The Puget Sound Energy Foundation is dedicated to keeping our communities safe and prepared where PSE serves and operates.
We work to be in tune with local needs and priorities and are committed to investing wisely in programs that deliver meaningful, measurable and long-lasting results for generations to come.
We are particularly interested in promoting public safety and emergency preparedness. We face threats from wind, floods, snow, earthquakes, forest fires, and more – we want our community members to know how to be safe and prepared when facing these natural disasters.
Read more in our Newsroom.
We all know a disaster can happen at any moment, such as an earthquake. Puget Sound Energy Foundation wants more of our communities to be prepared for emergencies. As part of a 5-year, $1 million campaign, we’re outfitting organizations with high-capacity generators to keep operations running during a crisis. PSE-TV’s Ray Lane shows us how the equipment will make a difference.
Please review the guidelines and eligibility page for more information.
How communities and programs are strengthened through grant funding.
(3/24/15) Puget Sound Energy Foundation Executive Director Sandi Carson and PSE Community Service Manager Lynn Murphy presented a $20,000 grant to the Lummi Island Community Association on March 18. Read more on our Spotlight page.
Pictured in the banner are scenes from the Foundation's installation of generators at three designated emergency sites: Emergency Food Network of Tacoma and Pierce County, Senior Services of Island County, and the Upper Kittitas County Senior Center. Read more about it in our newsroom.
To ensure that our resources are invested wisely and achieve the greatest good, the Puget Sound Energy Foundation's priority focus is on one key sector:
The foundation is particularly interested in promoting public safety and emergency preparedness. We face threats from wind, floods, snow, earthquakes, forest fires, and more – we want our community members to know how to be safe and prepared when facing these natural disasters