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Our employees contribute more than 7,000 volunteer hours annually to food banks, youth teams, homeless shelters, the arts, and programs that enhance the environment. We also provide grant dollars to various youth, education, civic, and social service nonprofit groups in Alaska that our employees support through commitment of their time and personal donations. By donating time, knowledge, and financial support to Alaska nonprofits, our employees touch the lives of thousands of Alaskans per year in a positive way.

Community Involvement

Involvement in community projects fuels individual passions, develops new skills and facilitates teamwork. Individual involvement in the community benefits our employees because they become more a part of the fabric of the community in which they work. The community benefits from the time and skills contributed. Company authorized and sponsored volunteer efforts also encourage employees to understand and appreciate the interdependence between the company they work for and the communities where we do business.

ConocoPhillips employees have formed teams and participated in outdoor activities which served dual purposes. Through these activities, the company’s emphasis on healthy living and enjoyment of the outdoors is reinforced. Just as importantly, these activities benefit worthy causes because ConocoPhillips donated up to $100 per employee participant for events like:

  • Ski for Women charity event benefiting Abused Women’s Aid in Crisis (AWAIC)
  • The Multiple Sclerosis Bike Tour joining the fight against MS
  • The 5K Heart Run supporting the American Heart Association
  • The Tour de Cure cycling event which raises funds and public awareness of diabetes
  • Alaska Run for Women, a walk/run to raise awareness of breast cancer and other health issues
  • Ski for Women charity event benefiting Abused Women’s Aid in Crisis (AWAIC)
  • Bike for Women benefiting Let Every Woman Know
  • Gold Nugget Triathlon
  • Relay for Life benefiting the American Cancer Society 
  • Nordic Ski Association's Tour of Anchorage
  • Food Bank of Alaska's Skinny Turkey Trot
  • Anchorage Salmon Run hosted by the Inlet View PTA
  • Girls on the Run, a youth running program
  • The Special Olympics Alaska 10K Classic
  • Green Star's Bike to Work Day
  • Lupus Foundation's Frightening 4K Walk
  • UAA's Mayor’s Midnight Sun Marathon

Company Grants

To demonstrate support for employees and their respective personal involvement with charitable organizations, the company offers grants to help fund employee-championed programs.

ConocoPhillips employees typically request more than 200 employee volunteer grants annually, directing nearly $150,000 to more than 100 different youth, educational, civic and social service nonprofit organizations in Alaska. Our employees volunteered more than 7,000 hours in local communities through efforts such as serving on boards, coaching local teams, United Way Day of Caring activities and participating in charity athletic events including walks, runs and biking fundraisers