PSEG Employee Receives $1,000 Grant For Union Organization

ELIZABETH – As part of a program to celebrate the power of volunteerism, PSEG recently recognized exemplary employee volunteers and rewarded the nonprofit organizations they support.

Tara Speyer of Elizabeth received a $1,000 grant for the YM-YWHA of Union County in Union.


She makes a difference in the lives of children and adults in her community as a member of the board of directors for the YM-YWHA, a group that provides education, socialization and recreation services to the people of Union County.

Speyer focuses her efforts on fundraising, votes on all decisions related to monetary issues, and has worked to restructure the group’s extracurricular day care and summer camp programs. The grant from PSEG will help enhance the nonprofit’s Early Childhood Center, providing a safe and structured environment for children whose parents have no alternative for child-care.

“Though our employees expend a great deal of energy at work, they still manage to find time to give back and make their communities better,” said Ralph Izzo, PSEG chairman, president, and CEO. “We honor their commitment and support their efforts. They are truly remarkable.”

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