On January 29, 2019, PG&E filed for Chapter 11.


This development does not change our most important responsibility – safety. Importantly, we do not expect any impact to electric or natural gas service for our customers as a result of this process. This includes our non-profit customers.


We remain committed to helping our customers and communities impacted by the wildfires through the recovery and rebuilding process, and these efforts will continue.


As a core value, PG&E has always been committed to supporting the communities we serve through our charitable giving, volunteerism and other non-profit community activities. With that said, in light of the current situation, the utility’s community giving programs must be re-evaluated and are currently on hold. In connection with the reorganization process, PG&E's charitable program may be subject to review. Although it is fully separate and distinct from the utility and not subject to review as part of a PG&E reorganization, the PG&E Corporation Foundation's charitable giving program is also being re-evaluated.



Currently, we do not have a timeline for when we can provide an update on our 2019 charitable giving program. Please check back at a later date for updates or contact PG&E Community Relations at communityrelations@pge.com. If you have other questions about this process, you can find FAQs and additional information at pge.com/reorganization.