Major Grant helps bring “Ambulance Bus” to life

The amazing outcome of our $100,000 investment

In 2018 when we agreed to grant $100,000 to the Susquehanna Health Foundation toward an “ambulance bus, it was an exciting and innovative idea. But this year, we saw that idea and vision come to life.   

Now, this climate-controlled, 15 passenger, ambulance bus will be used for a variety of functions, all contributing to the health and safety of the community. The goal is to reach residents across 12 counties, 7 of which are within our territory, through paramedic and firefighter training and drills for emergency responders. It’s already been put to good use, delivering COVID19 vaccines to senior citizens in Williamsport, Lycoming County

PPL employees taking a tour of the inside of the ambulance bus

Since its founding in 2015, the PPL Foundation has contributed $15 million to organizations across our 29-county region. We’re proud to play a small part in preparing for the unique healthcare needs of this area, while supporting two of the PPL Foundation’s major focuses: education and sustainable communities. 

We’re looking forward to seeing the ambulance bus in action! 



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