Purchase a Nostalgic PG&E Logo Hat to support communities affected by COVID-19

The last day to order is 6/26/20 at midnight!  This is a group order.  Your order will ship approximately 2-3 weeks from the day after the sale closes.  You will receive an email confirmation with a tracking # once your order ships. 
If you need to place an order for 10+ hats and they are all going to different addresses:  you can use this bulk order link:   https://form.jotform.com/201486550064048

During the COVID-19 pandemic, PG&E Employees have remained focused on public and employee safety, and are committed to providing essential gas and electric service to customers throughout our service territory.  Many people in our communities are facing financial hardships including food insecurity during this pandemic. 

To support our communities affected by the pandemic, PG&E is providing an option to give back through the COVID-19 Relief Legacy Logo Hat Fundraiser.

Two hat designs are available: A 1980s trucker style in navy blue, or a pre-‘80s PG&E legacy brown cap. Hats have the nostalgic legacy logo on the front and a patch on the back with “Giving back to the community: Pandemic relief 2020.” Limited Editions: Order now through June 26. Shipping is FREE and items will be sent directly to your home or other address. Wear your PG&E pride—or buy a batch to thank your team or colleagues!

When you purchase a $25 “Old School PG&E” Legacy Logo Hat you will help support communities affected by COVID-19. $5 of your purchase will be automatically donated to The California Association of Food Banks.  The PG&E Corporation Foundation will match each $5 donation, 100 percent, doubling the impact of your donation to communities in need.  The COVID-19 Relief Legacy Logo Hat Fundraiser will run until June 26, 2020.  No action is required for your donation to receive the automatic company match.

The California Association of Food Banks (CAFB) is a membership organization of 41 food banks from throughout the state with a shared mission to end hunger in California and a firm commitment to providing cutting-edge leadership in the anti-hunger community. Their major programs provide fresh produce to food banks; statewide programs for food stamp outreach and enrollment; robust state and federal advocacy efforts; produce education; and member services that offer assistance with special projects as well as technical support.