When communities thrive, we thrive
Our employees around the world team up for positive outcomes on community needs close to home. We're stepping beyond our work environments to partner with nonprofit organizations, the energy industry and others to support the vibrant communities where we live.
Charlie House for Children's Health
Charlie House supports families adjusting to life with a child with a serious life-long or degenerative condition. This nonprofit organizes activities for families to engage socially, enjoy activities together, meet others in a similar situation, share information and to get emotional and practical support.
BHGE employees in Aberdeen often join in community events such as the Kiltwalk and the Aberdeen 10k to raise funds and awareness on behalf of Charlie House.
Dynamo Camp for Children's Health
The SeriousFun Children’s Network is a nonprofit organization that promotes and manages holiday camps worldwide for children affected by serious and chronic pathologies for free. Dynamo Camp is a recreational camp, the first in Italy specially structured to host sick children in therapy or in the post-hospitalization period.
The BHGE team in Florence, Italy, is a long-standing supporter of Dynamo Camp to raise awareness around its mission and support the great work of the organization with children who are either undergoing therapy or recovering from hospitalization.
Operation K9 for Wounded Veterans
Operation K9 is dedicated to the mission of training service dogs for wounded military veterans with post traumatic stress disorder, traumatic brain injury and/or physical injury(s) sustained in combat that warrant the need for a service dog.
The BHGE veterans affinity group based in Jacksonville are dedicated to community service and fundraising to support fellow veterans quality of life. Operation K9 is among the many worthy organizations our employees support.
Oklahoma City, Oklahoma
OKCRespond for First Responders' Wellness
The Oklahoma City Boathouse Foundation supports facilities and programs along the Oklahoma River to improve the quality of life for citizens through sports and fitness activities including rowing, kayaking, running and cycling. Through its new OKCRespond program it offers these benefits to OKC’s first responders.
Through OKCRespond, BHGE in Oklahoma City contributes to the well-being of firefighters, police officers and EMTs with program support in physical fitness, sports and recreation, community mentorship, and mental health resources at no cost to participants.