More than 60 volunteers from SMECO and NRECA worked at the Alice Ferguson Foundation’s educational campus to clean the shoreline, help in the garden and barnyard, maintain trails, and more.

SMECO Foundation

As part of our commitment to our community, SMECO has established the SMECO Charitable Foundation to support local non-profit organizations. The Foundation is a 501(c)(3) organization and contributions may be tax-deductible. Each year we select a different organization to benefit from the fund-raisers and contributions.

SMECO holds two fund-raising events each year, the SMECO 75 Bike Ride in June and the Charity Golf Outing in the fall. Both events are supported by a group of volunteer employees, the SMECO executive team, and vendors.

SMECO employees donated $55,650 to the hospice organizations in Calvert, Charles, and St. Mary’s counties.

SMECO employees donated $47,642 to four different organizations that focus on the environment: the American Chestnut Land Trust in Calvert County, the Port Tobacco River Conservancy in Charles County, the Alice Ferguson Foundation in Prince George’s County, and the St. Mary’s River Watershed Association in St. Mary’s County.

Melwood’s Operation: Tohidu received $53,476 from SMECO, which raised the money through its Bike Ride and Charity Golf Outing.

Employees again raised money for local shelters. Safe Harbor in Calvert County; Lifestyles of Maryland, Martha’s Place Transitional Home, in Charles County; and Wrapping Arms ’Round Many (WARM) in St. Mary’s County each received $13,774.

The Wounded Warrior Project received a donation of $36,470 from the SMECO 75 Bike Ride and Charity Golf Outing.

Employees held two fund-raising events and donated $35,760 to three local shelters. The three groups that help the homeless in Southern Maryland, Lifestyles of Maryland of Charles County, Project Echo of Calvert County, and Three Oaks Center of St. Mary’s County, each received $11,920.

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