ConocoPhillips Alaska

Health & Social Services


Helping improve the quality of life in the communities where we live and work is a fundamental value for ConocoPhillips and our employees. To that end, support for social services organizations comprises approximately one-quarter of the company’s contributions. In 2012 alone the company donated $6.5 million to 344 nonprofit groups in Alaska and our employees donated 7,188 hours helping their communities.</p>

ConocoPhillips Alaska is proud of our ongoing relationship with Covenant House Alaska, providing programs and services to meet the needs of homeless and runaway youth. Funding is used to provide a myriad of services, including food and shelter, GED (high school diplomacy equivalent) classes, assistance with job skills and employment and access to healthcare. ConocoPhillips has supported Covenant House for over 25 years and has provided gifts that have impacted thousands of youth transitioning to independent living.

Recently, ConocoPhillips Alaska contributed $500,000 to the "Our House is Full" campaign, to build a new home for the Covenant House Crisis Center in Anchorage. The new building will give at-risk and homeless youth, aged 13 to 20, access to better health care and healthy activities in a facility specifically designed for sanctuary and safety.