DOVER, DE – Chesapeake Utilities Corporation (NYSE: CPK) (Chesapeake Utilities) today announced that employees logged approximately 5,000 hours of volunteer service with nonprofit organizations throughout the Company’s service area in 2019. Chesapeake is committed year-round to volunteering and making a positive impact in the communities where its employees live, work and serve.
In particular, Chesapeake Utilities’ community initiatives ramped up during the holiday season. Employees donated their time and energy to various activities such as collecting winter coats and toys for less fortunate children, and helping to collect and distribute food for families who were food insecure.
Some of the Company’s fall and winter volunteer initiatives included:
“Our customers and the communities where we live and work are extensions of our Chesapeake family,” said Jeff Householder, President and CEO of Chesapeake Utilities Corporation. “We are especially proud of our employees’ passion and ongoing commitment to helping these local organizations. As we reflect on their remarkable efforts in 2019, we are equally excited about our community partnership opportunities for 2020.”
About Chesapeake Utilities Corporation
Chesapeake Utilities Corporation is a diversified energy company engaged in natural gas distribution and transmission; electricity generation and distribution; propane gas distribution; and other businesses. Information about Chesapeake Utilities Corporation’s businesses is available at www.chpk.com, through the Company’s Investor Relations App and on the Annual Report Microsite at cpkannualreport.com.
Please note that Chesapeake Utilities Corporation is not affiliated with Chesapeake Energy, an oil and natural gas exploration company headquartered in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma.
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