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KBR Employees' Volunteer Work Makes an Impact

July 29, 2022

KBR Employees' Volunteer Work Makes an Impact

KBR believes in doing what’s right for the planet, their people, and the communities where they live and work.

Volunteer opportunities are always emerging as a result of KBR’s culture of commitment and giving back. Earlier this year, KBR’s Singapore office became actively engaged with a local social enterprise called Project Dignity, whose mission is “to build and return dignity to the disadvantaged and disabled through vocation with a passion.” KBR, in collaboration with client Siccar Point Energy (SPE), has sponsored two differently abled individuals and spent numerous hours volunteering with the organization. In April, more than 30 KBR volunteers rolled up their sleeves to support Rebuilding Together, an organization that provides free home repairs to low-income families in Howard County, MD. As a part of their commitment to community engagement, KBR employees have been participating with the local Maryland Howard County Rebuilding Together program for 12 years. KBR’s team in North Charleston, NC, hosted a virtual food drive that provided over 12,250 meals this summer. The virtual food drive provided work-from-home employees and in-office employees a chance to give back without having to bring in food items to the office. In June, KBR employees across the United States took part in three games of virtual bingo to raise money for those affected by the tragedy at Robb Elemen tary School in Uvalde, TX. Over 50 KBR employees, their friends and family joined to play and raise money for this worthy cause. The fundraiser was a success, with over $5,300 raised during the event which was given directly to the Robb School Memorial Fund. These are just a few examples.
   —Please see https://www.kbr.com/en/insights-news/stories/kbrs-global-impact-starts-community-level for the complete
press release.