Community Relations

As Fluor Hanford played a role in cleaning up the Hanford Site, it also was committed to having a positive impact on the quality of life of communities in the Mid-Columbia Basin. This commitment included investing in communities, involving employees in community activities, and supporting employee giving.

Through the Fluor Foundation, Fluor Hanford provided corporate resources to support community and educational organizations, economic and business success, and employee volunteers as they gave back to their communities.

Through the Fluor Community Involvement Team, employees do service projects to help local organizations meet their needs. Employees contributed more than 2,500 employee-volunteer hours to 20 community projects in 2008. They donated backpacks, filled with school supplies, to area children. They rang bells for the Salvation Army. They helped improve or remodel facilities such as the Boys & Girls Club, the Children's Developmental Center, and the Women's shelter. They pitched in on Earth Day to clean up.

Through the Employee Giving Program, employees contributed to United Way, human-service organizations, and universities, and the Fluor Corporation provided matching contributions from 1996-2009. Fluor and its employees were the region's largest contributors to the United Way, contributing more than $8 million since 1996.

In 2009, the Association of Washington Business recognized Fluor Hanford and its employees last year with a Community Service Award for the 8th year in a row.





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