The DP&L Foundation understands the importance of arts in our community, and has supported Victoria Theatre Association, the Dayton Art Institute, Dayton Performing Arts Alliance and Dayton Contemporary Dance Company to continue their innovative programs. DP&L has shown its commitment to workforce development by supporting organizations that help put people back to work. With a Foundation grant, Clothes that Work expanded its educational and job readiness programs for job seekers and Goodwill Easter Seals’ Miami Valley Works helps the unemployed and under employed learn new skills to help put them on the path to financial independence and stability.
DP&L stands alongside the efforts of thoughtful, committed citizens working to drive growth and prosperity. We have spent considerable effort to become an outstanding community partner by working with more than a dozen development groups seeking to spur regional development.
From our humble beginning in 1911, Dayton Power and Light has done more than keep the lights on. The company has worked tirelessly with local businesses and community groups to make investments in our region’s future by supporting local organizations that drive growth and create jobs. At DP&L, we want to help keep communities strong by making sure jobs are attracted to and remain in the Miami Valley. It’s a role we are proud of and look forward to continuing.
Tom Raga is Executive Vice President at DPL Inc., the parent company of Dayton Power & Light.