Concern for Community
The PPCS board and employees strive to be good stewards through our work and community involvement. The seventh cooperative principle, concern for community, encourages us to work for the "sustainable development of our communities through policies accepted by our members." Our employees are active in our local communities through participation in volunteer groups, governing boards, church boards, and youth activities.
Child ID Program
PPCS has worked since 2003 to help protect our children through the National Child ID Program.
Power Line Safety Demonstration
PPCS promotes electrical safety and awareness through our Power Line Safety Demonstration. Contact us today to schedule a demonstration for your group.
Live Better Community Service Award
PPCS recognizes local volunteers making a difference in our communities with our Live Better Community Service Award.
Operation Round Up
PPCS helps those less fortunate in our communities through our Operation Round Up program.
Scholarships and Student Contests
PPCS supports the education of our youth through scholarships.
PPCS offers two unique programs for teens - the Youth Leadership Congress (YLC) and the NRECA National Youth Tour in Washington, DC.
Pierce Pepin Cares Foundation
Commitment to community is one of our core cooperative principles.
Pierce Pepin Imagination Library
Pierce Pepin Imagination Library is funded through Pierce Pepin Cares, the charitable foundation of Pierce Pepin Cooperative Services.
Emerging Leaders Application
PPCS has designed an innovative educational program focusing on the cooperative business model and governance.