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Delmarva Power's Kim Teoli and the Engineers without Borders

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

Changing lives around the globe

Kim Teoli, a General Engineer for Delmarva, has volunteered at various Engineers without Borders (EWB) chapters for more than six years. EWB is a nationwide organization that partners with communities in developing countries to help meet basic human needs.

As the Vice President of the Newark Delaware Professional Chapter, Kim has partnered with Water is Life Kenya to build rainwater catching systems for students at the Imurtot Primary School in Kenya. As many of the school’s students currently do not have access to a consistently reliable water source, she is eager to begin the 5 year-long Kenya Rainwater Catchment Project. The Achievement Award grant will directly benefit initial implementation efforts and help expedite the overall project, which ultimately aims to improve the health conditions and expand the educational opportunities for individuals in the surrounding communities. 

About Exelon’s Energy for the Community Volunteer Awards Program 

Exelon makes grants totaling $200,000 in honor of 24 outstanding employee volunteers for their work in the community. Nonprofits will receive grants of $5,000, $10,000 or $20,000. Since 2007, the awards program has recognized 180 employees and provided more than $1.3 million to their nonprofit partners.

At Exelon, individual initiative drives our success.

Volunteerism is part of who we are. Our employees are purpose-driven in their work – and also on their own time. In 2016, 6,700 Exelon employees spent more than 171,000 hours volunteering with nonprofits in the diverse communities we serve. We encourage them to track their hours so we can recognize and reward their work.

 

 

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