Grant Application Process

Phillips 66 is not accepting unsolicited grant applications. If your organization received a grant from Phillips 66 in the past year, you will be contacted by the Community Investments team to discuss the next steps in the grant application process.

Grant Application FAQ

If your nonprofit is invited to apply, please review our Frequently Asked Questions regarding the grantmaking process.

Does Phillips 66 accept unsolicited requests?
No, Phillips 66 does not accept unsolicited grant requests.

How do I apply for a grant if I am a new applicant?
Phillips 66 does not accept unsolicited grant requests.

How do I apply for a grant if I am an existing grantee?
If your organization received a grant from Phillips 66 in the past year, you will be contacted by Phillips 66 to discuss next steps in the grant application process.

What is the deadline for submitting a proposal for annual funding?
If you were invited to apply, please work with your Community Investments contact regarding the timing of your grant application submission.

What is required to be eligible for a grant?
To be eligible for a grant, organizations must meet the following criteria:

  • The applying body must be a 501(c)(3) charitable organization or a political subdivision.
  • The proposal should be tied to an area where Phillips 66 has a strong business presence as measured by facilities, assets or employee base. Strong preference is given to charitable organizations in such areas. Requests for grants in non-U.S. locations should be made directly to the Phillips 66 international office doing business in that area.
  • The request must not be for one of the following: an individual, sectarian or religious organization, promotional sponsorship and advertising (marketing related) or an endowment.
  • Grants should align with Phillips 66 core focus areas: Education and Literacy, the Environment and Sustainability, and Community Safety and Preparedness.

What information is requested in your grant application?
Information required in the proposal will include an executive summary outlining the purpose of the program or project, how it will be accomplished, expected results and a budget (noting administrative expenses such as salaries and fees, program expenses and total income.)