PSEG Long Island has a lot of heart this Valentine’s Day

The Island Now
PSEG Long Island recently presented the Huntington YMCA with a $75,000 Main Street Revitalization grant for the newly-opened Jorge Family Healthy Living Center. Children in the Y’s preschool program wore red and formed a heart for National Wear Red Day. (Photo courtesy of PSEG Long Island)

On Valentine’s Day, PSEG Long Island employees will share the love the same way they do every day of the year: Going above and beyond to do good in the community.

Employees donate their time and effort on behalf of many charitable causes and activities each year across Long Island and the Rockaways. In 2019 alone, employees logged more than 30,000 service hours and participated in over 800 outreach events.

Employees participated in community service activities to support more than 400 not-for-profit organizations, including the American Heart Association’s Go Red for Women campaign, Island Harvest, Ronald McDonald House, Salvation Army, Northport VA, Habitat for Humanity, American Cancer Society, March of Dimes, Book Fairies and more.

“Community service is such a big part of who we are at PSEG Long Island,” said Daniel Eichhorn, president and chief operating officer of PSEG Long Island. “We support our customers in ways that go beyond providing safe, reliable power. We connect with them through their interests and causes as well. We’re proud to say that in the past year, our employees have put in more than 30,000 hours to serve worthy causes throughout Long Island and the Rockaways.”

Submitted by PSEG Long Island

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