TNMP helps area nonprofits during annual Day of Service


Texas-New Mexico Power (TNMP) employees from all throughout our service territory came together throughout the month of September for the annual Day of Service. The event, now in its tenth year, is a way for TNMP employees to serve area nonprofit organizations with on-the-ground project work. 

"For the last century, we have been committed to improving the places where we live and work. Our Day of Service is just one way we show our employees care," said Neal Walker, President of TNMP. "Our employees know it's so important to give back, and the dedication they show is heart-warming." 

Ft Stockton DOSEmployees kicked off annual Day of Service at the Hamilton Community Center. This was the second-year employees volunteered at the Hamilton Community Center to provide meals to the community and see each smiling face that comes in for a hearty meal.

Over 30 employees volunteered at the Galveston County Food Bank. The large group worked in two areas of the food bank, some assisted in the food pantry, while others sort pallets of frozen goods.

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The Fort Stockton office joined Fort Stockton ISD and Fort Stockton Fire Department to gather up donated wood and pallets to transport to the annual Fort Stockton Homecoming bonfire event. This event is a standing community tradition and ushers in students, parents, and community members before the FSISD Homecoming football game.

Olney crews assisted with the mobile food pantry distribution in conjunction with the Wichita Falls Area Food Bank. Crews worked hard to put the groceries together so they could be delivered to families.

The Pecos office participated in the Pecos Meals on Wheels program to prepare and deliver meals.

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Whitneys crews dedicated their Day of Service event to beautifying the City of Whitney. Crews trimmed trees and limbs and removed stumps to get the tennis courts ready for some exciting park updates. This is a great example of how teamwork can make towns in the TNMP service territory even more beautiful!

The Kermit office joined the Winkler-County Senior Citizen Recreation Center to provide meals to local senior citizens. The small but mighty crew continues to provide loyal support to the community they live and serve in.

In West Columbia, volunteers teamed up with Military Moms and Wives of Brazoria County to pack over 50 toiletry boxes to be shipped to U.S. armed forces in Kuwait.

keep lewisville beautifulIn North Texas, TNMP partnered up Christian Community Action, Communities in Schools, Keep Lewisville Beautiful, and Meals on Wheels in Pilot Point. 

TNMP employees place a high value on community service and each year dedicate close to 8,000 hours to company sponsored projects that focus on cleaning up the environment, enhancing and beautifying parks and playgrounds, supporting low-income programs and mentoring students. 

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