Company is committed to meeting critical needs in the communities it serves
April 17, 2020 — Dynegy today announced it is committing $150,000 to support Ohio communities as they begin the process of economic recovery from COVID-19.
“As the painful effects of this pandemic continue, Dynegy and its employees are honored to assist in this immediate and impactful way to help meet critical needs in the communities we serve,” said Brad Watson, Dynegy’s director of community affairs. “Our company is inspired by the first responders, food bank workers, the community foundations assisting small businesses, and the health care workers fighting on behalf of us all. We stand with you – now, more than ever before.”
The $150,000 donation will directly support communities and individuals to meet their most pressing needs, including funding for food banks, community assistance funds, hospital employees, and more.
“We can’t thank the Dynegy team enough. Your generous donation will help us feed even more families who need our help now more than ever,” said Matt Habash, President & CEO of Mid-Ohio Collective. “In fact, the households we’re now serving at our Kroger Community Pantry have increased by nearly 170 percent compared to this time last year. Your contribution will help us continue to provide healthy and nutritious food to our neighbors across our network.”