Riverton, Wyo. – ConocoPhillips today announced the presentation of $35,000 in charitable grants to 18 organizations across central Wyoming.
Each year, ConocoPhillips invests in local communities through charitable giving, employee volunteerism and sponsorships. This year’s donations are primarily targeted toward first responders, education, youth programs and other local services.
“We are pleased to support these important organizations,” said Mark Hamilton, Wyoming Maintenance supervisor. “These groups all play a critical role in improving the quality of life for residents in central Wyoming, and we are proud to partner with them to give back to the local communities where our employees live and work.”
A full list of this year’s grant recipients is provided below:
|Big Brothers Big Sisters of NW Wyoming|
|Boys and Girls Club of Central Wyoming|
|Fremont County Board of Cooperative Educational Services|
|Fremont County Good Samaritan Center|
|Fremont County School District #24|
|Fremont County School District #25|
|Fremont County School District #6|
|Habitat for Humanity (Riverton)|
|Help for Health|
|Hot Springs County Fair Board|
|Injury Prevention Resources|
|Kiwanis Club of Riverton|
|Lysite First Responders|
|Natrona County 4-H|
|Natrona County Kelly Walsh High School|
|Shoshoni Senior Citizens|
|Wyoming Food for Thought|
|Wyoming School Resource Officers Association|
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ConocoPhillips is the world’s largest independent E&P company based on production and proved reserves. Headquartered in Houston, Texas, ConocoPhillips had operations and activities in 16 countries, $70 billion of total assets, and approximately 10,800 employees as of Dec. 31, 2018. Production excluding Libya averaged 1,242 MBOED in 2018, and proved reserves were 5.3 billion BOE as of Dec. 31, 2018. For more information, go to www.conocophillips.com.