Nonprofits can now apply for first round of Dominion Energy Charitable Foundation grants

March 14, 2024
  • Grants support human needs, environmental stewardship, education, and community vitality.
  • Starting in 2024, applications will be accepted online during two annual grant cycles.
  • Deadline to apply for spring grant cycle is April 2.

South Carolina nonprofit and educational organizations in the Dominion Energy service territory are encouraged to apply for grants up to $15,000 from the Dominion Energy Charitable Foundation.

Dominion Energy will consider grant requests that focus on human needs, environmental stewardship, education, and community vitality.

Starting this year, the foundation has adopted a new application process and will now accept grant requests twice per year – once in the spring and once in the fall. The deadline for spring applications is April 2, and grant winners will be announced in June.

“Many of the organizations Dominion Energy supports are at the tip of the spear in our communities to make our great state an even better and more beautiful place for people to live and visit,” said Keller Kissam, president of Dominion Energy South Carolina. “More importantly, they are the ones who really are our brother’s keeper and who are our sister’s keeper when our neighbors need a helping hand, so I’m proud that we support the critical work they do.”

In 2023 Dominion Energy and its charitable foundation gave more than $46 million to support charitable causes. For details, visit


About the Dominion Energy Charitable Foundation

About 6 million customers in 15 states energize their homes and businesses with electricity or natural gas from Dominion Energy (NYSE: D). Through its Dominion Energy Charitable Foundation as well as EnergyShare and other programs, Dominion Energy contributed $46.7 million in 2023 to community causes. The Foundation supports nonprofit causes that meet basic human needs, protect the environment, promote education, and encourage community vitality. Please visit to learn more.