Houston Nonprofits benefit from Chevron’s 2022 Humankind campaign

Written by Lindsay Tooker

Chevron employees contributed more than 800 hours to Gulf Coast nonprofits this month, including the Houston Food Bank.

This month, hundreds of Chevron Gulf of Mexico employees and retirees volunteered more than 800 hours of service at 15 projects benefitting 10 nonprofit organizations across Louisiana, Texas, and Mississippi. The effort was part of the company’s annual Humankind campaign of service.

Chevron volunteers came together to contribute their human energy through partnerships and programs that have a positive impact on local communities. Over two weeks, employees gave a helping hand to organizations and nonprofits in New Orleans, Covington, Houma, Grand Isle, Lafayette, and St. Charles Parish, as well as Houston, Texas, and Picayune, Mississippi. 

“At Chevron, we partner with organizations that support economic development, social services, STEM education, and health and wellness,” said Leah Brown, Public Affairs Manager, Chevron Gulf of Mexico. “We appreciate all our team members who rolled up their sleeves and participated in this year’s Humankind campaign. I thank them for volunteering and for their year-round commitment to the community.” 

The 2022 Humankind campaign supported veterans, STEM education and sustainability, the environment, as well as nonprofits working to address homelessness and hunger. In Houston, Chevron employees donated food and assisted the Houston Food Bank by preparing supplies for the holidays.  Learn more about Chevron’s Humankind campaign here. publishes every week.
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Lindsay Tooker

Lindsay has worked professionally in the nonprofit world since 2006 in both programmatic and development roles. She graduated from Baylor University in 2009 with a BA in Communication, and has specialized in grant writing and fundraising communications for more than five years.
Lindsay is a member of the Association of Fundraising Professionals and the Junior League.