http://bcove.me/jq53okav - A video about this service.
SAN FRANCISCO — It was rainy and windy in San Francisco today (April 4), but that didn’t stop PG&E CEO Tony Earley and dozens of employees from kicking off the utility’s first Month of Service.
At PG&E, volunteers have long supported Earth Day with cleanups throughout the Northern and Central California. This year, projects include everything from installing solar panels in Chico to serving meals to the homeless in Fresno.
Employee volunteer Kimberly Fletcher, an administrative assistant at PG&E’s headquarters, said she was thrilled to learn that she would be working alongside her company’s CEO. “It’s a super treat, I tell you,” Fletcher said. “He and his wife came out to work with us. And they’re working with us. They’re actually getting their gloves dirty with us. It means a lot. It does.”
Via Realized Worth