Signature Programs

As a company serving Californians for more than a century, we’re in a unique position to help preserve and build on what makes our state great. We start by understanding what our customers need and then design unique community programs that deliver support for the customers who need us most. To maximize our impact, our community programs focus on three key areas: education, economic and community vitality, and the environment.

Education

To create opportunities for students throughout our California service area, especially those interested in science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) fields, we provide scholarships for higher education and grants to help students learn about energy and the environment in new and exciting ways.

Bright Minds Scholarship | Bright Ideas Grants | New Energy Academy

Economic & Community Vitality

To foster safe and vibrant neighborhoods throughout our service area, we help communities prepare for and recover from natural disasters, provide career training, support local businesses and offer energy assistance to low-income families.

Ready Neighborhoods | Summer Jobs | REACH | Economic Vitality Grants

Environment

To preserve California’s natural resources, fish and wildlife habitats, parks and recreation areas, our environmental programs promote renewable energy, environmental education and conservation.

Solar Habitat | Nature Restoration Trust

 

Our Giving Program

  • “For PG&E, giving back to our communities is really about caring for our customers and for the future of California. We apply the expertise we've gained over our 100 year history of serving Californians to provide support and opportunity for our neighbors who need it most."

    Ezra Garrett
    PG&E Vice President of Community Relations and Chief Sustainability Officer

Giving Locally

  • PG&E's customers are the core of our business focus. Beyond providing safe and reliable service, we invest in the futures our communities.
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PG&E in Our Communities

  • California Solar Initiative
  • Federal government agencies incentives
  • Food and Agriculture Incentives
 
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