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Seattle City (spot)Light: Leigh Barreca

City Light’s Leigh Barreca spent three years in the Peace Corps, an experience that exemplifies her love of travel and volunteerism.

City Light Heart and Stroke Walk Volunteers Raise Funds

Seattle City Light volunteers participated in this year’s Puget Sound Heart and Stroke Walk and raised funds for vascular research and education.

City Light Employees Participate in Climb for Himalayan Children Fundraiser

Seattle City Light employees strive to give back to the community by participating in a variety of volunteering and fundraising events. Recently, Len Kannapell and Scott Cooper of City Light’s Conservation division successfully climbed Mount Rainier for the 2015 Climb for Himalayan Children, a fundraiser to support the Contact Center for homeless children in Kathmandu, Nepal.

April Volunteers Live Up to Public Service

Public service means just that, serving the public. This April, dozens of City Light employees put the walk in the talk, volunteering their own time to restore sensitive river waterfront and to rehabilitate the home of an elderly Korean War veteran. On April 19, City Light employees returned to the… [ Keep reading ]

Join Seattle City Light at Fauntleroy Street Tree Planting Nov. 2

The days are getting shorter, the air is a little cooler and it is the perfect time to plant trees in the Seattle. Join Seattle City Light and the Fauntleroy community in planting 20 street trees in this vibrant neighborhood Nov. 2.

City Light Volunteer Climbers Reach Rainier Summit, Raise Money for American Lung Association

On their climb up Washington’s tallest mountain, Seattle City Light employees Ed Richards and Cecile Bamer had two goals – reach the 14,411 foot summit and raise money for the American Lung Association. During the American Lung Association’s Climb for Clean Air, they achieved both.

Seattle City Light Employee Helps With Oklahoma Tornado Relief

We might be far from tornado country in Washington state, but that’s not keeping a Seattle City Light employee from offering a safety-gloved helping hand.

City Light Volunteers Help Customer Through Rebuilding Together Seattle Project

Genesee homeowner Victoria is enjoying the improvements to her home thanks to a team of Seattle City Light and McKinstry employees who volunteered at Rebuilding Together Seattle’s Spring Rebuilding Day on April 27.

City Light Volunteers Partner with Rebuilding Together Seattle to Assist Homeowner with Repairs

A team of 38 Seattle City Light volunteers and family members, along with employees from McKinstry, are working side by side to make a significant difference in the life of one customer as part of Rebuilding Together Seattle’s Spring Rebuilding Day on April 27.

City Light Employees Pitch In At Duwamish Alive Event

Blackberry plants, clover, nightshade, morning glory and other invasive species didn’t stand a chance as 28 Seattle City Light volunteers, including employees and family members, removed the pesky plants at the Duwamish Hill Preserve during the Duwamish Alive event on April 20, as part of Earth Month.