Park Power Launches Campaign to Support Delaware County COVID-19 Response Fund With an Initial Commitment of $25,000

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To support Delaware County residents affected by the COVID-19 pandemic, Park Power, a Pennsylvania-based energy provider with headquarters in Delaware County, will contribute $25,000 to the Delaware County COVID-19 Response Fund. Park Power will encourage customers and staff to support the community through the fund. The Response Fund was created last month by The Foundation for Delaware County in response to the current pandemic crisis.

The foundation created the response fund to provide resources to frontline organizations that are delivering emergency assistance including food boxes and gift cards for food-insecure families, as well as diapers, essential supplies such as cleaning and basic hygiene products, and collecting personal protective equipment (PPE) for front-line workers.

“Amid the continuing spread of this pandemic, we are committed to helping support the Delaware County residents. Our donation aims to provide support for essential resources to organizations struggling to manage an increased need for services at a time when they cannot operate with the usual resources and methods,” said Louis DeSanto, VP at Park Power. “As a retail energy provider, we want to ensure that our customers who are experiencing challenges due to the COVID-19 pandemic have the support and resources they need.”

“We’re grateful that Park Power chose to step forward to support the foundation’s Delaware County COVID-19 Response Fund,” said foundation president, Frances Sheehan. “We have received over 50 requests for funding from area nonprofits that are serving our most vulnerable residents during this crisis. We could not provide this funding to nonprofits without the support of organizations such as, Park Power, that have stepped forward to donate to our fund.”

Park Power continues to supply customers through this pandemic and is available for service and support, Monday – Friday 9:00 a.m.- 5:00 p.m. at (610) 971-9000.

For more information or to donate to the Delaware County COVID-19 Response Fund:


About Park Power

Park Power is a Broomall, Pennsylvania-based retail energy provider. Park Power partners with customers, associates and communities to introduce socially, environmentally and financially responsible energy plans. The company offers customers the opportunity to manage their energy budget responsibly, and to support causes that are important to them. Putting customers first, the company developed, Park Power Cares program to support local communities in the areas the company serves. Visit: and follow on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter at @ParkPowerLLC.

About The Foundation for Delaware County

A public charity founded in 2016, The Foundation for Delaware County is the largest philanthropy serving Delaware County. One of 780 community foundations across the U.S., the foundation focuses on encouraging philanthropy, convening across sectors to address difficult community issues, and makes grants to strengthen Delaware County’s nonprofit community. With headquarters in Media and with services sites in Eddystone, Upper Darby and Springfield, in March, the foundation gave over $1 million in grants to improve the well-being of the diverse residents in this thriving county. Learn more here:

The Foundation for Delaware County also operates prestigious evidence-based programs such as Healthy Start, the WIC nutrition program, Nurse-Family Partnership, Drug Free Communities, El Centro (a Hispanic resource center), and a health resource center for students in the Chester Upland School District, which serves one of the region’s poorest communities. To learn more, visit the foundation on the web at and follow them on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter at @DelcoFdn.


For more information, please contact: Park Power, Vice President, Louis DeSanto: or 610-971-9000


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