Packing lunches is their super power

What do you do when you have right at two hundred mouths to feed each day for lunch and need help preparing all those lunches? You turn to a highly-skilled team of experts. That is where Amber Smart, Kelli Mann, Katie Smith and Alicia Greninger come in. During the day these Williams employees take care … Continue reading Packing lunches is their super power

Williams supports Bike Safety Rodeo through Rockaway grant program

The Rockaway Point Association (RPA), armed with a grant from Williams through its Rockaway Community Grant Program, recently hosted its First Annual Bike Safety Rodeo. Joanne Fogarty, executive director and positive force of energy for the organization, was excited to add this event to their list of other fun and interactive community offerings. She said … Continue reading Williams supports Bike Safety Rodeo through Rockaway grant program

Williams supports first responders in Oklahoma and throughout U.S.

Throughout the nation, wherever Williams operates, we support first responders. As a pipeline and natural gas infrastructure company it only makes sense that local fire departments are trained and funded to protect our communities, our families and our assets. In western Oklahoma, Kansas and Texas, a series of massive springtime wildfires have taxed the resources … Continue reading Williams supports first responders in Oklahoma and throughout U.S.

Williams receives excellence award from City of Whitesburg, GA library

As part of the Dalton Expansion Project that will provide additional reliable natural gas service to utility companies in northwest Georgia, Williams has been getting to know residents of the City of Whitesburg in Carroll County. By listening to community members, Williams chose to invest dollars in the City of Whitesburg’s public library, which is part … Continue reading Williams receives excellence award from City of Whitesburg, GA library

Environmental partnership helps restore streamside habitat in Southeast PA

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More than 10 miles and 30 acres of streamside habitat in southeastern Pennsylvania are being restored, thanks to the efforts of conservation organizations working in partnership with Williams. Williams is working with six conservation organizations to implement nine high-value aquatic management projects in Lancaster, Northumberland and Schuylkill counties, Pa. The effort is part of the … Continue reading Environmental partnership helps restore streamside habitat in Southeast PA

To the rescue: Williams helps responders update rescue equipment

photo of a fire truc

Fire departments, schools, parks and townships are a few of the 44 Pennsylvania organizations that will receive $326,800 in funding this spring from Williams through its bi-annual Atlantic Sunrise community grant program. Two of the emergency response organizations in Lebanon County, Pa., are the Friendship Fire Company and the Lawn Volunteer Fire Company, both of … Continue reading To the rescue: Williams helps responders update rescue equipment

In-kind donation big win for Eastern Wyoming College

The Eastern Wyoming College (EWC) in Douglas, Wyo., recently received a significant amount of materials from Williams as an in-kind gift. Brett Cavanagh, Williams Land Representative explained that the donated items were materials that were left after the initial construction of the plant and from other pipeline projects throughout the area. He added, “We auctioned … Continue reading In-kind donation big win for Eastern Wyoming College

United Way of Northern New Jersey says ‘Thank You’ to Williams

The United Way of Northern New Jersey recently thanked the company’s New Jersey volunteers for making a difference in the lives of thousands of individuals this holiday season. United Way Manager of Regional Volunteer Engagement Lisa Galonardo sent the following letter in appreciation of Williams participation in its 27th annual Gifts of the Season program. “Because of … Continue reading United Way of Northern New Jersey says ‘Thank You’ to Williams

Application deadline approaching for Pennsylvania community grants

Pennsylvania organizations that support emergency services, environmental preservation, youth and senior services are eligible for funding provided by the Atlantic Sunrise Community Grant Program. Established in 2015, the program is intended to benefit community organizations in areas affected by Williams’ Atlantic Sunrise pipeline project. The fourth cycle online application deadline is March 1, 2017. For … Continue reading Application deadline approaching for Pennsylvania community grants

Colorado Conservation districts appreciate “donation”

A clerical error in Rio Blanco County, Colorado, caused Williams and other companies to pay unnecessary property taxes that benefitted the White River and Douglas Creek conservation districts. Instead of asking for the money back, Williams agreed to waive the reimbursements because of the impact it would have on the conservation districts. According to the … Continue reading Colorado Conservation districts appreciate “donation”