To celebrate National Volunteer Month in April, we’re sharing stories about some of our employees who give back to the community during their off hours.
TEP is supporting a new Tucson Fire Department program that connects non-emergency 911 callers with agencies that can best help them.
TEP provided lighting to allow the zoo’s crane operator to place Mabu into his habitat.
In 2017, TEP made a measurable impact in our community. Check out these impressive statistics.
This year marks the 25th anniversary of TEP’s Community Action Team, which supports local nonprofit agencies and causes.
TEP is proud to begin its five-year sponsorship of the Winterhaven Festival of Lights, a family-friendly community event that began more than 65 years ago.
Long after they stop working, TEP retirees stay connected to the community through volunteer activities.