Phillips Energy to Support Gloucester Housing Partnership for Giving Tuesday 2017

- 1:31 pm - November 11th, 2017


Phillips Energy is pleased to announce that for the fifth year in a row it has joined up with the #GivingTuesday movement – a first of its kind effort that encourages charities, families, businesses, individuals to follow the post-Thanksgiving shopping blitz with efforts to help local communities.

This year Phillips Energy will support the Gloucester Housing Partnership.

Since 1992, the Gloucester Housing Partnership has been making homes “warm, safe, dry, and accessible” for Gloucester County homeowners who are elderly, disabled, or of low-income — at no cost to the homeowner.

On Tuesday, November 28, just after Black Friday and Cyber Monday, Phillips Energy will donate 10 percent of retail sales, including fuel sold at the gas station near Gloucester Point, to the Gloucester Housing Partnership.

“Phillips Energy has much to be thankful for and while we work hard to give back to our community all year long, we’re honored to participate in #GivingTuesday for the again this year, for the fifth year in a row,” said Phillips Energy Vice President Elizabeth McCormick. “#GivingTuesday gives us an opportunity to take that giving spirit and spread it a little further by helping people in our community who need it most.”

Phillips Energy’s #GivingTuesday efforts have supported the Bread for Life Community Food Pantry, The Samaritan Group, the Alzheimer’s Association and the Laurel Shelter.