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Where there’s ‘Wheels’ there’s a way to help those in need: Buckle up and do something good!

#Giving Tuesday is November 28: Participate in this annual day of giving by making a donation at www.MOWTampa.org or by calling (813) 238-8410 on 11/28/17! Once Halloween is in the rearview mirror, the holidays come at us like a speeding … Continue reading

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TECO and Meals on Wheels of Tampa (and you?): A powerful connection to help people in need

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Wheels convey a sense of momentum, of course, and when you see them on vehicles in the community, it’s always at least two or more working together. With Meals on Wheels, TECO team members have a tremendous partnership, a unique … Continue reading

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Feeding Tampa Bay and TECO bring the power of a thriving, growing partnership to the table in the fight against hunger

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A good, healthy meal deserves a clean, well-lighted place. But a lot of people in the Tampa Bay area – one in seven adults and one in four children, in fact – face hunger on a daily basis. Feeding Tampa … Continue reading

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TECO to Tampa: Go Fourth and enjoy Friday festivities downtown, May 27 and every fourth Friday of the month!

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One of the last times TECO oversaw a big event in downtown Tampa, it involved dramatic lighting installations. This time around, it’s the smiles of company team members, your friends, neighbors and people from across the area that continue to … Continue reading

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Lighting team helps more than 200 students rise and shine with donated breakfasts

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Keeping streets bright is the charge of the Tampa Electric team that Jodie Brett is on, but for her and her community-focused co-workers, watching the faces of children light up has its own rewards. Brett, a planner scheduler with the … Continue reading

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