Hi-Line is proud to partner with a number of key organizations and great causes, in addition to maintaining several annual memberships with key associations, all of which who support the electric utility, contracting, renewable energy, and public power industries.

We encourage you to learn more about these organizations and associations. Please reach out to us should you have any questions.

LineLife Foundation

Locations: Arizona, California, Florida, Missouri Pennsylvania, Texas and Wisconsin

LineLife Foundation (LLF) is a 501(c)(3)nonprofit organization dedicated to compassionately serving Power Lineworkers and their families in times of crisis immediately following work-related accidents and Power Lineworkers in times of need during storm restoration.

LLF offers volunteer based local support to the injured worker’s family following a work-related accident. Types of support include local volunteers providing on-site, non-therapeutic support, supplies, funds, lodging, meals as well as furnishing the family with resources of what to do next.

In cases of storm or disasters, LLF provides necessary support and supplies to workers where emergency restoration is required, including clothing, laundry services, meals, and other items. Each circumstance is unique in both nature and severity, as well as the availability of local volunteers. As such, each accident and disaster may require different support. LLF board reviews each incident to assure appropriate local volunteer support is offered where possible.

National Sisterhood United for Journeymen Linemen (NSUJL)

216 Main Street FRNT, White Haven, PA 18661

NSUJL is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization dedicated to assisting fallen or injured IBEW Journeymen Linemen, Utility Linemen, Apprentice Linemen, Groundmen, Operators , LCTT and/or their spouses and minor children.

NSUJL believes in restoring some stability in the lives of our families while they cope with the harsh realities of a work related accident. Their financial support covers basic necessities such as but not limited to: Housing payment, electric, water, heat, food, trash, vehicle, insurance, and transportation and hotel rooms for out of area medical appointments and hospital stays.

NSUJL’s nationwide members volunteer their time to assist the family directly. This assistance includes late night phone calls, delivering home cooked meals, helping with household chores, etc. TAX ID: 454670118

National Association of Journeyman Linemen (NAJL)

1924 Tabby Way, New Smyrna, FL 32168

The National Association of Journeymen Linemen (NAJL) is a 501c6 focused on public awareness and respect for the Line Trade for the last eight years.

Through working with our US Congress and Senate for the recognition of Linemen with National Lineman’s Appreciation Day, April 18th, to working with great organizations and line companies, and speaking across the nation on what lineman do.

NAJL wishes to thank all lineman families who support the cause when their lineman work long hours, and putting themselves in harm’s way for others. The trade has come from great men like, Tesla, Westinghouse, Edison, Miller and many more featured at the International Linemen’s Museum Hall of Fame. May God Bless All who give of themselves. “LINEMEN”