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    September 30, 2018
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Columbia Gas of Pennsylvania employees give back to our communities Utility is a best place to work because of employees' dedication to safety, customer service and community engagement With winter months upon us, many families are turning on their natural gas appliances for the first time and Co- lumbia Gas employees are out working hard to ensure the safety and reliability of natural gas delivery to fuel those appliances. "Columbia Gas employees service our communities MARCH OF DIMES they check meters, turn on service, conduct safety checks and maintenance our pipelines every day, but they are also serving our communities in different ways though employee volunteerism, monetary donations and non-profit partnerships," said Columbia Gas of Pennsyl vania President Mike Huwar As a Company, Columbia Gas has partnered with and contributed to over 200 non-profit organizations throughout the utility's 26 county service territory. In the southwestern Pennsylvania area, Columbia Gas employees have contributed donations and time to many non-profits, including a few of the following: The Washington County United Way administers the Company's employee United Way Campaign. This year Columbia Gas employee donated over $166,000 of their own income to local charities as part of the Campaign. Columbia Gas employees provided natural gas safety training and additional monetary donations to nearly a dozen local,Washington County volunteer fire depart- ments and first responders Local Columbia Gas of Pennsyluania employees participated in and raised funding for the March of Dimes March for Babies community event held at North Strabane Tounship Park Washington County based employees organized a fundraising campaign for Make-A-Wish Foundation. The Company encouraged their fundraising efforts with an additional dollar for dollar match. Thirty Columbia Gas employees volunteered witlh non-profit, the Salvation Army andWTAE's Project Bun- dle-Up to help children in-need shop for warm winter outerwear. not only the safety, but the wellbeing of families in our local neighborhoods," said Huwar. "Our employees make Co- lumbia Gas a great place to work." To learn more about Columbia Gas of Pennsylvania's commitment to the community, visit givingback. To be the first to know about the Company's involvement of Pennsylvania on Twitter and Face- book. *Company charitable contributions are not funded by customers thoug utility service rates. Charitable con- tributions are primarily funded by shareholders as a core part of the Company's commitment to support the communities and customers it serves Columbia Gas employees volunteered with the City of Washington based non-profit, Main Street Farmers Mar- ket encouraging environmental sustainability and the use of fresh produce in our communities We are humbled by our employees' commitment to in the community and for important Company announcements including emergency updates and career oppor- tunities, follow and like Columbia Gas Sponsored content brought to you by Columbia Gas of Pennsylvania