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Three Mile Island Employees Come Through for United Way

Exelon workers collect more than $210,000 for local and regional charities.


LONDONDERRY TOWNSHIP, Pa. - Exelon employees at Three Mile Island Generating Station have donated more than $210,000 to the United Way's 2012 Capital Region campaign. Over the past five years, Three Mile Island employees and Exelon have donated more than $1 million to the United Way.

"The employees at Three Mile Island have consistently been some of our strongest supporters," said Joseph Capita, President and CEO of the United Way of the Capital Region.   "We have been able to count on them to make generous contributions that help us meet the expanding needs of the region."

"Our employees have a deep sense of giving back to the community and it shows in their level of commitment to the United Way," said Rick Libra, TMI's site vice president.

A total of 247 TMI employees participated in the United Way's 2012 campaign. Exelon and Three Mile Island implement a variety of incentive programs to encourage employee participation throughout the year.