This fall, our parent company, Constellation teamed up with the Houston chapter of Habitat for Humanity to volunteer in Harrel Park (Northeastern Houston) by building walls for Habitat homes as well as installing an irrigation system to help manage the community’s stormwater pond. Over 120 employees, all members of the Constellation family showed up to volunteer and their participation was greatly appreciated by Habitat and the surrounding community.
“Constellation’s generous support speaks to its commitment to underserved communities and Houston Habitat for Humanity,” said Bill Wong, Board Chair for Houston Habitat for Humanity. Wong went on to mention that Constellation uses its energy expertise to better equip homes for energy efficiency, making the company a valuable partner when it comes to repairing older Habitat homes.
Constellation works with Habitat in several parts of the country. We have longstanding partnerships with Habitat in Chicago, Boston, and other regional chapters with which we have helped build communities. For more information on Constellation’s partnership with Habitat for Humanity, click here.
Hurricane Harvey hit Texas as a Category 4 storm with winds reaching 130 mph and water rising as high as 13 feet. The damage was widespread with more than 46 deaths, 32,000 displaced, 40,000 homes damaged, and a projected financial cost of at least $48 billion.
As one of America’s leading competitive energy providers, we recognize our responsibility to help our communities throughout the country — not only by providing business and home energy services, but by spreading positive energy everywhere we go. We strive to serve from the ground up, from our local residents to the small businesses they run
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