MTEMC Offers a Helping Hand to Those in Need

MTEMC Offers a Helping Hand to Those in Need

2018 Cooperative Day of Service

MTEMC’s employees are encouraged to volunteer throughout the year through MTEMC-sponsored volunteer activities. One of our activities is volunteering for Habitat for Humanity. This year, a team of 13 employee volunteers helped build a home. “This is a great opportunity to make an impact in the communities we serve,” said Jay Sanders, MTEMC community relations coordinator.

We also participated in the second annual Tennessee Electric Co-op Day of Service that encourages community outreach through organized service projects. Our employees painted the home of a member in Williamson County who struggles with medical issues. The event gave co-op employees the opportunity to serve their communities while also demonstrating that co-ops are different – we care about our members, and we seek to show it through our actions.

For more news and information about your cooperative, visit Tennessee Magazine.

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