Exelon Corp. and its Baltimore-based subsidiary, Constellation, as well as Baltimore's Under Armour, are donating funds for the relief and recovery effort in Texas following Hurricane Harvey.
Exelon and Constellation are giving $150,000 to the American Red Cross, and Under Armour said it was donating $50,000 to Team Rubicon, a disaster-response veterans service organization and Under Armour partner.
Chicago-based Exelon has about 500 employees in the Houston area, as well as a Constellation field office.
The energy company has also offered up Constellation Field, a minor league baseball stadium in Sugarland, a southwestern suburb of Houston, to assist recovery efforts.
The stadium had initially been used as a temporary shelter for people displaced by flooding. Those residents are being transferred to another shelter so the field can be used as a Red Cross training center and staging area to assist with cleanup efforts in the weeks ahead, company officials said.