National Ability Center: Bridging the Gap between Military and Civilian
Dominion Energy recently awarded a $50,000 grant to the National Ability Center at the Park City Mountain ski resort in Utah.
The center is a leading nonprofit organization that provides world-class adaptive recreation and outdoor adventures for individuals and families of differing abilities. The funds will provide financial and operational support to year-round programs and services available to military service members and their families.
“Dominion Energy…will continue to demonstrate commitment to service members who have given so much to this country.”
While Dominion Energy has been a long-term supporter of the National Ability Center, this is the first grant of this magnitude to support the organization’s military programs. The check was presented to the center by George Marget, deputy general counsel of Utility Operations Support; Seth Plaizier, supervisor-Region Operations, Park City; and Debra Hoyt, senior philanthropy coordinator.
“We recognize the National Ability Center’s value and are incredibly thrilled to be a part of the positive impact they are making,” said Craig Wagstaff, president of Gas Distribution, Gas Infrastructure Group. “Making that leap from a military career to a civilian job can be quite an adjustment, which is exactly why their programs are absolutely necessary. Currently, one in five new hires at Dominion Energy is a veteran and we will continue to demonstrate commitment to service members who have given so much to this country through job placement, training and more.”