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Giving locally

Our mission for a safer, better California

We are dedicated to building safer and more resilient communities. Through our charitable giving program, we invest in:

  • Emergency preparedness; safety and resiliency; food insecurity; and justice, equity and inclusion
  • Climate resiliency; environmental stewardship; and land, air and water quality
  • STEM education, workforce development and support for small business


2024 Grant Cycle


The 2024 grant cycle is from April through September 2024. Organizations seeking funding are encouraged to reach out to their local PG&E representatives during this period. We welcome general inquiries about our programs at CommunityRelations@pge.com; however, we are unable to support unsolicited grant requests by email.


We often meet new nonprofit partners out in the community. If we have not met you yet, please say hello at an upcoming event in your hometown. PG&E representatives are at many of them!

2023 Impact Report

Watch an overview of the support we provided to the organizations you love in your communities. See our 2023 Impact Infographic (PDF).

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Better Together Nature Positive Innovation Grant program

Investing in partnerships to protect the environment.

Resilience Hubs Grant program

Building local community resilience hubs.

Social impact stories

Showcasing breakthroughs in our community.

Other programs

Our coworkers at PG&E are committed to supporting the communities where we live and work.

Showing Up for Asylum Seekers

Campaign for the Community


We’re proud of PG&E’s more than 20-year workplace charitable giving campaign. The value it provides to our coworkers and the organizations is huge. In the last 10 years, coworkers and retirees have contributed more than $110 million in support to our communities.


Campaign for the Community also matches those donations:

  • Up to $1,000 per person for individual donations
  • Up to $5,000 for coworker-initiated fundraisers.


2023 Coworker giving impact


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2023 Volunteer impact


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Jess Berrios and her brother Jesus surround their mother

PG&E coworker gives back to honor brother's legacy

PGE employee volunteering

PG&E Coworkers Celebrate Holiday Season Giving Back Through Volunteerism in Hometowns

Jeremy Howard, left, recognized for five years of service with San Luis Obispo County Search and Rescue.

Jeremy Howard Finds Joy in Volunteering, Dedicates Time to Search and Rescue

Giving map

Use the Charitable Contributions map to find the 2023 recipients of program grants from PG&E and The PG&E Corporation Foundation. Search by county and city.

More on environmental sustainability

PG&E Corporate Sustainability Report

Find out about PG&E's commitment to the triple bottom line.

Solar and renewables for your home

Find out how to get started with solar and renewable energy.

Find ways to conserve water

Tips on reducing water use in your homes and yards.