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Activism in April: HR Employees from Around Exelon Embrace the Spirit of Philanthropy

Exelon employees are committed individual volunteers. We encourage them to support the causes they’re passionate about.

 

 

More than 36 employees from PECO, Exelon Generation and BSC came together to sort clothes and supplies for children in need in the West Conshohocken community on Tuesday, April 12.https://www.exeloncorp.com/newsroom/PublishingImages/Activism in april/Activism in april 3.jpgMore than 36 employees from PECO, Exelon Generation and BSC came together to sort clothes and supplies for children in need in the West Conshohocken community on Tuesday, April 12.
Employees donned hair nets and aprons to shovel, scoop and package nearly 5,000 pounds of rice and beans for Chicago neighbors in need on Thursday, April 14.https://www.exeloncorp.com/newsroom/PublishingImages/Activism in april/Activism in april 2 copy.jpgEmployees donned hair nets and aprons to shovel, scoop and package nearly 5,000 pounds of rice and beans for Chicago neighbors in need on Thursday, April 14.

​This year was the first time our HR employees organized HR team events at their major work cities as team-building events.  Not only was it a great opportunity to get to know co-workers, but they were also able to provide approximately 1,000 volunteer hours to their communities in Baltimore, Chicago and Philadelphia.

“I’m proud to be a part of an organization and an HR department that has a spirit of philanthropy, passion and commitment to offering opportunities that allow employees to help make our communities a better place,” said Janae Lawson, executive admin coordinator at Constellation.
 
Baltimore – Chesapeake Habitat for Humanity
Nearly 25 employees used jackhammers and sledgehammers to assist in the construction of a house on McCabe Avenue in West Baltimore on Wednesday, April 13.

Chicago – Greater Chicago Food Depository
Employees donned hair nets and aprons to shovel, scoop and package nearly 5,000 pounds of rice and beans for Chicago neighbors in need on Thursday, April 14. 

Philadelphia – Cradles to Crayons
More than 36 employees from PECO, Exelon Generation and BSC came together to sort clothes and supplies for children in need in the West Conshohocken community on Tuesday,  April 12. 

 

 

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