Despite global economic hardship and local limitations on in-person events due to COVID-19, Fluor employees in the U.S. and Canada raised $3.6 million (including the 25 percent company match) during this year’s Employee Giving Campaign.
During the 2020 Fluor Employee Giving campaign, employees support the nonprofit organizations they care about most and volunteer in their communities, building upon Fluor’s legacy of giving and creating resilient, sustainable communities. In addition to being able to support health and human service non-profits, this year employees gave to environmental non-profits as well as public and societal benefit charities working in the areas of civil rights and civil liberties, community improvement, philanthropy and volunteerism, and voter education and registration.
This year, about 30 Fluor office and project site locations in the U.S. and Canada created safe, fun and engaging education-based virtual campaigns that invited employees to make a positive difference by giving back and volunteering their time. Fluor’s collective giving, which dates back to 1949, is $108 million and growing.
“Despite logistical and economic hardships this year, Fluor employees proved once again that we are united in caring and committed to enhancing and strengthening our communities,” said 2020 Executive Campaign Chair Stacy Dillow.