Read about PG&E Gives $1 Million to Launch Funding Challenge, Helping Communities Respond to Climate Change Events

PG&E Gives $1 Million to Launch Funding Challenge, Helping Communities Respond to Climate Change Events

PG&E Corporation today (Nov. 13) announced the contribution of $1 million in shareholder funds to launch the “California Climate Challenge,” a new corporate-giving initiative dedicated to helping communities prepare for, withstand, and recover from extreme events caused by climate change.