When severe drought conditions began more than a decade ago, Tucson Electric Power volunteers began helping state officials provide water for desert wildlife. In partnership with the Arizona Game and Fish Department, TEP donates the use of a 3,000-gallon tanker truck — and the water — and employees volunteer their time to drive the water
For more than two decades, TEP has helped the Reid Park Zoo move animals, build enclosures and sponsor conservation education programs.
TEP partners with the wildlife rescue, rehabilitation and relocation group Wild At Heart to create new homes for burrowing owls.
For some TEP retirees, leaving the company’s workforce means they devote even more time to the causes they hold dear.
The grants will help nonprofit organizations offer programs that improve the health and well-being of children, families and seniors.
The partnership between TEP and Fed By Threads has generated 9,120 meals for Feeding America.
A program that uses the Arizona Trail to give schoolchildren outdoor educational experiences received a big boost from Tucson Electric Power to expand its reach. The Seeds of Stewardship program, started in 2012 by the Arizona Trail Association, takes a novel approach by going beyond simple field trips to work with the same students throughout