Fluor Employees Break Giving Campaign Record

$4.85 million raised for charitable organizations
Wednesday, January 15, 2014 11:01 am EST


Fluor offices in North America wrapped up a successful 2013 Employee Giving Campaign that raised a company record of $4.85 million for the United Way, its agencies and other qualified health and human service organizations.

This represents a 12 percent increase from the previous year’s total.

“I am extremely proud of Fluor employees for their care and commitment to the communities we serve,” said Fluor Chairman and CEO David Seaton. “Every year, we increase participation, making significant contributions throughout our local communities. I applaud everyone for making the 2013 giving campaign a great success and look forward to making 2014 even better.”

Since the Employee Giving Campaign was introduced decades ago, employees have raised funds and helped spread awareness about the issues facing their communities. Through the campaign, employees contribute to the United Way or any qualifying health and human services organization, and Fluor provides a match of 50 cents for every dollar donated.

Employees in offices and project sites across North America were responsible for raising the funds. 

Vancouver employees organized a charity hockey event

Employees in the Vancouver office organized a charity hockey event to raise funds

Many locations hit milestones in their campaigns. The Greenville, S.C., office achieved its biggest campaign in office history, raising $1.9 million, and maintained its position as the #1 corporate campaign in Greenville County.

The Houston office raised nearly $1.1 million, which was its second-largest campaign in the history of the office.

Fundraising at Portsmouth project

Project sites, such as our Portsmouth project in Ohio, got into the fundraising spirit, too


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