DOVER, Del. – Chesapeake Utilities Corporation (NYSE: CPK) committed $100,000 to support communities devastated by Hurricane Ian. The funds expand access to shelters, accelerate debris removal, support recovery from agricultural losses, provide food and personal items and enable the delivery of other supplies and resources to those in need following the massive storm.

“Chesapeake Utilities has a long-standing presence in Florida through our Florida Public Utilities and Sharp Energy subsidiaries,” said Melissa Stamper, community affairs director. “We are committed to helping these communities and those who are affected by the impact of Hurricane Ian.”

The Company’s total $100,000 commitment is allocated to the following organizations:

  • The American Red Cross
    $35,000 was donated to assist in providing shelter, meals, relief supplies, health services and financial assistance to those affected by Hurricane Ian.
  • Feeding Florida – Florida’s Food Bank Network
    $20,000 was donated to this statewide hunger relief organization to strategically distribute food, water and disaster supplies through Florida food ba