Atlanta Gas Light employees embody our corporate value of “generosity of spirit” through their participation in a variety of community service activities. In some cases, the commitment has lasted for years.
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May 31 — Habitat Kick Off
Sept. 20 — American Heart Association (AHA) Heart Walk in Atlanta
Sept. 25 – AHA Heart Walk in Macon
We’re proud to support an innovative partnership between the American Red Cross and Georgia 811 to increase the available blood supply for Atlanta-area residents. These two organizations have teamed up to collect 811 gallons of blood donations by 8/11. Our Atlanta-area employees can contribute for the 811 by 8/11 by participating in several upcoming blood drives.
The second week in May is Volunteer Week at Atlanta Gas Light. This year, employees participated in more than a dozen volunteering opportunities — from delivering meals to seniors for Meals on Wheels, to cleaning up outside of service centers to baking and sending treats to our overseas troops.
Keeping Customers Safe Through First-Ever Joint Exercise
Atlanta Gas Light recently held a joint safety training exercise that demonstrated what the company’s protocol is when a customer alerts us to an odor of natural gas.
In April, our employees walked and raised funds for several March for Babies that benefited March of Dimes.
April 12—March for Babies Macon
April 19—March of Dimes Hall County (Gainesville)
Our parent company AGL Resources sponsored Junior Achievement Day for Parkside Elementary students in grades 3-5 in Atlanta.
Habitat for Humanity
Atlanta Gas Light, in partnership with Atlanta Habitat for Humanity, dedicated the first home in what will be an environmentally sustainable community in metropolitan Atlanta. For eight Saturdays, more than 125 Atlanta Gas Light volunteers helped to build this very special Habitat home. Watch the videos to learn more!
Atlanta Gas Light employees in the northwest metro region volunteer on a regular basis at MUST Ministries, a faith-based non-profit organization. Volunteer efforts include collecting winter coats, organizing food drives to assist MUST in serving meals to the homeless and, most recently, coordinating a monthly sandwich-making session to help feed the homeless. Before work, Atlanta Gas Light volunteers bring their own food and supplies, prepare and then transport the sandwiches to MUST Ministries. Typically, they average approximately 200 sandwiches per session!