OUC Golf Tournament 2013

Giving Back

Whether Riding 4 Ronald, running the OUC Orlando Half Marathon or donating to our emergency utility assistance program (Project Care), we are passionate about making our community the best place to live, work and play. That means working hard every day to deliver the essential services our customers rely on, and then going the extra mile to give back to our community.

Project CARE: Project CARE is OUC’s emergency assistance program to help those in our community who experience a personal or family crisis that places them in danger of losing their utility service. OUC sponsors a dedicated case worker at United Way 2-1-1 to handle utility assistance inquiries and direct those customers to additional resources they may need. OUC customers and employees have the opportunity to contribute to this fund.  For every $1 donated, OUC will contribute $2 to the program. Visit the Project CARE page.Community Impact at a Glance

OUCares: OUC’s annual employee giving campaign through United Way and United Arts that supports a variety of non-profit organizations in our community.

Proud Volunteers: A program encourages and rewards employees for their volunteer work in the community. Every year OUC employees donate more than 10,000 hours of their time to numerous organizations in Central Florida.

OUC Charity Golf Tournament: Since 1995, the OUC Charity Golf Tournament has raised more than $687,000 to support more than 50+ Central Florida non-profit agencies working to better our community.

OUC Orlando Half Marathon & Track Shack Lake Eola 5k: Each December, the annual OUC Orlando Half Marathon & Track Shack Lake Eola 5K races through the streets of downtown Orlando.

Ronald McDonald House of Central Florida’s Ride-4-Ronald: The Ronald McDonald House provides lodging to families with children who require hospital stays.

OUC Celebrates Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.: OUC employees honor the life and legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. during the City of Orlando’s Annual Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Parade in Downtown.