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Whether a handful or hundreds, BHGE volunteers give their time wholeheartedly in service to our neighbors in need.  While we focus our company-organized volunteer initiatives to advance health, education, environment, and equality, our employees are enthusiastic to help when a community needs to come together such as natural disaster relief.

Anchorage Citywide Cleanup

For 50 years, the Anchorage Chamber has helped preserve the cleanliness and beauty of its city through the Citywide Cleanup Week in Anchorage and Eagle River.

BHGE joined thousands of volunteers to collect millions of pounds of trash and dispose of it at local dumping and landfill stations. This event is a way for businesses and the Anchorage Chamber to give back to the community and take pride in and ownership of Anchorage.

Rice University IBB Girls STEM Initiative

The IBB Girls STEM Initiative is an immersive preparatory program at Rice University for HISD high school girls wishing to pursue careers in STEM.

With support from the Baker Hughes Foundation, coupled with enthusiastic BHGE volunteers, girls at the largely Hispanic student body at Caesar Chavez High School get exposure to the opportunities that pursuing STEM in college affords individuals.

Promoting clean oceans and environment

Geomarket leadership, employees and Kuwait Oil Company representatives partnered in a beach cleanup in Mangaf to inspire health, safety and environment first, resulting in a half a ton of waste pickup.

Hurricane Harvey Community Response

For weeks following Hurricane Harvey's aftermath, BHGE employees volunteered hundreds of hours to help restore the city and region. While many volunteers worked tireless hours to help fellow employees whose homes were affected by the storm, we also recognized the need to help our nonprofit partners recover quickly to serve the greater community.

BHGE volunteers helped in mucking and debris cleanup at the YMCA community center in Cypress and The Center(s) for adults with disabilities in Houston and Brookshire; packed food at the Houston Food Bank; and cleared sand and trash affecting trees along the Buffalo Bayou.