We partner with our communities and customers, providing the kind of energy that fuels those areas and the lives of those we serve.
Each winter members of the Norfolk team come together to hit the lanes and raise awareness for food insecurity in the northeast Nebraska community.
Black Hills Energy is proud to support the BGCCW.
Black Hills Energy has been a longtime supporter of MTI energy programs through in kind and cash donations, employee engagement on advisory boards, and numerous collaborative efforts.
The Weston County Fairgrounds are known as the place where Weston County comes together.
The local 461 Cub Scout unit in Papillion, Nebraska got to learn about natural gas by visiting the Black Hills Energy operations facility.
Black Hills Energy employees in Cody, Wyoming, were recently on hand to present a donation to the Park County Animal Shelter.
Serenity Inc. helps survivors of domestic violence heal and regain their personal strength and power.
Court Appointed Special Advocates (CASA) work every day towards ensuring that every child who has experienced abuse or neglect can be safe, have a permanent home, and the opportunity to thrive.
Volunteers saw the need to help man’s best friend in 2007 and they’ve been rescuing dogs of all breeds ever since.
Meet the “Jagwires”, the team of 24 students from Southeast Valley High School, home of the Jaguars, vying for a spot at this year’s FIRST Robotics Competition Iowa Regional.
The Wyoming Rescue Mission (WRM) shows love to those struggling with homelessness by providing daily meals, overnight shelter, clothing and counseling.
Black Hills Energy recently donated 300 hygiene kits to the Dodge City Salvation Army to support the nonprofit’s mission to help vulnerable adults and families.
The Black Hills Energy Lexington operations team recently presented the staff at the YMCA with a $24,000 check to build the Black Hills Energy Snack Shack.
The Boys and Girls Clubs of Central Wyoming is pushing the limits of technology and building an even greater future for the youth who are tomorrow’s lawyers, bus drivers, politicians, scientists, artists, and so much more.
When Keaton enrolled in his high school’s work experience course, he got more than the two credit hours he bargained for.