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SAN RAMON, Calif. -- Chevron Corp. unveiled a new employee giving and volunteer program called Chevron Humankind, which will provide up to $20 million annually for U.S. nonprofit organizations, the company stated.
The program includes company matches for employee financial contributions; grants to nonprofit agencies for volunteer time; and company-sponsored volunteer opportunities, according to the company. Through the new program, Chevron’s contribution-matching budget increased from $2.8 million to $10 million, the company stated.
"Our employees contribute their time, energy and talent to help improve their communities and we want to increase the value of that commitment," Rhonda Zygocki, vice president of policy, government and public affairs, said in a statement. "Chevron Humankind builds upon the partnership of our company and its employees with communities where we live and work, to make employees' contributions go even farther."
Chevron Humankind is open to U.S.-based employees and retirees, and allows participants to support almost any nonprofit organization, rather than restrict contributions to specific types of organizations, according to the company.