PHILLIPS 66 DONATES $5,000 TO UNITED WAY OF ST. CHARLES TO SUPPORT LOCAL FLOOD RELIEF EFFORTS
In mid-May, nearly 350 homes in St. Charles Parish experienced flooding after a storm cell lingered over parts of the community. Since then, the United Way, through its partner agencies American Red Cross, Second Harvest Food Bank, and Catholic Charities, has been working to support victims of the storm. The Phillips 66 funding will support these efforts.
“We are so grateful to Phillips 66 for stepping up and helping our residents who were affected by this sudden flooding event,” said John Dias, Executive Director for United Way of St. Charles. “In these challenging times, we can’t thank them enough for being a great neighbor & community partner.”
United Way of St. Charles is a non-profit organization working to improve lives in St. Charles Parish since 1955. Driven by a mission to lead and unite the community in providing a program of comprehensive, efficient and effective health and human services, United Way of St. Charles is committed to delivering lasting changes in the areas of education, income and health. United Way of St. Charles is proud to provide over $2.6 million in annual funding to 30+ local agencies and over 130 programs in St. Charles Parish.
Phillips 66 is a diversified energy manufacturing and logistics company with a portfolio of Midstream, Chemicals, Refining, and Marketing and Specialties businesses. The company operates midstream assets in St. Charles Parish.
PICTURED: Phillips 66 Public Affairs Advisor Tristan Babin (center) and River Parish Area Supervisor Jess Tufts (right) presented a check for $5,000 to support flood relief efforts to United Way of St. Charles Director John Dias (left) at the organization’s office in Luling on June 1.