PALMCO ENERGY NEWS
Energy Supply Company donates electricity and natural gas supply for one year to hardworking Habitat homeowners in Bridgeport, Connecticut.
Fairfield County, CT—February 21, 2017—PALMco Energy, a family-owned and -operated energy supply company, today announced it will be covering the cost of electricity and natural gas for the Pamphile family, new homeowners through Habitat for Humanity Coastal Fairfield County (Habitat CFC), for one year. This past year, PALMco Energy team members volunteered at Habitat CFC construction sites as well as contributed $3,000 to help support for Habitat for Humanity’s mission to improve lives by partnering with low-income families, community volunteers and donors to build decent and affordable homes in stable and welcoming neighborhoods.
BRIDGEPORT, Conn., Nov. 8, 2016 /PRNewswire/ — PALMco Energy, a family-owned and -operated energy supply company, on Thursday participated in an all-day team building event for Habitat for Humanity Coastal Fairfield County. PALMco Energy team members volunteered for the day at the construction sites of two future single family homes at Newfield Avenue and Jefferson Street in Bridgeport. PALMco Energy also provided a financial donation of $3,000. The donation covered materials, professional project managers, and support for Habitat for Humanity’s mission to make affordable homeownership a choice for everyone.
PalmCo Energy Employees Assemble More Than 140 Backpacks With School Supplies For The Boys & Girls Club of Hudson County,New Jersey
JERSEY CITY, N.J., Oct. 5, 2016 /PRNewswire/ — PALMco Energy announced today a donation of $5,000 to the Boys & Girls Club of Hudson County in Jersey City, New Jersey to support afterschool programming. On Friday, September 30th, over a dozen PALMco Energy team members visited the afterschool program to assemble 144 individual backpacks with the necessary supplies to support students throughout the school year.
BALTIMORE, Sept. 7, 2016 /PRNewswire/ — PALMco Energy has announced a $10,000 donation to Up2Us Sports. A national nonprofit, Up2Us Sports is dedicated to harnessing the power of sports and highly trained coaches to reduce violence, promote health, and inspire academic success for our nation’s most vulnerable youth.
PalmCo Partners With AIDS Action Committee of Massachusetts to Sponsor 30th Annual AIDS Walk & 5K Run Boston
BROOKLYN, NY – June 2, 2015 – Today, PALMco announced a new partnership with the AIDS Action Committee of Massachusetts, New England’s largest AIDS service organization and a leader in the fight against AIDS/HIV. PALMco has contributed $5,000 as the exclusive sponsor of the 30th Annual AIDS Walk & 5K Run Boston event’s 5K Run, matching the donated entry fee from runners who register before June 6th and doubling each new participant’s impact.
BROOKLYN, NY and WALLINGFORD, CT – May 1, 2015 – PALMco announced today its sponsorship of Autism Services and Resources Connecticut’s (ASRC) Walk for Autism on May 3, 2015. As a silver sponsor, PALMco is helping ASRC, the state leader in advocacy, training, and family supports, create a day to remember at its 17th annual Walk for Autism.
BROOKLYN, NY and CHICAGO, IL – March 18, 2015 – PALMco announced today its support of PAWS Chicago, the city’s largest No Kill humane organization focused on creating solutions to end the killing of homeless pets. PALMco contributed $5,000 to support PAWS Chicago’s 9th Annual Animal Magnetism event, which hopes to raise more funds to help save and care for thousands of pets.
PalmCo Intensifies Local Commitment, Raises Funds To Support More Than 11,600 Students By Partnering With DonorsChoose.org
Brooklyn, NY – February 3, 2015 – PALMco announced today that it has successfully raised an additional $25,000 for environmental science classroom projects through DonorsChoose.org, a non-profit crowdfunding platform where teachers can request classroom resources ranging from printer paper to educational magazine subscriptions. The combined $50,000, donated in part by PALMco and 411 individual donors, successfully funded 126 projects at 107 low-income schools in Connecticut, Illinois, Maryland, Massachusetts, New Jersey, Ohio, and Pennsylvania.