COLLEGE STATION, TX- The City of College Station Fire Department was presented with a $2,000 check as part of ExxonMobil's Good Neighbor Grant Program. ExxonMobil presented the grant to College Station Fire Chief R.B. Alley on August 14 at 10:00 a.m. at the Fire
Administration Offices in the Municipal Court Building, 300 Krenek Tap Road.
The College Station Fire Department is the regional response team for hazardous materials spills and leaks for Brazos County and its six surrounding counties. The grant will be used for equipment and training to improve Hazardous Materials response capabilities.
ExxonMobil’s Good Neighbor Grant Program is a nationwide community outreach program that provides financial support in areas where it has operations. “Part of being a good neighbor is establishing long-standing partnerships with organizations such as the College Station Fire Department,” said Patty E. Errico, Public Affairs Manager for ExxonMobil. “We are proud to be able to provide support to such a worthwhile organization.”
The Good Neighbor program focuses on projects that benefit local residents and enhance relationships with the communities in which ExxonMobil operates. Contributions are funded through ExxonMobil Corporation's charitable giving program and are provided to qualifying
nonprofit organizations, including charitable groups, schools, and local government agencies.
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