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Author: Pam Rauch

Pam Rauch
Pamela Rauch serves as vice president of External Affairs and Economic Development for FPL, where she is responsible for all local government relations, community relations and economic development for the company. An experienced attorney, Pam started her career at FPL as a senior attorney, eventually becoming part of that leadership team as Associate General Counsel, managing the Real Estate, Land Use and Environmental Group. She is actively engaged with the community and serves on numerous boards and committees.

Employee helps homeless shelter receive more than 9,000 pounds of food

Growing up, Greg Collins’ parents instilled in him the importance of giving back through service. Volunteering became part of his identity, and when Greg began working at Florida Power & Light Company, he soon found a way to continue to give back. Greg began volunteering during his lunch hour at St. Francis House in St. Augustine, Fla. What he didn’t know was that our company awards grants to nonprofit organizations in recognition of employee volunteer time through a program called Dollars for Doers. It wasn’t until a colleague told him about the program, that he began keeping track of...

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Helping to bring affordable and nutritious food to communities

Through employee support, nonprofit enhances its hunger relief plan to bring affordable and nutritious food closer to communities Our employees have a strong tradition and history of supporting nonprofits in their communities. Every year, they answer the call to give back in various ways, including financial support and participation in special fundraising events that benefit nonprofits across our service area. Last year alone, our employees raised $4.7 million to help nonprofits such as CROS Ministries. CROS Ministries currently operates six food pantries in Palm Beach County and one in Indiantown in Martin County. In 2017, 66,570 individuals received bags...

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Bringing smiles and supplies to our homebound neighbors

Preparing for storm season can be tough for homebound seniors and disabled adults, but we’ve partnered with Meals on Wheels to help alleviate the process Anne has been a client of Meals on Wheels of the Palm Beaches (MOWPB) for four years. For seniors like her, preparing for emergencies such as a storm can be difficult. And for us at FPL, we know how important it is to be prepared for hurricane season and severe weather. That’s why, for the past three years, we’ve partnered with MOWPB to bring hurricane kits to homebound seniors and disabled adults. These kits,...

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Student receives $20,000 college scholarship

Luis F. Andreu of West Broward High School in Pembroke Pines is the recipient of FPL’s 2018 robotics college scholarship. As the winner, Luis will receive $5,000 annually up to $20,000 to assist him through college. The 17-year old member of the BOTCATS team will be attending The Georgia Institute of Technology in Atlanta to pursue a career in mechanical engineering. FPL has a longstanding commitment to ensure students have access to effective robotics programs to drive student engagement in science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) curricula. In many cases, these programs also help break down barriers and provide...

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