Chevron Phillips Chemical announces $100,000 pledge to aid SE Texas in recovering from TS Imelda

Published 8:32 am Wednesday, October 2, 2019

To The Leader

Chevron Phillips Chemical Company LP (Chevron Phillips Chemical) is pledging $100,000 to the United Way offices in the southeast Texas region to provide assistance for those residents recently impacted by the floods associated with Tropical Storm Imelda. This assistance is in addition to the company’s normal philanthropic donations and will be targeted specifically for flood relief via four United Way offices: the United Way of Greater Houston, the United Way of Mid and South Jefferson County, the United Way of Orange County, and the United Way of Greater Baytown and Chambers County.

“Thousands of local residents were impacted by the torrential downpours associated with Imelda, many of them in the communities where our employees live and where we operate plants vital lo the local economy,” said Mark Lashier, president and CEO. “On behalf of our entire company, we are pleased to join with so many other great Houston companies to begin the process of rebuilding homes and lives.”

“Chevron Phillips Chemical Company is a wonderful Corporate Partner of United Way of Orange County.  They were very generous during Harvey, and their support for our community continues with this latest donation to assist in the Imelda Disaster Relief efforts.  We are grateful to have them in Orange County,” United Way of Orange County President and CEO Maureen McAllister said.