Tag: Project Share
Seattle City Light has teamed up with the Mariners and Sounders this year to increase customer awareness of energy conservation and efficiency programs.[More]
With more than 2,500 Utility Discount Program sign-ups this year, we’ve met our annual goal for enrollment. But Seattle City Light’s mission is to provide the best customer experience of any utility in the nation, so we aren’t satisfied with simply meeting the goal. We’re still headed out into the community with sign-up events at community service centers, food banks, multifamily communities, and more.[More]
Seattle City Light employees raised $2,400 for Project Share when they held a classic car show and barbecue Aug. 1 at the South Service Center.[More]
City Light has finalized its Race and Social Justice Initiative (RSJI) work plan for 2014. As part of its RSJI plan for the year, Seattle City Light will focus on the equity areas of education, equitable development, housing, jobs/economic justice, the environment, and service equity. The work plan is part of a larger citywide effort […][More]
Posted: April 7th, 2014 under Power Lines.
Tags: Boundary, development, economic justice, education, environment, equity, Homewise, housing, HUB/WMBE, jobs, Kalispel Tribe, Powerful Neighborhoods, Project Share, race and social justice, RSJI, Seattle University, Seattle Youth Employment Program, service equity, Skagit, Skagit River tribes, Tuition Reimbursement Program, utility discount program, work plan
Seattle City Light’s annual Warm Hearts, Warm Homes event raised over $5,100 Feb. 13 for three Washington charities. The Valentine’s Day fundraiser supports our community members in need through employee contributions.[More]
Posted: February 19th, 2014 under Power Lines.
Tags: Borracchini's Bakery, Neighbors in Need, Pend Oreille County, Project Share, Seattle City Light, Skagit County Community Action Agency, Warm Home Fund
Seattle City Light employees showed their care for their communities during a Valentine’s Day fundraiser that contributed more than $5,000 to three charities.[More]
The Project Share customer-supported emergency assistance fund at Seattle City Light can be the difference that keeps homes warm and the lights on for people struggling through financial crisis. You can help.[More]
Here’s an opportunity to give twice this holiday season. Buy one of Seattle City Light’s 2013 Shrinking Bigfoot calendars for $10 and you’ll also be contributing to Project Share, an emergency utility fund to help customers in need.[More]
Elementary students in the Seattle City Light service territory are using art to bring our community steps closer to shrinking our carbon footprint.[More]
Seattle City Light is looking for young artists to participate in a Shrinking Bigfoot art contest. The utility is asking them to share their ideas for shrinking their carbon footprints by reducing their energy consumption.[More]