Met-Ed, FirstEnergy Foundation Giving Back

December 26, 2019

​From computer donations to event sponsorships – the FirstEnergy Foundation teamed up with Met-Ed employees to make a difference.

Jenn Rivera, consultant, External Affairs (l.), delivered five personal computers to Michelle Dech, director, LGBTQ+ (Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Questioning) Center of Greater Reading. The equipment will be available to anyone using the center’s new computer room.

Joe Malda, consultant, Regional External Affairs (r.), presented a $2,500 FirstEnergy Foundation check to Mike Jefferson, director of Employment and Training at Crispus Attucks Center in York, Pa. Crispus Attucks is a non-profit organization that provides education and human services, community development and affordable housing to enhance the quality of life for a diverse population. Founded in 1931, the association takes its name from hero Crispus Attucks, a freed African American slave who was among the first to die in the American Revolution. Our funds will support the center’s employment and training program.

David Turner, manager, Regional External Affairs, and Gary Mason, consultant, Regional External Affairs, attended the 2019 Greater Lehigh Valley Chamber’s African American Business Leaders Gala. Met-Ed served as a $5,000 premier sponsor. The event celebrated the business community and honored Clyde Bosket, a retired barber and long-time Lehigh Valley community activist who has mentored more than 100 young men. In the photo is Gary (l.) and Clyde.