Chevron Phillips Chemical Company demonstrated its giving spirit in the aftermath of Hurricane Harvey by making a $1 million contribution to support relief efforts in Houston and other parts of southeast Texas.
As part of that generous action, the company donated $10,000 to A Life to Live to help fund our relief efforts throughout the Baytown community.
“Houston and southeast Texas are where we live and work, and we are in this together," said Mark Lashier, president and CEO of Chevron Phillips Chemical. “Our heartfelt concerns and thoughts remain with everyone who has suffered unimaginable loss from this catastrophic event. We plan to work hand in hand with local officials and the community to persevere through this tragic event together and assist with ongoing relief efforts.”
A Life to Live has reached out to help local families who were impacted by the natural disaster and were separated from their pets due to flooding and evacuations.
Our team members have been working throughout the city to donate pet supplies to shelters and families in need. Items that are being donated include: kennels, bedding, litter, leashes, collars, tags, microchips (including the registration and implantation), food, treats, puppy pads, cleaning supplies, and stuffed animals to those families whose pets have passed away.
In addition to these charitable services and products, we’ve had teams set up at Baytown Animal Shelter to reunite people with their lost pets. We’re also helping organize rescue operations for animals that are available for rescue and adoption.
“It's the collaborative efforts of caring individuals and community partners like Chevron Phillips that will help rebuild Baytown. Together, we can save countless lives and reunite families,” said Jay Garrett, founder and executive director of A Life to Live.
Written by David Berkowitz, public relations coordinator.