Atlantic City Electric Donates $50,000 to Red Cross Disaster Relief

MAYS LANDING — Atlantic City Electric recently presented $50,000 to the American Red Cross Southern Shore Chapter in support of Red Cross storm-related disaster relief efforts.
The donation will assist the Red Cross in providing emergency assistance in times of crisis. Atlantic City Electric previously donated a total of $75,000 to support Red Cross disaster relief efforts after Hurricane Sandy and the Derecho storm.
“Atlantic City Electric is proud to partner with the Red Cross in its effort to assist our customers and disaster-impacted residents of southern New Jersey,” said Vince Maione, Atlantic City Electric Region President. “The hard work, dedication, kindness and constant comfort provided to those in need make the Red Cross such an invaluable member of our community. We are honored to help them continue their mission.”
“We’re so proud of the longstanding community partnership we have with Atlantic City Electric. The Red Cross is extremely grateful for their generous support that helps us continue to provide emergency services and community programs across our South Jersey community,” said Carol Cohen, eExecutive Director, American Red Cross Southern Shore Chapter.
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