Chevron’s Richmond Today Newsletter for November 2015

  • News
  • by BPC Staff
  • on November 17, 2015
We are excited to share the November 2015 issue of Richmond Today, the official newsletter of Chevron Richmond.You can access a PDF of the newsletter in English HERE and Spanish HERE. For your convenience, we have included highlights from our November newsletter below. Please feel free to forward this to your friends, family, neighbors and colleagues.
make a difference Making a Difference in Richmond
Last month, Chevron employees joined hundreds of Richmond residents to rebuild John F. Kennedy park, in honor of “Make A Difference Day,” into a safe and beautiful outdoor space for people of all ages. The rebuilt park features new landscaping, community-made art, an outdoor STEM Learning Center, a Community Plaza and a picnic pavilion.

 puz Difference Making Grants
Since 2009, Chevron has invested more than $30 million to create partnerships with nonprofit organizations in Richmond and West Contra Costa County. Our investments focus on organizations promoting economic development, education, civic/community engagement and youth/public safety. Read more about some of these worthy organizations in this month’s newsletter.
cort Meet a Physical Oceanographer 
In this month’s Meet our Employees series, we introduce Cort Cooper, an Oceanographer in the Chevron Energy Technology Company. Cooper is responsible for understanding the wind, waves and current patterns in the oceans where offshore facilities are located. Learn more about this job and Cooper’s involvement in the Richmond community.
  community corner gift baskets
Community Corner: California Delicious
California Delicious is a locally owned company that curates a cornucopia of the best meats, cheeses, fruits, sweets and other treats for their hand-assembled gift baskets. They even offer a “Made in Richmond” basket that features goods from local businesses, including Catahoula Coffee. Learn more about their great holiday gift options.
  front   Read the complete November edition.
Click here to view in your browser.Our newsletter is one of many ongoing communication tools being utilized to engage with the surrounding community, both online and in print. Richmond Today is distributed monthly to keep you informed about who we are and what we do. We are mailing it to each household in Richmond, and we are also distributing it online through our website and on social media platforms such as Facebook and Twitter.

For questions or more information, please visit our website at or feel free to call our community line at 510-242-2000.

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