This grant is a way for BGE to further support organizations that are just as committed to safety as we are. BGE encourages 501c3 organizations that respond to the community’s needs during emergency preparedness and response efforts to apply for a grant.
BGE Seeking Applications for Emergency Response and Safety Grants
Baltimore Gas and Electric announced that applications for BGE Emergency Response and Safety Grants are now available and will be due by Oct. 30, 2015. The program, now in its fourth year, supports nonprofit emergency response and public safety organizations throughout BGE’s service area. To date, BGE has provided nearly $1 million to 129 emergency response organizations, which share BGE’s commitment to the safety of central Maryland residents.
BGE encourages eligible 501c3 organizations that respond to the community’s needs during emergencies to apply for grants of up to $10,000 each. Grant applications are available online at bge.com/emergencyrespondersgrant
beginning Sept. 14, 2015 and will be due by Oct. 30, 2015.
BGE presented $310,000 to last year’s 48 grant recipients. A number of grant recipients spoke about how they use the grants in this brief video
. In addition to supporting the emergency responder community in Maryland, BGE provides training for fire, police, 911 centers and emergency management organizations who routinely work around utility equipment. BGE is recognized for its own emergency response record, ranking among the top utilities in the nation for rapid response to gas emergency calls and in working to prevent damages to energy equipment.
BGE plays an integral role in working with Maryland communities to address economic development, public safety, civic issues and other initiatives that help enhance our neighborhoods. Through the use of shareholder dollars, BGE supports programs that deliver measurable and sustainable impact in areas of education, environment, community development and arts and culture.
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