A Citizen Wherever We Serve
At Georgia Power, we work to make Georgia the best home for everyone. We do it by helping to preserve our state’s economic vitality through our five focus areas of giving – education, arts, environmental, civic and community engagement, and health and human services.
Mapping Our Impact
Our 21st annual Run for the Reason helped raise $1.8M for American Cancer Society.
Forest Park High School students work with Georgia Power volunteers to build bridges.
Crystal Godfrey rallies support in her community to raise money for cancer research.
Georgia Power donates $15,000 to purchase eyeglasses for kids in need.
Georgia Power MVPs donate a much-needed van to the Veterans Empowerment Organization.
We teamed up with the Family YMCA of Greater Augusta to help kids with special needs play softball.
Wendell Harvey brings mobility to the elderly and disabled by building ramps.
Jeff Pajor helps protect the bat population around Plant Bowen.
For more than 30 years, 100 Black Men of Atlanta (BMOA) has dedicated itself to empowering young people from underserved communities to gain educational and career opportunities.
High Museum of Art offers a two-hour STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Art and Math) program for K-8th grade students focused on creative problem solving.
True Colors Annual August Wilson Monologue Competition is open to all Georgia high school students with a focus on Wilson’s American Century Cycle plays.
An intentionally designed, year-round camp adapted to meet the needs of children with disabilities.
Transforming neighborhoods through development, training, volunteerism and homeowner education programs.
The Fernbank Museum of Natural History provides educational exhibits, experience films and curriculum-based programs on science and the natural world.
Neighborhoods Focused on African-American Youth supports pre-K to middle school students through Community Study Hall.
Working to protect and provide stewardship for the middle Chattahoochee River basin.
FIRST Robotics competition challenges students to design and build their own robots.
Giving students a chance to participate in environmental and leadership challenges through workshops with Georgia Power business leaders.
Providing environmental education and conservation programs for students.
Georgia’s largest youth leadership organization, encouraging students to become better citizens and grow into responsible adults.
Service in Action
See what we've been up to
View the 2017 Citizenship Report.View Report