Exelon Generation's 'Fishing for a Cure' Raises $32,000 To Support Northern Illinois Food Bank And Braidwood Community Care Center
BRACEVILLE, Ill. (Dec. 6, 2021) — Hunger is a reality for many people across Northern Illinois. To help meet this need, Braidwood Station employees donated generously through this year’s ‘Fishing for a Cure’ program, raising $32,000 to support the Northern Illinois Food Bank and Braidwood’s local food pantry, the Braidwood Community Care Center.
Contribution will assist with workforce development, career opportunity programs and building strong one-to-one, youth mentoring relationship.
Illinois Clean Energy Legislation Spurs Exelon Generation to Fill 650 Jobs, Invest $300 Million in Capital Projects
Exelon Generation is now hiring hundreds of employees and investing hundreds of millions of dollars to prepare Byron and Dresden for long-term operations
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