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AEP Texas

AEP Texas Service. Safety. At AEP Texas, we believe these two words best define our company and culture. Simply put, our focus is to provide safe, reliable electricity to the more than one million homes, businesses and industries connected to our system across Texas and we always remember that they depend on us.

Our employees and their families also are connected to our communities by volunteering and serving in many different roles in the areas where we live and work. Investing in organizations that help meet the needs of the people we serve is reflective of our culture and creates a more positive place to live for everyone. Last year we did exactly that!

In 2018, AEP Texas contributions to social services and non-profit organizations totaled over $1 million. In addition, our employees and their family members donated hundreds of volunteer hours to countless organizations and community projects.

Our aim is to make the greatest impact possible by helping agencies that do work in the areas of education, serve the hungry and homeless, promote the arts and culture, preserve our environment or grow their local economies by helping attract businesses that create good paying jobs.

That’s why we proudly support organizations we believe are making a difference in the lives of our customers across the AEP Texas service area. Following are just a few examples:

Safety–National Theatre for Children safety performances at public schools; Education - San Diego High School Robotics Club, Corpus Christi Literacy Council and the Harlingen Educational Foundation; Social and Public services - Habitat for Humanity of Laredo and the Marathon Volunteer Fire Department; Arts and Culture - Art Museum of South Texas, The George West Story Fest Association, and Alcorta’s Folklorico Diamante; Environment - Kritters for Kids, The Edinburg World Birding Center and Saltwater Fisheries Enhancement Association.

In addition, by partnering with our communities, we know we can help build a better Texas by supporting economic development programs and professional centers across our service territory, which is why we invest—to help our state’s economy thrive.

At AEP Texas, we believe that going beyond the safe reliable delivery of electricity creates boundless energy--and boundless opportunities for everyone we serve.

We are AEP Texas!

Sincerely,

Judith E. Talavera
President and Chief Operating Officer
AEP Texas

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Organizations supported by AEP Texas and/or the American Electric Power Foundation in 2018

  • Abilene Chamber of Commerce Foundation
  • Alcortas Folklorico Diamante
  • American Cancer Society
  • American Heart Association
  • American Legion Post #59
  • Angelo State University Foundation
  • Aransas County ISD Education Foundation
  • Area X FFA Association
  • Art Museum of South Texas
  • Association of Fundraising Professionals Coastal Bend Chapter
  • Keep Texas Beautiful
  • Laredo Builders Association
  • Laredo Community College
  • Laredo College
  • Laredo Development Foundation
  • Latins Inspiring for Empowerment
  • Laura W. Bush Institute for Women's Health
  • LDF Nonprofit Foundation
  • League of United Latin American Citizens #4444
  • Los Fresnos Rodeo Committee, Inc.
  • Bay Area Citizens Against Lawsuit Abuse (BACALA)
  • Big Brothers Big Sisters of South Texas
  • Big Country CASA, Inc.
  • 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.
  • Buccaneer Commission Buc Days
  • Cactus Jack Foundation
  • Calallen Education Foundation
  • CASA of the Coastal Bend
  • CCA Texas Corpus Christi Chapter
  • Charlie's Place - Coastal Bend Alcohol & Drug Rehabilitation Center
  • Children's Advocacy Center of the Coastal Bend
  • Children's Miracle Network
  • Christus Spohn Health System Development Foundation
  • Citizens for Educational Excellence
  • City of Eagle Pass
  • City of Freer
  • City of La Feria
  • City of Laredo
  • City of Lyford
  • City of McAllen - Office of the Mayor
  • City of Poteet
  • City of Raymondville
  • City of San Benito
  • City of Three Rivers
  • City of Vernon
  • City of Corpus Christi - Office of the Mayor
  • Coastal Bend Council of Governments
  • Collegiate High School
  • Concho Christmas Celebration
  • Corpus Christi Convention & Visitors Bureau
  • Corpus Christi Education Foundation
  • Corpus Christi Hope House, Inc.
  • Corpus Christi Literacy Council
  • Corpus Christi Metro Ministries
  • Corpus Christi Symphony Orchestra
  • Crystal City Festival Association
  • Del Mar College Foundation
  • Dress for Success Corpus Christi
  • Driscoll Children's Hospital Development Foundation
  • Dyess Spouse Club
  • E.C.F Community Center
  • Edinburg World Birding Center
  • Education is Our Freedom GED Scholarship Program
  • Edwards County Fair Association
  • Expo Center of Taylor County, Taylor County Livestock Association
  • Food Bank of Corpus Christi
  • Friends of the Corpus Christi Museum of Science & History
  • George West Storyfest Association, Inc.
  • Gloria G. Canales Mexican Folklore School of Dance
  • Goodwill Industries
  • Greater Laredo Development Foundation
  • Greg Blair Regional Manager-Community Affairs
  • Gricelda Calzada
  • Grow Local South Texas
  • Habitat for Humanity of Laredo
  • HALO-FLIGHT FOA
  • Harbor Lights Festival
  • Harbor Playhouse
  • Harlingen Area Educational Foundation
  • Harlingen Chamber of Commerce
  • Instituto de Cultura Hispanica de Corpus Christi
  • Jackson County Youth Builders
  • Junior Achievement of South Texas
  • K Space Contemporary
  • KEDT-TV/FM KVRT-FM (South Texas Public Broadcasting System, Inc.)
  • Keep McAllen Beautiful
  • Making Strides Against Breast Cancer - American Cancer Society
  • Matagorda County Fair Association
  • McAllen Chamber of Commerce
  • Meals for the Elderly
  • Meals On Wheels Charity Golf Tournament
  • Mid-Coast Hurricane Conference
  • Middle Rio Grande Development Foundation
  • Montessori School of Corpus Christi
  • National Association for Advancement of Colored People (NAACP)
  • Nueces County Host Court
  • Nueces County Jr. Livestock Show
  • Orange Grove FFA Booster Club
  • Pan American Golf Association
  • Paws and Claws Auxiliary
  • Port Aransas Art Center
  • Poteet Rotary Club
  • Reach Ministries
  • Rio Grande Valley Livestock Show, Inc.
  • Rio Grande Valley Partnership Foundation
  • Ronald McDonald House Charities of Corpus Christi
  • Rotary Club of Corpus Christi
  • Saltwater-Fisheries Enhancement Association
  • San Angelo Area Foundation
  • San Angelo Stock Show & Rodeo Association
  • San Antonio River Foundation
  • San Patricio County A&H Show
  • Sembradores de Amistad of Corpus Christi
  • Shallow Sport
  • Shop with a Cop
  • Sinton Little League Junior All Stars
  • South Texas Botanical Gardens & Nature Center
  • South Texas College
  • Southern Texas PGA Foundation
  • Southwest Texas Junior College SWTJC Friends and Alumni Network Office of Public Information
  • St. Patrick School
  • Sunshine House, Inc.
  • Stars Scholarship Fund
  • TAMUK Rodeo Team
  • Texas A&M Foundation
  • Texas A&M International University
  • Texas A&M University - Corpus Christi
  • Texas Association of Community Action Agencies, Inc.
  • Texas Citrus Fiesta, Inc.
  • Texas Heritage Independence Celebration Association
  • Texas Maritime Museum
  • Texas Rio Grande Valley Onion Festival c/o Weslaco Area Chamber of Commerce
  • Texas Southwest Council Boys Scouts of America
  • Texas State Aquarium Association
  • Texas State Technical College
  • The Autism Awareness and Education Foundation
  • The Community Foundation of Abilene
  • The Purple Door
  • The Ready or Not Foundation
  • The Rise School of Corpus Christi
  • The University of Texas Rio Grande Valley Foundation
  • The Washington's Birthday Celebration Association of Laredo
  • Tom Green County Fair & Jr. Livestock Show
  • Town of Rancho Viejo Beautification Committee
  • Tuloso-Midway Education Foundation
  • United Way of the Coastal Bend
  • USO of South TexasNAS Corpus Christi
  • Uvalde Festival and Events Association
  • Valley Alliance of Mentors For Opportunities & Scholarships
  • Victoria County United Way
  • VIictoria Adult Literacy Council
  • West Texas Rehabilitation Center
  • Wilbarger County United Fund