Energizing Our Communities

Camp Camellia volunteers

Energizing Our Communities is a grassroots effort driven by Dominion Energy volunteers across the many states and communities served by Dominion Energy. Each year, hundreds of employee volunteers put their talent, time and efforts into improving their home towns in many different ways during a year-long project blitz. Local employee volunteer councils work with parks, zoos, schools, shelters and other organizations to choose projects.

2019 Energizing Our Communities Projects

We’re excited to kick off our 20th year of employee-lead projects. We’re hoping to do more projects than ever. Just last year, 639 volunteers completed 30 projects in eight states. The Dominion Energy Charitable Foundation supported the projects with $70,500 in funding.

In 2018, 639 volunteers completed 30 projects in eight states. The Dominion Energy Charitable Foundation supported the projects with $70,500 in funding for projects such as:

  • Western Reserve Land Conservancy
    Planted trees in partnership with the Arbor Day Foundation to create a tree canopy in Ohio
  • Tioga County Partnership for Community Health
    Built a community pavilion for nature education in Pennsylvania
  • Southern Utah Anglers
    Planted native trees and landscaping to assist with erosion control measures in Utah
  • Friends of Lake Anna
    Installed ramp to increase accessibility for mobility challenged visitors in Virginia
  • Doddridge County Family Resource Network
    Installed a pollinator garden and increased safe access to the playground in West Virginia
  • Woodland Dunes
    Continued three year restoration of the Cattail Boardwalk in Wisconsin
  • Rock Springs Main Street URA
    Assisted with the restoration and installation of community art sculpture in Wyoming