Atlantic City Electric Pledges Support to JFS
Posted on July 11, 2022
Atlantic City Electric, an Exelon company, has made a pledge to be an agency Builder Donor to Jewish Family Service of Atlantic & Cape May Counties (JFS). The funds, totaling $3,000, will support health and social service programs to assure residents and clients continue to receive services that benefit their individual needs.
“We are delighted to welcome Atlantic City Electric as an Agency Donor. For more than 10 years, the company has been committed to supporting the JFS Food Pantry and fundraising endeavors. This financial contribution further emphasizes their steadfast commitment to the betterment of the community,” said Andrea Steinberg, JFS Chief Executive Officer.
“We are extremely pleased to support JFS as well as the many organizations across our communities that provide worthwhile services for residents in need through various fundraising efforts and volunteer opportunities,” said Doug Mokoid, Atlantic City Electric region president. “These contributions are part of our commitment to powering communities and being a good corporate citizen for the areas where our employees live and work.”
Charitable contributions from Atlantic City Electric include more than financial support, they come with a dedicated pledge of volunteers. In 2021, Atlantic City Electric contributed approximately $1.2 million to local non-profits, while its employees volunteered nearly 12,580 hours to help hundreds of organizations throughout South Jersey.
For information about JFS programs and services, visit jfsatlantic.org. For information on Agency Donor opportunities, contact Beth Joseph, Senior Director of Communications & Donor Relations at email@example.com or 609.822.7409.
Jewish Family Service Senior Director of Communications & Donor Relations Beth Joseph presents Ken Mosca, Public Affairs Manager at Atlantic City Electric, with a plaque. As an Agency Donor, the donated funds will support health and social service programs to assure residents and clients continue to receive services that benefit their individual needs. (Photo courtesy of Jewish Family Service of Atlantic & Cape May Counties)