ConocoPhillips is actively involved in the communities in which it operates, through charitable contributions, community outreach and employee volunteerism.
Employees contribute more than 5,000 total volunteer hours each year, and the company offers grants to help fund employee-championed programs. ConocoPhillips employees request, on average, more than 150 employee volunteer grants each year – a reflection of ConocoPhillips’ commitment to encouraging and supporting employee involvement in the community.
Employee volunteerism runs the gamut from serving on nonprofit boards to coaching youth teams and participating in the United Way Day of Caring. The faces of ConocoPhillips employees are visible throughout Alaska communities as they give their time and energy. Our employees play a valuable role in helping these important groups achieve their missions, improving the lives of all Alaskans.
Since 2000, the company has donated more than $87 million to Alaska nonprofit organizations including more than $27 million to the University of Alaska. The company was the single largest contributor to the cancer center at Providence Alaska Medical Center with a $5 million donation.