COMMUNITY

Cook Nuclear Plant’s long-standing commitment to community relations, nuclear education and non-profit agency support has resulted in outstanding local relationships and returned support from the community.

The Heart of Cook grant program is executed by an employee committee, who reviews grant applications and awards about 30 area non-profits more than $50,000 annually. Cook sponsors, and employees build, a home each year for the local Habitat for Humanity chapter.

Additional large contributions include a company 50 percent match to employee contributions to United Way, the local Red Cross Chapter, the Lake Michigan College Veterans Assistance Fund, Cornerstone Alliance and Lakeland Regional Medical Foundation.


2016 HEART OF COOK GRANT RECIPIENTS

COMMUNITY SUPPORT


Community support has to be earned – and Cook has a long history of support, educational outreach and transparency.