Phillips 66 employees spread GOOD ENERGY
From packing lunches for United Way to mentoring local Girl Scouts to helping build Habitat for Humanity homes, the people of Phillips 66 are spreading GOOD ENERGY.
Lots of it.
GOOD ENERGY, which Phillips 66 launched in April as a newly branded volunteering program, is designed to inspire employees to give back to the communities where they live and work.
“Our first GOOD ENERGY Month was a great success,” said Claudia Kreisle, Manager of Social Impact at Phillips 66. “With 5,000 volunteer hours, 45 service projects across our communities and $85,000 in volunteer grants to local causes in April alone, the numbers speak for themselves.”
The GOOD ENERGY hasn’t stopped flowing since, with employees across Phillips 66 excited to get back to volunteering after COVID-19 limited in-person opportunities in 2020.
“They are determined to keep the momentum going,” Kreisle said.
Here’s a look at how employees across Phillips 66 are giving back: