Flint Hills Resources seeks to make a difference in the communities we call home. Our employees routinely give back to their communities through volunteerism, and the company contributes time, talent and dollars to a variety of organizations focused on environmental stewardship, education and safety.
Community Impact by the Numbers
In just the last 10 years, Flint Hills has:
Million in Scholarships
Granted more than $2.7 Million in scholarships to college or technical school-bound high school students.
Million in STEM
Made STEM education investments of more than $10 million, including premier STEM programs at the Children’s Museum of Houston, the Science Museum of Minnesota, and the Corpus Christi Aquarium STEM Center.
Sustained a 30-year partnership with Ducks Unlimited to conserve habitat and preserve wetlands across America.
Achieved multiple Wildlife Habitat Council certified locations.
Million in Donations
Invested more than $1.8 million in donations to emergency responders for training and purchasing life-saving equipment.
Flint Hills Resources is focused on helping kids spark an early interest in science and has donated millions of dollars to STEM education through partnerships with leading science education centers, including the Children’s Museum of Houston, the Science Museum of Minnesota, the Corpus Christi Aquarium STEM Center, and the Minnesota WORKS Museum.
Since 1991, Flint Hills Resources has awarded more than $2.7 million in scholarships to college or trade school-bound students from communities in which we operate.
Flint Hills Resources has supported the work of Ducks Unlimited since 1985. The nonprofit works in all 50 states to preserve and protect natural habitats for waterfowl, wildlife and people. Recently, Flint Hills eclipsed $1 million in total giving to the organization. We are among Ducks Unlimited’s longest-standing corporate supporters.
Providing training to law enforcement and public safety responders
Through its Helping Heroes program, Flint Hills Resources provides mutual aid industrial fire trainings to fire departments and other first responders, and provides grants for training, education and life-saving equipment to fire departments and emergency responders in nearby communities.