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.
Quad Cities Station Employees Generate More Than $31,000 For Big Brothers Big Sisters Programs
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
Illinoisans are getting things done
A decade ago, there were more than a dozen coal plants across the state. Now, we are on a path to 100% carbon-free energy!
We’ve been able to achieve a lot over the last 10 years, and we are just getting started.
The best part?
Coalitions like ours made up of REAL Illinoisans are what made it all possible.
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