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NSM_TEASER
Perspectives
Safety
June 21, 2021

Atmos Energy’s commitment to safety is a core value, reflected in our vision statement, and it permeates our culture.  It is evident in our people, processes, procedures, and practices.  We live this safety value; it is part of who we are.

Perspectives
Safety
June 14, 2021

Atmos Energy’s commitment to safety is a core value, reflected in our vision statement, and it permeates our culture.  It is evident in our people, processes, procedures, and practices.  We live this safety value; it is part of who we are.

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Perspectives
Community
June 9, 2021

Atmos Energy donated $50,000 to the Dallas Education Foundation to support six high-need DISD schools (including Charles Rice Learning Center, pictured) for iStations, a game-like, supplemental learning system that covers reading (Spanish and English), writing, and math. The content in Istation is individualized for each student and allows teacher tracking of each student’s understanding and progress.

Week 1 NSM_TEASER
Perspectives
Safety
June 8, 2021

Atmos Energy’s commitment to safety is a core value, reflected in our vision statement, and it permeates our culture.  It is evident in our people, processes, procedures, and practices.  We live this safety value; it is part of who we are.

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Perspectives
Community
June 4, 2021
Thanks to a $100,000 gift from Atmos Energy and the Schlessman Family Foundation, Greeley-Weld Habitat for Humanity recently broke ground on a new zero net energy (ZNE) home in Evans, Colo. The recipient is a single mother of four children and one grandchild.
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Perspectives
Nonprofit Spotlight
June 1, 2021
In 2013, Carol and Bill Greer aspired to offer educational and training opportunities to individuals with special needs during high school and after they graduate. So the Greers founded Top Crops, a continuing education program on the campus of Western Kentucky University that teaches individuals with intellectual disabilities how to become gardeners and sellers of healthy foods for the Bowling Green community.