Community Partnership

PSEG Long Island is excited to team up with Island Harvest on a new initiative to help people in our communities facing food insecurity. It’s called Power to Feed Long Island and you can help.

Summer is a particularly challenging time for food banks. Most see their stock dwindle rapidly and donations decrease. When schools close, daily school meals stop for thousands of Long Island children who depend on them. We set a goal to provide enough food for 21,000 meals. Please join us.

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Events and Volunteering

We're making a difference in the communities where we live and work.
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Educational Programs

From Sesame Street to our Touch A Truck, we leave each school with smiles and resources for the curious minds.
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Our executive leadership team holds numerous board positions at organizations that align with our core values
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PSEG Foundation Grants

We partner with some of the most effective organizations across LI to strengthen communities
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Request our volunteers for your next project or event. Fill out a short Volunteer Group Request form.
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Arrange for one or a small group of our representatives to speak to your community group or business.
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Power to Feed Long Island

PSEG Long Island is excited to team up with Island Harvest on a new initiative to help people in our communities facing food insecurity. It’s called Power to Feed Long Island and you can help.