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We build coalitions with diverse communities across the state through education, corporate stewardship and goodwill. Browse this page to take a look at the most recent news, community partnerships and education initiatives from Georgia Power Corporate Relations.


We educate customers on our initiatives by teaching energy efficiency to empower customers about how to save money on their electric bill.


We strive to build advocacy and coalitions around energy issues such as environmental justice, making sure myths are dispelled, and share actual data.


We elevate the brand in diverse communities by demonstrating our mantra of being:
"A Citizen Wherever We Serve."

The power of partnership

The Power of Partnership is evident in countless ways due to our collaborative efforts with amazing organizations who continue to fulfill their missions, particularly as it relates to community development, engagement, and advocacy. We focus on diverse customer communities. African American, Hispanic/Latinx, Asian, LGBTQ, Women, and Seniors. Some of the initiatives that we support and participate in include the Aging Well Expo, Atlanta Cinco de Mayo, Copa United, Hispanic Leaders Luncheon, Religious Leaders Luncheon, JapanFest and Pride Atlanta.

We are highlighting 6 diverse partner organizations within the customer communities we serve.

The Power of Partnership

Engaging in diverse communities

Georgia is home to incredible organizations doing great work for our communities. We are proud to partner with many of them on community-focused in-person and virtual events throughout the year.

Pillars of Social Justice

Southern Company is committing to $200 million over five years to advance racial equity and social justice in our community. Georgia Power's commitment to Social Justice is $75 million or $15 million annually from 2021-2025. The investments will focus on 3 Pillars: Criminal Justice, Economic Empowerment & Community Investment, and Education Equity. In addition, Southern Company has committed to 5,000 employee mentors, Georgia Power's commitment is 250 employees to engage as mentors annually.

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