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NRG Expands Charity Affinity Plan To New Market

September 18,2017



NRG has unveiled a new partnership with Boston (MA) Children’s Hospital as part of its Choose to Give program, which allows NRG customers to support local nonprofits through their electricity plan.

Under this plan, NRG contributes $50 to Boston Children’s Hospital for every customer that enrolls, approximately one month after enrollment. In addition, NRG will contribute one percent of each customer’s electricity supply charges to Boston Children’s Hospital annually for as long as the customer remains on the plan.

Boston Children’s Hospital, one of the leading pediatric hospitals in the U.S., is the first nonprofit in Massachusetts to partner in the program and to receive contributions from NRG.

The Choose to Give program first launched in 2016 to Pennsylvania customers, benefiting several regional nonprofits including Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia.

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