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Power in Partnerships

Every year, Edison International and its employees join forces with community organizations throughout Southern California to further causes and programs that improve people's lives. It is part of the company's ongoing commitment to education, the environment, public safety and emergency preparedness, and civic engagement. Last year, Edison contributed close to $27 million to various community organizations in the region. Read the Power in Partnerships: Community Investment Report 2014 here.

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Student Overcomes Family’s Financial Setback to Head to College
Michaela Edwards will be the first to tell you she lived an idyllic childhood her first few years growing up on Catalina Island. But the recession in 2008 ended that. Her...
Apr 28, 2015 5:00 PM ET
Partnering to Make a Difference
Community Partners, I am pleased to announce that Edison International has published its 2014 Community Investment Annual Report. The interactive report is now available on edison.com. To request a physical copy, please send an email to: ...
Apr 27, 2015 5:00 PM ET
Donated Computers Help Launch Engineering Academy at Santa Barbara High School
Ben may be 12 years old, but he’s already learning to build robots. And he can only build them if his school has the proper computer equipment and software. Computers “are more captivating and interactive than books are,” said the seventh-grader who recently completed an introduction to engineering class at...
Apr 24, 2015 8:00 AM ET
Scholarship is Student’s Ticket to the Ivy League
Chandler Brown’s goal is to become an environmental engineer so he can create purification systems for countries with little access to clean water. The senior at Silverado High School in...
Apr 23, 2015 9:30 AM ET
Tradition of Volunteerism Strong Among SCE Employees
Yvette Nelson knows first-hand the importance of permanent housing. For 17 years, she worked as a case manager for a nonprofit helping to provide long-term housing for those in need. But now, Nelson is focused on her own family. After years of living in rental properties, she was about to become a homeowner for the first time thanks to ...
Apr 22, 2015 10:00 AM ET