Volunteers Lend a Hand in West Virginia

Volunteers in West Virginia

Stepping in to lend a helping hand, Dominion Energy volunteers have restored the grounds of the Watch Me Grow Daycare in Glenville, West Virginia. Bringing supplies and skills, employees from Dominion Energy’s Grantsville Gathering & Processing painted exterior walls, installed chain-link fencing and improved safety by installing a level patio using paving stones. Supporting the community one step further, lunches for the volunteers were purchased from the Olde School Cafe located in the Thomas Center, a community nonprofit striving to build strong kids, strong families and strong communities. A third organization, the Gilmer County Parks and Recreation, also received support that day with a $2,000 charitable donation for improvements at the county’s recreation center.

This was part of an effort over the past year where Dominion Energy volunteers in West Virginia stretched across the state with a goal of making playgrounds safer and more environmentally friendly. Partnering with ten schools, volunteers contributed over 2,500 hours to ten schools and childcare centers, making safer areas for children to play and learn.