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Army Veteran Wins 2013 Columbus Volunteer Citizen of the Year Award from Direct Energy

On Wednesday, November 20th, Direct Energy, along with media partner, ThisWeek Community News, held a special award event for the three finalists of the 2nd annual Columbus Volunteer Citizen of the Year award program: Ruth Krumm of the Johnstown-Northridge Community Food Pantry, Jim Caronis of Operation Buckeye, and Maren Roth of the Jack Roth Fund. [&hellip

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Direct Energy Confirms its Commitment to Big Brothers Big Sisters and the Youth of Pennsylvania

Direct Energy continually strives to harness its energy expertise so we can make a difference in the communities we serve. We do so through various programs and other investment activities such as the Volunteer Citizen of the Year award program, the Reduce Your Use For Good nonprofit energy efficiency grant program and the Small Business [&hellip

Announcing the 2nd Annual Columbus Volunteer Citizen of the Year Award!

Today is an exciting day! We are happy to announce that with the help of our media partner, ThisWeek Community News, the 2nd annual Columbus, Ohio Volunteer Citizen of the Year award program launched today. Nominations are now being accepted through Thursday, October 17, 2013. This year’s program will choose three finalists and the winner will be announced [&hellip

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Congratulations, Meg Bogosian!

The most rewarding part of my job is getting to manage our Volunteer Citizen of the Year award program. I love reading nominations about individuals making a difference in the lives of others, without ever asking for anything in return. I especially enjoy getting to meet those wonderful people in person and being able to recognize them for [&hellip

Volunteer Citizen of the Year Award Website Gets a Facelift

Direct Energy’s signature community investment program, the Volunteer Citizen of the Year award program, operates on an annual basis in 10 U.S. cities and two Canadian cities. Due to its ever-growing popularity, the program now has a brand new website – www.DirectEnergyVCOY.com, which I am very excited about. The new website showcases the program as [&hellip