Everyone at Kenny Electric stands behind fundamental core values which include Trust, Quality, Integrity, Family, and Community.

When not delivering the highest quality service and solutions, the team at Kenny Electric is giving back to the communities in which we serve.  Check out the wonderful work these organizations are doing.

Special Olymics Plane Pull

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Superheros Make a Difference. Kenny Electric joined 92 other teams, to participate in the 8th Annual Special Olympics Colorado Plane Pull in Denver. The challenge pits teams in a giant tug-of-war with a 164,000 lb airplane, racing to pull it 12-feet in the shortest amount of time. (Kenny’s pull-time 9.847 sec.) What was remarkable, in the event’s seven-year history, this year registered a historic number of groups who raised a record-breaking $217,500. Wow! Learn more about participating here: specialolympicsco.org/planepull

Kick Kawasaki Disease

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On June 8th, team Kenny ran a fun 5K to “Kick Kawasaki Disease.” The event is special because this disease impacts one of our own. Pictured here are Sue Armstrong, Jacob Miltenberger, Josh and Ally Palaszewski, Mike, Nora, Dylan, and Hannah Kuyk, and Bruce and Max Hawkins. This small event raised an amazing $20,000 to fund research on the early diagnosis and treatment of the disease. Learn more about the Kawasaki Foundation.

Natrona County Meals-On-Wheels

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Kenny Electric cares for the community in spades. The Natrona County Meals-On-Wheels is focused on ending hunger among senior citizens across the country. The Kenny team from Colorado and Wyoming, consisting of Cole Jones, Dave Pavelka, and Josh Palaszewski (and family), supported this fantastic organization by participating in the Casper Boat Club Poker Run on July 27th. This year’s theme was Gilligan’s Island. The event raised over $30,000, which assists in the delivery of more than hot, nutritious meals, but care for the overall well-being of the program’s recipients. Learn more at mealswheels.com

Hunting-with-Heroes

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Kenny Electric participated in the Wyoming Contractors Association’s Charity Golf Tournament earlier in July, which benefited the organization Hunting-with-Heroes.  Their mission is to give back to our nation’s disabled veterans by honoring them with unique hunting, fishing and other outdoor experiences. The team from Kenny, consisting of Shawn Miller, Kendall Bywater, Nick Wieser, and Brandon Waltrip were among many industry partners who participated in the event, raising over $22,000 for the charity. For more information on how you can get involved visit huntingwithheroes.org

Running with the Herd

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Kenny Electric was a proud Mile Marker Sponsor for the 2019 Casper Marathon.  “Running with the Herd” is Wyoming’s largest and longest-running marathon, held annually on the first Sunday in June. Shout outs to Kenny volunteers Brandon Waltrip, Connie Richardson, and Shawn Miller who started very early in the morning setting up the start/finish line, placing mile markers, and working as crossing guards during the run.  This year’s marathon attracted over 400 participants from 34 states.  Proceeds from the event went to the Guardians of the Children, Platte River Trails, and the Casper Area Mountain Bike Youth Racing Association.  Learn more at runwyoming.com

Boys & Girls Club of Metro Denver

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JE Dunn’s 3rd Annual Golf Tournament, benefiting Boys and Girls Clubs of Metro Denver.  Sponsors and golfers raised $83,000 for the charity. It was the most money raised by a third-party fundraiser for BGCMD to date.  These funds will be able to build and continue the program that provides positive learning environments for their kids at their clubs around the Denver Metro area.  Team participants featured in this photo include left to right, Jeff Homant (JE Dunn), Brad Faelber (Kenny Electric), Jake Coutts (JE Dunn), and Scott Kalvoda (Kenny Electric.)  For more information on BGCMD visit www.bgcmd.org

Latina’s First Foundation

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The Latinas First Foundation celebrates and elevates the Latina community by focusing on the cultural and historical contributions of Latinas in Colorado. The Latinas First Foundation held its 8th Annual Luncheon on May 3, 2019, honoring eight Latina Leaders in the community while also awarding 22 scholarships to Latina high school, college, and graduate students. Kenny Electric was proud to have been a participating sponsor at this event. Learn more about this marvelous organization here latinasfirstfoundation.org

Special Olympics

Fearless Kenny Electric team takes the plunge to raise funds for Special Olympics.  Every year, thousands of people jump into ice cold water to support Special Olympics CO. This year Eloy & Wendy Martinez, Jeanne Gadbaw, Josh Palaszewski, Rachael Dina, Hector Sanchez, Devon Irwin, Jeffrey & Jessica Ortega, Alexandra Manuel, Rich Martinez, and Chassye Gallegos participated with many of them making the cold leap. This simple act brings opportunity and inclusion to over 24,000 youth and adult athletes with intellectual disabilities across Colorado. The team raised $1500 and got to meet the student ambassador for Special Olympics that recently competed in Dubai.

Project C.U.R.E.

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Several members from Kenny Electric volunteered their time packing medical supply kits for Project C.U.R.E. This organization delivers critical health supplies and hope to more than 130 developing countries. You too can help by donating your time or a little bit of your paycheck. Each sponsor C.U.R.E. Kit contains over $2,000 of medical supplies. Find our more at projectcure.org

Hope Food Bank

The team at Kenny spent Saturday, March 16, 2019 at the Hope Starts Here Food Bank donating their hands and hearts to help stock shelves with food to feed families in need in South Denver. Watch this great video showing the team having fun! Won’t you join in along with others in the community too? To learn more visit the Food Bank website https://www.shvchurch.org/food-bank/

Boys and Girls Club/ Kempe FDN

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The Kenny Electric team made it happen! In November 2018, rather than have a standard Foreman meeting the group donated their time and “skill” to assemble over a dozen bikes for the Boys and Girls Club and Kempe foundation of Denver. The game was on when smaller teams competed to see who could successfully assemble a bike the fastest.

Construction Careers Now

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Kenny Electric supports Construction Careers Now, an AGC Workforce Development program managed by BuildColorado.com, which gives job seekers a free, four-week introduction to career opportunities in the Construction Industry. READ MORE. 

Master’s Apprentice Program

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Kenny Electric is proud to again participate in the Master’s Apprentice Program providing young men a bridge to the skilled trades through basic training.  READ MORE.