Duke Energy and the Carolina Panthers have teamed up to bolster contributions to “Share the Warmth” – a community assistance program established by Duke Energy in 1985 to help Carolinas residents in need pay for heating expenses.
The Duke Energy Foundation recently awarded nearly $300,000 in grants to 12 South Carolina organizations that will fund environmental projects, wildlife conservation efforts and environmental educational programs across the state.
Duke Energy today awarded $253,178 to support 16 projects to aid wetlands, conservation, outdoor nature classrooms, invasive plant removals, water quality, new tree plantings and pollinator gardens across Greater Cincinnati.
The Duke Energy Foundation has awarded 16 “Powerful Communities” program grants totaling $269,523 for programs to support a wide range of environmental initiatives, including projects to support water quality, conservation, and habitat and forest restoration.
The Duke Energy Foundation is providing nearly $200,000 in small grants to schools across the Palmetto State to help teachers fill any gaps in supplies for returning students as the school year begins.