Creating a Long Lasting Positive
Impact in Our Communities
For the third consecutive year, Hess is donating over 6,500 Hess Toy Trucks and STEM curriculum guides to every elementary school in North Dakota in partnership with the North Dakota Department of Public Instruction. We are proud to support North Dakota’s Strategic Vision for education and introduce students to different STEM concepts in a fun and engaging way.
Hess is honored to be recognized as one of the Malaysia’s top corporate citizens by the American Malaysian Chamber of Commerce during the annual MY AMCHAM CARES event.
We are committed to the highest levels of corporate citizenship and to creating a long-lasting positive impact on the local communities in which we operate.
Hess is providing $40,000 to a new scholarship program in partnership with the North Dakota State Fair Foundation. Eight scholarships will be awarded to North Dakota high school seniors involved in 4-H or the Future Farmers of America (FFA) who plan to pursue a career in the oil and gas industry.
Hess is donating 13,500 Hess Toy Trucks to the First Responders Children’s Foundation’s Toy Express program, which will distribute free toys and masks to the children of first responder families across America. Happy holidays to these frontline heroes and thank you for your selfless service, especially during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Hess donates $25,000 to the Hurricane Laura Fisheries Recovery Fund to help support recovery efforts in Louisiana. The grant will be used to help small business owners and families involved in the Louisiana Seafood Industry recover from the significant losses associated with Hurricane Laura.
Hess has donated nearly $50,000 for the purchase of training equipment for Petroleum Production, Process Technology and Energy Services programs at Bismarck State College – National Energy Center of Excellence. The laboratory equipment will provide hands-on training opportunities and supplement equipment we have donated in the past. Additionally, this donation will benefit students enrolled in the Hess Job Experience Training (JET) program through BSC.
North Dakota students at Sweet Briar School were the first to receive the new 2020 Ambulance and Rescue Hess Toy Trucks and STEM curriculum guides as part of Hess’ donation of over 6,500 Toy Trucks to every elementary school in the state.
We donated our former training center and adjacent land to Woodbridge Township, NJ. The township has transformed it into a fully accessible recreation facility to serve hundreds of people, including those with special needs.
Hess employees recently volunteered with non-profit Comp-U-Dopt to distribute approximately 300 computers to Houston families in need. The computers will help provide technology access to students so they may participate in online learning.
A drive-thru for computer distribution and additional precautions were implemented to protect families and volunteers during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Hess teamed up with the Houston Rockets and Second Servings of Houston to host a “Dinner’s On Us” event as part of an ongoing effort to help feed families in need during these difficult times. Our Hess Food Services Team prepared 3,500 family-sized meals (28,000 individual meals) that were distributed via a contactless drive-thru outside of the Toyota Center.