During these unprecedented times Wheatland Electric has been looking for different ways to help the communities we serve. If you follow us on social media, you most likely have seen our #PowerOn signs, and you may even recognize some of the people holding the signs. That’s because we have received a great response from all our communities encouraging others to #PowerOn as we navigate through the pandemic and the strain it has caused our members. We would like to thank everyone who took the time to send us pictures, we truly appreciate it and hope it inspires others to keep on pushing through until we are able to return to normalcy.
Thanks to the Boot Hill Distillery in Dodge City, Wheatland was able 700 bottles of hand cleanser to all the first responders across our service territory.
By using local businesses Wheatland was able to provide treats to all the hospitals we serve.
Besides using local businesses for the hospital treat bags, Wheatland has also given each employee $50 in downtown dollars/ chamber bucks to encourage more spending at local small businesses.
Finally, Wheatland was able start our Cram the Van food drive early this year. Wheatland made $500 donations to all the local food banks we typically partner with in the Fall.
Remember to #PowerOn over the next few weeks and months. Through encouragement and positivity, we will get through this together. Don’t forget to thank your local first responders, and healthcare workers for the extra time they have put in to keep us safe. When it is safe for you to do so, please remember to shop local to help our hurting small businesses and donate at your local food bank because of the extra demand is having difficulty keeping up.
Most importantly remember to #PowerOn.