Through Chevron’s Mississippi Public and Government Affairs Department headquartered at the Pascagoula Refinery, Chevron contributes annually in support of local nonprofit organizations and civic programs.
Chevron conducts business in a socially responsible and ethical manner. At the Pascagoula Refinery, we are guided by our vision to be the energy company most admired for our people, partnership and performance.
As part of Chevron's commitment to Corporate Responsibility, we support organizations, programs and events that reinforce our social investment focus areas.
Requests should fall within these focus areas. Our support may include financial contributions, in-kind donations or volunteer participation. To be eligible for a financial contribution, the applicant must a be private, tax-exempt organization with certified 501(c)(3) status under the Internal Revenue Code.
Please note – we do not fund sports travel teams, pageants, individuals or individual travel.
We accept and review proposals on a continuing basis. Funding requests should be submitted online at least 30 days prior to the program/event.
For questions, please email us at CommunityRequest@chevron.com
Chevron Pascagoula Refinery occasionally donates surplus equipment and scrap materials to area nonprofit organizations.
The refinery donates scrap carbon steel to Mississippi Gulf Coast Community College and to local high school vocational-technical programs for use in their welding and pipe-fitting classes. Also, hundreds of our surplus 55-gallon drums are donated to city and county recreation departments for use as trash receptacles at ball fields and parks. Recreational leagues and high school athletic programs use surplus belting from our Coker Conveyer System to line batting cages.
Please note that storehouse items, including safety glasses and plastic liners for 55-gallon drums, are not categorized as surplus and are not among the material available for donation.
Chevron encourages employees to volunteer their time and talents in the community. The company supports these efforts through Chevron Humankind, which matches U.S. employees’ and retirees’ financial contributions to nonprofit organizations and provides grants for volunteer time.
Special Events Trailer
Chevron Pascagoula Refinery offers the use of its Special Events trailer to nonprofit civic organizations, schools, and youth sports organizations. Often described as a “portable concession stand,” the trailer features three counter windows and is 7' wide x 12'8" long. It has interior lighting and receptacles with 30-amp shore power connection.
Use of the trailer is subject to availability; request must be made through Public Affairs (see sidebar) at least a month in advance.
How to Submit a Contribution Request
To be considered for a charitable financial or in-kind contribution, please complete the request for support form and submit it at least 3 weeks prior to your event or program. Include any additional supporting documents (such as a flyer) about your event or program.
Email the completed pdf to CommunityRequest@
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