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NorthWestern Energy employees pitch in for National Volunteer Week

Date: Apr 18, 2024

TYPE: News


Sioux Falls, S.D./Butte, Mont. – April 18, 2024 – NorthWestern Energy employees are planting trees, working at food banks, cleaning up trash and more during National Volunteer Week, April 21-27.

NorthWestern Energy will make donations to the organizations employees are volunteering with in recognition of their work.

“NorthWestern Energy’s 1,500 employees live, work and raise their families in the communities we serve,” said NorthWestern Energy President and Chief Executive Officer Brian Bird. “Contributing to make our communities better places to live for all is a core value of our company.”

Several projects, such as planting trees at Poly Vista Park in Billings, Montana and the South Dakota State University campus in Brookings, S.D. and clean up along the Big Sioux River in Sioux Falls, S.D. and Blacktail Creek Trail in Butte, Montana recognize Earth Day.

Last year NorthWestern Energy contributed $94,900 in recognition of employee volunteerism with organizations in the communities we serve. 

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