Community Investment


We live, work, play and give back to the community in which we live.


Our Commitment

To be a good corporate citizen in our community by serving the Greater San Antonio Area through community engagement opportunities.

We do this by coordinating engagement efforts with local chambers of commerce, non-profit and other community partnerships, fundraising for Residential Energy Assistance Program (REAP), volunteerism, & Smart Energy Education programs. 

Our Focus Areas

We are committed to supporting our community through financial sponsorships, volunteerism, and community online casino gamespartnerships and events.

Eligible Sponsorships and Memberships are those that show an alignment with CPS Energy’s role in the community, advance CPS Energy's business interests, and are consistent with CPS Energy’s goals and strategic plan. 

Community and Civic Engagement

Community and Civic Engagement

Programs that have team members serving on boards; and/or

Programs aimed at improving customer relations, increased customer awareness and/or visibility of CPS Energy.

Economic and Business Development

Economic and Business Development

Programs that deliver value to our community by strengthening and diversifying San Antonio’s economy through business recruitment, retention, and expansion; and/or

Programs that support innovation, job creation, or advance CPS Energy business objectives.

Education and Workforce Development

Education and Workforce Development

Education programs that promote math, science, engineering, and technology; improve workforce skills; or encourage individual development through scholarships, mentoring, and internships; and/or

Professional Memberships contributing to the development of our workforce.

Environmental Conservation and Stewardship

Environmental Conservation and Stewardship

Programs to improve the quality of our environment; promote environmental education, conservation, and preservation; or support the development of cleaner sources of energy.

Safe & Efficient Use of Energy

Safe & Efficient Use of Energy

Industry Memberships; and/or

Programs contributing to energy policy dialogue or engagement.



CPS Energy is always willing to lend a helping hand. From our 3,000+ employees, retirees and our families, we are here to support our local nonprofits through volunteerism.  

If you are a non-profit organization looking for volunteers, please submit stake us casino reviewyour volunteer request via email to [email protected].

Please Note

CPS Energy has an invitation-only policy for Sponsorship or Membership requests. Currently, CPS Energy Corporate Responsibility is inviting a limited number of nonprofits to apply for sponsorships that align with our focus areas. CPS Energy will not accept unsolicited Sponsorship or Membership requests or requests for funding submitted outside of the invitation-only process. 

General Eligibility

A CPS Energy Sponsorship or Membership must support an organization or event that furthers the interests of CPS Energy. CPS Energy will only sponsor events or join organizations that have a proven track record in addressing key community needs and that can deliver measurable results for sustainable improvements in the communities in which we serve and operate our business. 

Specific Eligibility Requirements

  • Programs must directly benefit a segment of CPS Energy customers, stakeholders, and/or the communities in CPS Energy’s service territory;
  • Eligible organizations must be tax-exempt under Section 501(c) of the Internal Revenue Code; and
  • Eligible organizations must have been operating in good standing (taken the appropriate steps to meet regulatory requirements) at least three years.

General Resistrctions

In general, CPS Energy will not sponsor events or activities, or purchase Memberships related to the following:

  •  Any group not qualified as a nonprofit, tax-exempt organization under section 501(c) of the Internal Revenue Code;
  • Political parties, organizations or campaigns;
  • Religious, fraternal, stake us casino promo codesocial, or recreational activities;
  • Individuals or unincorporated groups or bodies;
  • Individual (K-12) schools or foundations;
  • School-affiliated group Sponsorships (such as for orchestras, bands, choirs, drama groups, class parties, or team projects); and/or
  • Individuals and groups seeking educational or travel grants for contests, pageants, trips or conventions.