ExxonMobil Community Outreach and Support Initiatives

Community support

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In addition to our corporate initiatives, nearly 12,000 Exxon™- and Mobil™-branded stations across the nation are committed to supporting their communities. Exxon- and Mobil-branded stations have helped communities clean up and recover after natural disasters. They have provided free fuel, meals and drinks to healthcare workers and first responders in times of crisis. They have supported local families in need with free lunches and donations to local food banks. It's an ever-growing list, and you can see some of the efforts happening near you below.

What’s happening in your state

  • In July 2021, Blackmon Oil, Inc. rolled up their sleeves and helped those in need in Palmer, AK. The team cleared 8 acres of land for a vegetable garden and retreat center, built roads, and repaired sleeping huts at the Alaska Dream Center, an addiction recovery center.
  • On May 7 – National Nurses Day – a Mobil-branded Circle K station in Glendale, California partnered with Southern California Honda Dealers to give out care packages and $15,500 in free gas to medical workers.
  • A branded wholesaler in Colorado donated $5,000 of gasoline to healthcare workers and first responders; $20,000 to the Colorado COVID Relief Fund; and free coffee/fountain drinks to healthcare workers and first responders.
  • The Wills Group, a branded wholesaler operating across Delaware, Maryland and the Washington, D.C. area, donated $200,000 to local foodbanks including the Delaware Food Bank, Maryland Food Bank, Feed More and the Capital Area Food Bank.
  • Clipper Petroleum, an Exxon™- and Mobil™-branded wholesaler, provided $40,000 to the Georgia Mountain Food Bank, Straight Street Ministries BackPack Love, the Good News Clinic, White County Backpack Buddies and Oconee Area Resource Council to provide food and medical services. Clipper Petroleum also provided free coffee to first responders at their convenience stores across Georgia.
  • Kelley Williamson Company donated thousands of dollars to hospitals and nonprofits in the Rockford, Illinois area including Saint Anthony Medical Center, Rosecrance Recovery, Lifescape Community Services’ Meals on Wheels program, Rockford Rescue Mission, Carpenter’s Place, and the Boys & Girls Club of Rockford. Kelley’s Markets also provided free coffee and fountain drinks to all police, fire, ambulance, rescue and first responders.
  • At ExxonMobil’s Baton Rouge refinery, we reimbursed 30,000 gallons of fuel for emergency response vehicles and gave gas gift cards to local healthcare workers.
  • ExxonMobil’s Baton Rouge Chemical Plant produced 160,000 gallons of medical-grade hand sanitizer, which was donated to health care providers and first responders in Louisiana, Texas, New York, New Jersey, Pennsylvania and New Mexico. Lard Oil, a Mobil fuels and lubricants wholesaler, distributed the hand sanitizer in Louisiana and other states.
  • Lard Oil also donated Mobil-branded phone chargers to local hospital workers so they could stay connected with their loved ones.
  • Several branded wholesalers in Louisiana including Brother’s Petroleum, Popingo’s Convenience Stores, LLC and Lard Oil donated gas gift cards to local hospital workers.
  • The ExxonMobil Baton Rouge Refinery and distributor Lard Oil donated approximately 28,000 gallons of Synergy gasoline and Synergy Diesel Efficient to support Hurricane Laura recovery efforts in the Lake Charles and Sulphur communities. The refinery provided the gasoline and diesel directly from its Baton Rouge terminal, and Lard Oil transported the fuel to the impacted areas for distribution to emergency responders. Learn more.
  • The ExxonMobil Beaumont refinery and distributor, Tri-Con donated nearly 15,000 gallons of fuel to the City of Orange, and the City of Vinton. The fuel will be used for city response vehicles as both of these cities continue to recover from Hurricane Laura. Learn more
  • SMO Energy, a branded wholesaler operating across Delaware, Maryland and the Washington, D.C. area, donated $200,000 to local foodbanks including the Delaware Food Bank, Maryland Food Bank, Feed More and the Capital Area Food Bank.
  • Energy North Group provided 250 gas gift cards, 200 box lunches and car washes to local first responders.
  • Global LP donated funds to Chelsea Hunger Network to serve families in need in one of Massachusetts’ hardest-hit communities. In addition, their team prepared and delivered over 3,000 meals over 3,000 meals to their own store associates and terminal operators who continue to provide their communities with essential goods and services.
  • In Lowell, Massachusetts, a local Mobil™-branded station provided free fuel to the community, fulfilling the birthday wish of two teenagers who made it their wish to give out free fuel to healthcare workers for the day.
  • A Mobil-branded station in North Oxford donated meals to the UMASS Barre Family Health Center and Memorial Medical Center whose biotech labs do infectious disease research and are currently doing research on COVID-19.
  • In the month of April, Conlee Oil distributed $3,200 worth of Exxon and Mobil gas gift cards via a local radio station in order to award frontline workers.
  • J&H Oil and Kelly Fuels donated surplus food from their stores to local hospitals in the Grand Rapids and Jackson, Michigan area.
  • Mississippi-headquartered Lipscomb Oil Company donated 500 meals to four local hospitals in Greenville, Mississippi; Lake Village, Arkansas; Dumas, Arkansas; and McGehee, Arkansas. In addition, all of Lipscomb’s gas stations provided healthcare workers and first responders free coffee and fountain drinks. Learn more
  • Wallis Oil's On the Run convenience stores worked with local nonprofits and food banks to donate approximately 10,000 brown bag lunches per week to help those in need. They also gave out free fountain drinks to first responders.
  • A Mobil-branded station in Lebanon, New Hampshire donated meals to the Lebanon Fire Department, wearing homemade ‘Star Wars’ cloth masks.
  • In New Jersey, home to ExxonMobil’s research and engineering hub in Clinton, ExxonMobil gave $114,000 for COVID-19 support to the Hunterdon County United Way, which has joined forces with United Way of Northern New Jersey to promote the ALICE Recovery Fund, supporting the quarter of our area neighbors who are asset-limited, income-constrained and employed.
  • In the Permian region, which spans west Texas and southeast New Mexico, ExxonMobil donated $100,000 to the Carlsbad Municipal School District to support online education; funding helped provide technology and internet connectivity to low-income students living in remote locations with limited access to the internet.
  • In April, Gas Land Petroleum contributed 2,000 protective masks and 2,000 medical gowns to Vassar Brothers Medical Center (VBMC) in Poughkeepsie, New York.
  • Global LP's Albany Terminal worked with local restaurants to purchase meals for 60 low-income families, as well as donating to the Boys & Girls Clubs of America.
  • Reid Petroleum's Crosby's convenience stores partnered with ConnectLife to host blood drives at their stores from April to September, giving $5 Crosby's gift cards to those donating. The brand also gave free coffee to first responders and medical professionals.
  • A Mobil™-branded station in Shokan, New York, provided 115 dinners for residents in need of food and donated 25 dinners of roasted chicken and twice-baked potatoes to the COVID-19 testing site in Kingston, New York.
  • Calloway Oil offered free car washes and coffee to police and firemen at their EZStop convenience stores across Tennessee. They also donated 500 masks to police stations and the local jail.
  • From April 6 to April 17, Highland Corporation’s Fast Stop convenience stores sourced, packaged and delivered over 1,300 box lunches to front-line workers at local hospitals and to first responders in the communities where they operate across Tennessee, including Scott Healthcare, the Lawrenceburg Police Department, the Maury Regional Medical Center and the Dickson Police Department. You can find more info on their Facebook page.
  • On July 15, 2021 at Connecticut’s Saybrook Point Marina, the ExxonMobil and Chestnut fishing team boat won the 9th Annual Charity Fishing Tournament to Benefit St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital. But the big winners of the day were the Children of St. Jude, as Chestnut Market announced later in the evening that with the help of many vendors and friends, the company raised $23,715 for the Memphis, TN based research hospital.
  • In the greater Houston area – where 11,000 of ExxonMobil’s employees call home – we have given nearly half a million dollars so far for COVID-19 relief. This includes:
    • $250,000 to Houston-area food banks, including $50,000 in gas gift cards to help deliver one million free meals to those in need.
    • Meals and masks: $100,000 for personal protective equipment to Texas Medical Center member hospitals, the Houston Police Foundation, the Fire Fighters Foundation of Houston and the Spring Fire Department, plus $100,000 to the Texas Restaurant Relief Fund for the preparation and delivery of approximately 6,000 meals for front-line workers.
  • In the Permian, ExxonMobil gave $100,000 to the West Texas Food Bank to support hunger relief in the Midland-Odessa area and across West Texas.
  • ExxonMobil’s Beaumont Refinery, alongside Tri-Con, an ExxonMobil branded wholesaler, provided approximately 25,000 gallons of fuel to Jefferson County and the City of Beaumont for use in first-response vehicles. The refinery also donated hand sanitizer to Jefferson County, the City of Beaumont, and the Baptist Hospitals of Southeast Texas.
  • ExxonMobil’s Baytown Refinery, alongside Tri-Con, donated 30,000 gallons of fuel to emergency responders and 150 gas gift cards to students at Lee College.
  • McCraw Oil, owner of Kwik Chek stores across Texas and Oklahoma, committed to helping those at local hospitals by delivering care packages to local hospitals containing snacks and gift cards. They also matched up to $5,000 in donations made in-store to the United Way as part of the #TexansHelpingTexans campaign. More information can be found on their Facebook page.
  • On July 14, 2021 CFISD community partner, Landmark Industries/Timewise Food Stores, made a generous $500 donation to Truitt Middle School to fund a new robotics club for the 2021-2022 school year. The robotics club will be the first at Truitt. Learn More.
  • A dealer at Petro MG provided care packages to Inova Fairfax Hospital and nearby police and fire stations; offered free oil changes and tire rotation to first responders, healthcare workers and hospital support staff; and supplied free cloth masks to customers. They also worked with various local businesses (salons, gyms, restaurants and barber shops) that were impacted by Covid-19 to give out $250 in gas gift cards.
  • In Spokane, Washington, ExxonMobil and wholesaler CityServiceValcon donated $8,000 in fuel and gas gift cards to emergency responders and healthcare workers.
  • SMO Energy, a branded wholesaler operating across Delaware, Maryland and the Washington, D.C. area, donated $200,000 to local foodbanks including the Delaware Food Bank, Maryland Food Bank, Feed More and the Capital Area Food Bank.
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