ExxonMobil Donates $200,000 to United Way



As part of ExxonMobil’s longtime partnership with United Way, a $200,000 donation was made at Robert E. Lee High School in May 2020. ExxonMobil’s Connie Tilton said they wanted to give United Way a head start in helping the community’s recovery efforts due to the coronavirus pandemic. Lori Rumfield of United Way also handed out ExxonMobil donated gas cards to the first cars in line at the food drive.

“It is sobering to see so many different organizations working together today, United Way, Rotary, Hearts and Hands, ExxonMobil, Faith Family Church and so many others. We wanted to recognize United Way of Greater Baytown and Chambers County as our leader in helping so many different agencies to help get our community through this storm,” ExxonMobil Public and Government Affairs Manager Aaron Stryk said.

“Because of all the demand for their services, we wanted to accelerate that time table. We are giving them $200,000 up front to support all the work they are doing right now. We are really appreciative of what United Way is doing. We are proud to be here serving along side you (United Way).”

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