TARRYTOWN, NY – The National Blood Clot Alliance (NBCA) received a grant from American Electric Power (AEP) in honor of its employee Imre Roland Varga’s significant volunteer service.
The AEP Connects program recognizes the commitment of its employees and retirees to their communities and supports causes that are important to them, Michael G. Morris, chairman, president and chief executive officer. More than 940 grants were made company-wide last year representing more than 124,000 volunteer hours donated by AEP employees and retirees and their families.
“Although no monetary grant can compare to the value of time our employee and retirees give to worthwhile causes, the $150 grants made by this program in the names of AEP volunteers will help schools and nonprofit organizations meet the challenges of fulfilling important human needs,” Morris said.
NBCA joins AEP in recognizing Roland for his continued support and generosity of spirit. It is through the tireless support of individuals like Roland that we are able to continue to fulfill our mission of awareness, prevention, treatment and support of blood clots and clotting disorders.