We are proud to support charitable organizations who help serve the strategic and critical needs of the communities where our employees and retirees live and work.
To be considered for a ConocoPhillips U.S. charitable contribution, an organization must be:
- (a) recognized by the Internal Revenue Service as an organization exempt from federal income taxation under section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code and classified by the Internal Revenue Service as a public charity, or international equivalent, or
- (b) a government subdivision (e.g., county, parish, state, municipality or its departments such as police and fire departments), or
- (c) an accredited school or an organization within an accredited school system.
Ineligible organizations include:
- Organizations hosting religious worship (e.g. churches, mosques, temples, etc.).
- Government agencies or organizations advancing political causes, candidates, events, legislative lobbying or advocacy.
- Organizations that discriminate based on race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, national origin, age, disability, veteran status, gender identity or expression, genetic information or any other legally protected status.
- Organizations presenting any potential risk, or risk of being used to promote illegal activities, including the financing of terrorism.
- Organizations in receipt of a contribution made in a company executive’s name.
For more information on ConocoPhillips charitable investments strategic focus areas and our annual application process, please review the ConocoPhillips Grant Guidelines.