Ameren Missouri’s commitment to investing in communities spreads farther than just power lines. Ameren Missouri has been actively contributing to the unique needs of programs and organizations in the communities we serve. See our Connecting Missouri - Connecting Communities brochure
The Ameren Charitable Trust was established in 1944 to serve as the principal source of Ameren Missouri’s investments in a variety of community projects. Since that time, more than $68 million has been contributed to thousands of community organizations and institutions. Funding for the Trust comes entirely from corporate earnings - it is not charged to customers as a business expense.
In keeping with our goal of enhancing the quality of life in the communities we serve, contributions support:
- Arts and Culture
- Civic and Community
- Youth and Education
- Health and Human Services
- The Environment
Ameren Missouri also provides limited support to non-profit organizations in the form of surplus materials, such as office furnishings, computers and other items that have been removed from service.
The same application steps
are required for non-monetary contributions.