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Social Impact

We believe in being good neighbors.

Phillips 66 has a unique and critical role to play in fostering a thriving society.

Living our core values of safety, honor and commitment, we share our resources and act as trusted counselors, collaborators and problem-solvers.

Social Impact Snapshot


hours volunteered since 2012

$310 million

invested since 2012

Featured Partnerships

We focus on inspiring action to improve lives and identify solutions to societal challenges.

Phillips 66 is donating $750,000 toward the Greater Houston Disaster Alliance.

Powered by the Greater Houston Community Foundation and the United Way of Greater Houston, the alliance will strengthen year-round disaster preparedness for the greater Houston area, ensuring that the region has the social service network and systems in place to respond rapidly and effectively in times of a disaster.


Stronger, Safer, More Resilient Communities

We create purposeful partnerships that inspire action, identify solutions to society’s greatest challenges and improve lives. We work to strengthen economic, social and environmental resilience and vitality in the communities where our employees live and work.

$30 million

invested in 2023 across our key focus areas and through our Employee Giving Programs

Fostering Community Vitality

Volunteer at the Barbara Bush Literacy night at the Children's Museum of Houston, where Phillips 66 donated mini-libraries to all children at the free family night.

Education Equity

We invest in education equity, because literacy and workforce preparedness are the foundation of individual achievement and our economic future. And, to build a more diversified and equitable workforce in the science, technology, engineering and math disciplines, we seek and support academic training and education opportunities with a focus on young women, girls and underrepresented minorities.

$10.3 million

  • 26 local schools and school districts supported
  • 34 colleges and technical schools supported
  • 57 Community Scholarship recipients
  • 187 Dependent Scholarship recipients

Living Our Core Values

Employee in the aftermath of Hurricane Laura on the Gulf Coast. Phillips 66 donated substantially to that relief effort to support our employees, their families and communities.

Safety & Well-Being

We invest in safety and well-being programs because we are committed to protecting community residents from the effects of natural disasters and believe that preparedness is crucial for safety and security. We also recognize the social, emotional, physical and financial well-being of our neighbors is vital to a thriving community, so we support organizations that provide the services and care needed to ensure that their basic needs are met.

$5.4 million

  • 40 local fire, police and emergency response management departments supported
  • 9 food banks supported
  • $500,000 towards disaster and humanitarian relief

Strengthening Environmental Resilience

A Wilson's plover bird on the beach at Grand Isle, Louisiana, near one of our facilities.


We invest in nature conservation and biodiversity because we respect and value their influence in our daily lives. We believe that community residents deserve equal access and proximity to nature’s beauty. Early education and immersion in nature are particularly valuable for underprivileged youth as they develop a sense of place and belonging.

$3.4 million

  • 21 community parks supported
  • 30 conservation projects supported

Targeting Specific Needs

Phillips 66 employee helping to maintain one of Houston's biggest parks, removing invasive plants and replacing with native.

Social Advancement

We invest in social advancement programs and diversity partnerships because working in collaboration to solve our communities most pressing needs requires the sharing of knowledge, expertise, and human capital. We understand that a thriving society requires civic and business engagement with a shared commitment to creating an inclusive environment and elevating diverse populations who build a sustainable future for all.

$1.8 million

  • 9 locations supported United Way Campaigns
  • 12 Inclusion & Diversity organizations supported

While Phillips 66 does not accept grant requests, we proactively identify and select organizations to support in our communities. Contact the Social Impact team with other questions.

Employee Volunteerism

Good Energy, our employee volunteerism program, was designed to inspire employees to connect with our neighbors and share our compassion, talents and hard work to improve our communities. Through volunteerism, we seek to create community connections that inspire action, identify solutions to society’s greatest challenges and improve lives.

Inspiring Involvement

Good Energy aims to inspire and activate employees at all stages of their career to make a positive and enduring impact on society.

Driving Awareness

By giving our energy, we enhance the vitality of communities where we live and work and help identify solutions to society’s greatest challenges.

Recognized as Leaders

We are trusted by our partners and our daily actions demonstrate our values of safety, honor and commitment to all those we serve.

Employee Giving Programs

Phillips 66 recognizes that our employees are the company’s strongest connections in the communities where we operate. We encourage and support involvement and leadership in local non-profit organizations by providing matching gift and employee volunteer grant programs.

$5.5 million

in matching gifts to


organizations in 2023

$3.0 million

in volunteer grants to


organizations in 2023


hours volunteered by


employees and retirees in 2023