ReEnergy Livermore Falls provided financial donations to several organizations at year-end, and has supported some of the community organizations for more than 10 years. The facility’s December contributions were made to the following organizations:
The United Way of the Tri-Valley Area. ReEnergy is a member of the organization’s Corporate Champion Circle Member and also has participated in many of the organization’s events and has provided in-kind support. ReEnergy employees stuffed backpacks for the “packs for progress” program and raised funds through the United Way’s fun-filled “pie challenge.”
Area Youth Sports. This local organization provides team sports opportunities to children ages pre-K to 8th grade. Their games are played in the old Livermore Falls High School, a facility that also is used by local senior citizens for recreational activity. The Area Youth Sports program is run by area volunteers and relies heavily on charitable support. ReEnergy Livermore Falls supports the Hope Fund, which provides support to families that cannot afford to pay for registration or equipment. ReEnergy Livermore Falls also has donated in-kind support over the years. One year the company paid its cleaning company to re-wax the facility’s gym floor.
The Spruce Mountain Education Foundation. This charitable organization supports the Spruce Mountain Ski Slope, a ski mountain located in Jay that has one of the last remaining tow rope systems. Many area children learn to ski on this mountain. ReEnergy Livermore Falls has sponsored a free ski night for the past decade.
“We feel that it is important to be an active participant in our regional community and to support institutions and individuals who need help,” said Bruce Proven, the Livermore Falls facility manager. “It is a priority for us to work together with our neighbors to make our communities stronger.”