Funds Add To Contributions Already Made To Help Those Impacted By COVID-19
EagleClaw Midstream today announced it has raised more than $33,000 for the West Texas Food Bank through an online donation campaign that kicked off in early May.
"We are delighted to be able to show our support to those impacted by the economic impacts of COVID-19 in west Texas," said Jamie Welch, president and CEO, EagleClaw Midstream. "Our employees really stepped up with this campaign and surpassed our original goal by more than 50 percent. I am so proud of their efforts to help out those less fortunate in these challenging times."
Welch added that the company matched employee donations on a dollar-for-dollar basis, adding over $16,500 to the contributions of its employees. West Texas Food Bank serves 34 counties in west Texas.
Last month, EagleClaw Midstream also donated $50,000 to Midland area hospitals and emergency responders to buy much-needed personal protective equipment for front line healthcare workers. The company also provided monies to purchase fuel for air transport of critically ill patients from rural areas in West Texas.
Also in April, EagleClaw donated $5,000 to Jacob's Pantry, a community food bank in Carlsbad, New Mexico.