Black Hills Energy donates iPhones and iPads to local non-profits

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SCOTTSBLUFF, Neb. Black Hills Energy’s mission is to improve the quality of life with energy.\
They are giving back by providing over 200 iPads and iPhones to non-profit organizations across the state.

Within our Panhandle, Alliance, Chadron, Gordon, Hay Springs, Rushville and Scottsbluff non-profits will receive them. Within Scottsbluff, Valley Youth Connections was chosen. (Brian Sherrod, KNEP)

23 organizations in 15 communities across the state will receive these electronics today.

Within our Panhandle, Alliance, Chadron, Gordon, Hay Springs, Rushville and Scottsbluff non-profits will receive them.

Within Scottsbluff, Valley Youth Connections was chosen.

“We are grateful that they felt that what we do here at Valley Youth Connections in our community is beneficial,” explained Chris Wilson, Co-Owner of Valley Youth Connections.

Black Hills Energy says they are happy to give and help anyway that they can.

This is more than just a job to them.

“We are not only Black Hills Energy employees,” said Scott Borders, Operations Manager for Black Hills Energy. “We live here. We work here. We play here. Our customers are our friends and neighbors and it’s very important to us to be able to provide services like this.”

Imperial, Ogallala, Ansley, Lexington, Ord, Lincoln, Albion, Columbus and Norfolk non-profits will also receive these electronics throughout the state.