We at Prime Power understand the importance of giving back to the community. More than a check in the box, employees at Prime Power believe that it is our corporate duty to improve the quality of life by providing for those in need and contributing to the culture of our local community. We also take great pride in employing veterans of our nationâ€™s armed forces. More than 25% of Prime Power employees served in the nationâ€™s military.
Service. It’s what we know. It’s what we do.
By Our Talents
Prime Power employees are active in the community in a wide spectrum of capacities. From active leadership in Boy Scouts of America and in local churches to leadership in Marietta Kiwanis and the Marine Corps League, you can find Prime Power employees engaged in giving through active involvement in the community. We believe that our responsibility as good citizens extends beyond the 9 to 5. Prime Power employees contribute their time and talents to the betterment of the world around them through active participation in more than 25 service organizations.
By Our Giving
Each year Prime Power elects to support a charitable organization through financial giving. As our company continues to grow by the good graces of our family of customers, we in turn enjoy giving financially to those in the community who need. From the top down, Prime Power believes that to be successful, first you must GIVE.
Family Life Restoration Center www.familyliferestorationcenter.org
The Center for Children and Young Adults www.ccyakids.org
Crime Stoppers of Atlanta www.crimestoppersatlanta.org
Fragile Kids Foundation www.fragilekids.org
Childrens Brain Injury www.ChildrensBrainInjury.org
Must Ministries www.mustministries.org
For the Arts
Prime Power believes that the heart of a community exists in its culture, and that contributing to the arts improves the quality of life found in the community. Prime Power annually donates to support the arts in the South East and is proud to support the Theatre in the Square in Marietta, Georgia, Cobb Countyâ€™s largest not-for-profit arts organization and only professional theater.
For the Future
Prime Power believes the strength of a community is found in the education of its future. For this reason, Prime Power has been a committed donor to the Atlanta Journal-Constitution News for Kids Program. Through News for Kids, Prime Power promotes literacy and the understanding of local and global current events by putting newspapers in the hands of teachers and students in South Cobb schools. Prime Power employees also participate in the Cobb Countyâ€™s Partners in Education Program to strengthen the countyâ€™s school system.