AEP Texas Contributions

Dear Friends,

At AEP Texas, we work hard every day to provide safe, reliable electricity to the more than one-million customers we are connected to across Texas. We are keenly aware that individuals, families, and businesses alike depend on us, which is why I am proud to say we do more that deliver electric power—we impact lives.

AEP Texas employees do more by volunteering and serving in many different roles in the communities where we live and work. We believe in being a part of each and every community we serve. By investing in the organizations that help meet the needs of people we serve, we help to create the best possible place to live for everyone.

In 2017, AEP Texas contributions to social services and non-profit agencies totaled nearly $1 million. Our employees and their families also donated thousands of man hours to countless organizations and community projects.

Hurricane Harvey, the largest storm to hit the Gulf Coast in over four decades, caused significant devastation and damage to some of the small coastal cities and communities we serve. AEP Texas promptly responded by contributing $50,000 to the Mayor’s Hurricane Relief Fund in Corpus Christi, a grant-based relief fund administered by the Coastal Bend Community Foundation that continues to help affected individuals, organizations and communities. We also contributed $25,000 to help the United Corpus Christi Chamber of Commerce to lead a campaign to raise money to help small businesses affected by the storm rebuild and reopen.

In addition, we proudly supported many agencies that touch the lives of our customers across the state on a daily basis. We strive to make an impact by helping to fund organizations and programs that work to improve education; feed the hungry; shelter the homeless; grow our communities economically; and much more.

From Abilene to the Rio Grande Valley, Victoria to San Angelo and back to our Corpus Christi headquarters – AEP Texas believes in Texas prosperity, which is why we partner with our communities and invest in economic development programs that help our state’s economy thrive. We believe that our commitment to education, economic development, the environment and quality of life does that. The Boy Scouts of America, the West Texas Rehabilitation Center, the Art Museum of South Texas, the Abilene Arts Alliance, the Poteet Rotary Club, Laredo Community College and the Boys and Girls Club of Harlingen are some of the organizations who share our commitment to better lives and stronger communities.

At AEP Texas, we believe that doing more leads to boundless energy--and boundless opportunities for everyone we serve.

We are AEP Texas!


Judith E. Talavera
President and Chief Operating Officer
AEP Texas

Organizations supported by AEP Texas in 2017

  • Abilene Arts Alliance
  • Abilene Chamber of Commerce Foundation
  • Abilene Philharmonic Association
  • Abilene Zoological Society
  • Alliance for Women and Children
  • Angelo State University Foundation
  • Antonio Arce
  • Area X FFA Association
  • Art Museum of South Texas
  • Association of Hispanic Municipal Officials c/o Texas Municipal League
  • Bay Area Citizens Against Lawsuit Abuse (BACALA)
  • Beautify Corpus Christi Association
  • Big Country CASA, Inc.
  • Border Fest
  • Border Texan of the Year Committee - RGV Partnership Chamber of Commerce
  • Boy Scouts of America South Texas Council
  • Boys & Girls Club of Corpus Christi, Inc.
  • Boys and Girls Club of Alice
  • Buccaneer Commission
  • Builders Association - Corpus Christi Area
  • Cactus Jack Foundation
  • Catholic Charities of Corpus Christi, Inc.
  • Children's Advocacy Center of the Coastal Bend
  • Children's Hospital Development Foundation
  • Children's Miracle Network
  • Christi President's Council Office of Institutional Advancement
  • City of Childress
  • City of Corpus Christi
  • City of Corpus Christi - Office of the Mayor
  • City of Freer
  • City of McAllen Office of the Mayor
  • Coastal Bend Bays Foundation
  • Coastal Bend Community Foundation
  • Coastal Bend Council of Governments
  • Coastal Conservation Association - Laredo Chapter
  • Corpus Christi Literacy Council
  • Corpus Christi Symphony Orchestra
  • Crystal City Festival Association
  • Damage Prevention Council of Texas - Border
  • Del Mar College Foundation Driscoll
  • Dress for Success Corpus Christi
  • E.C.F Community Center
  • Educational Excellence
  • Flour Bluff ISD Foundation
  • Fraternal Order of Police Auxiliary
  • Friends of the Abilene Public Library
  • Girl Scouts of Greater South Texas
  • Gloria G. Canales Mexican Folklore School of Dance
  • Goodwill Industries
  • Greater Laredo Development Foundation
  • Grow Local South Texas
  • Hammons Education Leadership Programs, Inc.
  • Harbor Lights Festival
  • Hispanic Women's Network of Texas
  • Ingleside ISD Education Foundation
  • Instituto de Cultura Hispanica de Corpus Christi
  • Jackson County Youth Builders
  • Junior Achievement of South Texas
  • Junior League of Corpus Christi
  • K Space Contemporary
  • KEDT-TV/FM KVRT-FM (South Texas Public Broadcasting System, Inc.)
  • Laredo Community College
  • Latins Inspiring for Empowerment
  • Laura W. Bush Institute for Women's Health
  • Lucio, Eddie Scholarship Fund
  • Make a Wish Foundation
  • Making Strides Against Breast Cancer - American Cancer Society
  • Meals for the Elderly
  • Meals On Wheels
  • Mexican American Legislative Caucus
  • National Hispanic Institute
  • Naval Air Station MWR
  • Nueces Chapter TSPE
  • Nueces County Host Court
  • Nueces County Jr. Livestock Show
  • Nueces Extension Program Council
  • Orange Grove FFA Booster Club
  • Paws and Claws Auxiliary
  • Poteet Rotary Club
  • Rio Grande Valley Livestock Show, Inc.
  • Rio Grande Valley Partnership Foundation
  • Ronald McDonald House Charities
  • San Angelo Stock Show & Rodeo Association
  • Sembradores de Amistad of Corpus Christi
  • Senate Hispanic Research Council, Inc.
  • Shallow Sport
  • South Texas Botanical Gardens & Nature Center
  • South Texas College
  • Southwest Texas Junior College Friends and Alumni Network
  • Special Olympics Texas
  • Starr County Fair Association
  • Texas A&M University - Corpus Christi
  • Texas Association of Community Action Agencies, Inc.
  • Texas Southwest Council Boys Scouts of America
  • Texas State LULAC
  • The Autism Awareness and Education Foundation
  • The Community Foundation of Abilene
  • The Deaf and Hard of Hearing Center
  • The Ready or Not Foundation
  • The Rise School of Corpus Christi
  • Their Day Foundation
  • Tom Green County Fair & Jr. Livestock Show
  • Town of Rancho Viejo
  • Tropical Texas Behavioral Health
  • United Way Campaign
  • United Way of Laredo, Inc.
  • United Way of the Coastal Bend
  • Uvalde Consolidated Independent School District
  • Uvalde Festival and Events Association
  • Veterans Memorial High School Baseball Booster Club
  • Warrior's Weekend
  • Wesley Community Center
  • West Texas Rehabilitation Center
  • Women's Shelter of South Texas