ConocoPhillips Awards More Than $230,000 in Grants to Eagle Ford Area Organizations

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KENEDY, Texas – ConocoPhillips today announced the presentation of $230,750 in charitable grants to 50 organizations in the Eagle Ford area.  

Each year, ConocoPhillips invests in local communities through charitable giving, employee volunteerism and sponsorships. Our donations support education, health and safety, natural resources, the arts, civic and social services, and disaster relief.    

“We believe the most effective social and charitable investments are made through strategic relationships with organizations dedicated to serving our communities, day in and day out,” said Gulf Coast Business Unit Operations Manager Seth Crissman. “That’s why ConocoPhillips is proud to support these organizations that directly address our community’s needs. It is not only where we work, but also where we live.”

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About ConocoPhillips

ConocoPhillips is the world’s largest independent E&P company based on production and proved reserves. Headquartered in Houston, Texas, ConocoPhillips had operations and activities in 16 countries, $70 billion of total assets, and approximately 10,800 employees as of Dec. 31, 2018. Production excluding Libya averaged 1,242 MBOED in 2018, and preliminary proved reserves were 5.3 billion BOE as of Dec. 31, 2018. For more information, go to

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County Organization Amount
Karnes American Cancer Society $2,000
Karnes Atascosa Health Center, Inc $5,000
Bee Beeville ISD $5,000
Bee Beeville Volunteer Fire Department $7,000
Yoakum Bluebonnet Youth Ranch $5,000
Live Oak Bulldog Educational Foundation $2,000
Regional Caesar Kleberg Wildlife Research Institute $5,000
Bee, Live Oak, McMullen CASA of Bee, Live Oak & McMullen Counties $2,500
Karnes, DeWitt, Atascosa CASA of South Texas (Karnes and DeWitt, Atascosa) $2,500
Karnes Circle of Angels $2,750
DeWitt Cuero Education Foundation $2,000
Regional Citizens for Educational Excellence $2,000
DeWitt City of Cuero $4,500
Karnes City of Runge $8,000
Live Oak County of Live Oak $2,000
DeWitt Cuero Volunteer Fire Department $7,000
DeWitt DeWitt County LEPC $4,500
Regional Education Service Center - Region 2 $2,000
Karnes Falls City Education Foundation $2,000
DeWitt Friends of the Yorktown Public Library $2,000
Live Oak George West Education Foundation, Inc. $2,000
Live Oak George West Volunteer Fire Department $7,000
Goliad Goliad County Outreach $2,000
Live Oak Heavenly Angels $2,500
Karnes Karnes City ISD Education Foundation $2,000
Karnes Karnes City Primary School $2,500
Karnes Karnes City Volunteer Fire Department $8,000
Karnes Karnes City Police Department $2,500
Karnes Karnes County EMS $9,500
Karnes Karnes County Sheriff's Office $9,500
Karnes Karnes/Wilson Juvenile Probation $2,000
Karnes Kenedy ISD Education Foundation $2,000
Karnes Kenedy Public Library $2,000
Karnes Kenedy Volunteer Fire Department $8,000
Live Oak Live Oak County Child Welfare $4,500
Karnes, Goliad Neighbors Against Destroying Aquifers $2,500
DeWitt Nordheim ISD Education Foundation $2,000
DeWitt Nordheim Volunteer Fire Department $7,000
Bee Pawnee Independent School District $2,000
Bee Pawnee Volunteer Emergency Service Department $8,000
Bee Pettus Secondary School $2,000
DeWitt Thomaston Volunteer Fire Department $7,000
Live Oak Three Rivers Volunteer Fire Department $7,000
Regional University of Houston - Victoria $2,000
Victoria Warrior Weekend $8,000
DeWitt Westhoff Volunteer Fire Department $7,000
Live Oak Whitsett Volunteer Fire Department $7,000
DeWitt Yorktown Emergency Medical Services $6,000
DeWitt Yorktown ISD $8,000
DeWitt Yorktown Fireman’s Association $7,000
Regional Undesignated $7,500