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Community Involvement

'Group Picture-Meals On Wheels'CH2M HILL Plateau Remediation Company (CHPRC) Community Commitments aim to promote opportunities in the local community for bringing diversity, inclusion and the next generation of workers to Hanford.

Our giving policy in our final years of the Plateau Remediation Contract focus on building a highway of talent to Hanford with an emphasis that includes educating K-12 learning institutions on STEM/trade skills, as well as college and apprenticeship programs that emphasize future Hanford worker possibilities at Hanford.
We have a very giving workforce so we will focus our partnering and volunteering where we can make the most impact for next generation workers and quality of life in OUR community.

CHPRC employees live, work, and raise their families in the communities where the company does business. We consider it our responsibility to devote resources to improving the quality of life in our home communities. We join forces to help meet community needs, not only through monetary means but also through volunteerism. Our employees have donated hundreds of hours toward company-sponsored activities and events benefiting economic development organizations, charities, cultural groups, and educational programs - in addition to the countless hours and money donated to their own favorite causes.






Community Giving Guidelines

Through its Community Advocacy Corporate Giving program, CHPRC sets aside a portion of its profits for economic development and business outreach and community programs in education, cultural/diversity, sustainability/environment, and political involvement.

CHPRC has designated areas of preference for community giving, including:'Jennings on horse'

  • Economic Development
  • Educational Programs
  • General Community (miscellaneous) programs
  • Cultural/Diversity programs
  • Sustainability/Environmental Programs

When considering requests for funding, CHPRC gives preference to programs that:

  • Provide the majority of their benefits to employees and residents of the Tri-Cities citizens
  • Benefit the entire area rather than a single municipality or school district
  • Demonstrate a commitment to education, economic development, the environment, and/or diversity

CHPRC is unable to make monetary contributions to the following:

  • Individuals 
  • Fraternal organizations
  • Sports teams and programs
  • 'Partner-n-Pals'Individual K-12 school requests 
  • Programs characterized by deficit spending or debt liquidation
  • Religious organizations
  • National Rifle Association
  • Americans Civil Liberties Union
  • Local Political Campaigns


Volunteer and In-Kind Contribution

CHPRC believes that when people work together, great things happen! With that, the company will join forces to help meet community needs by providing more than cash grants. We will support our community by providing in-kind donations and volunteering our time and expertise.

For More Information, Contact:

Dee Gray



Last Updated 07/17/2019 8:32 AM