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Baker Hughes Foundation Contributes $750,000 to Charities Nominated by Employees

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Baker Hughes Foundation Contributes $750,000 to Charities Nominated by Employees

November 6, 2023

Baker Hughes Foundation contributes $750,000 to charities nominated by ERG's
  • Global nonprofit organizations chosen for grants support range of humanitarian causes
  • Baker Hughes’ employee resource groups bring employees together based on personal characteristics, life experiences and shared interests

HOUSTON – Nov. 6, 2023 – The Baker Hughes Foundation announced Monday a total of $750,000 in grants to nonprofit organizations that promote our values and support local communities. For the third consecutive year – and in support of the Baker Hughes Foundation’s mission to promote education, opportunity, diversity, equity and inclusion – the recipient NPOs were nominated by Baker Hughes global employee resource groups (ERGs). This grant also supports Baker Hughes’ commitment to advancing the United Nation’s Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) – specifically SDG 10 to reduce inequalities. 

Baker Hughes believes unique ideas and perspectives fuel innovation, and our differences make us stronger. Our eight ERGs bring employees together based on personal characteristics, life experiences and shared interests, and are pivotal in driving employee engagement and volunteerism in our global communities. These groups have built strong partnerships with many nonprofits across the globe to drive social change for some of the world’s toughest challenges,  including education, opportunity and equality.

Collectively, these grants will support an array of causes in North America, Europe, Asia-Pacific, Middle East, United Kingdom and sub-Saharan Africa. Below are the charities awarded grants to drive impact in their communities:

“I’m proud of our rich cultural diversity around the globe and how much our employees care about strengthening our communities,” said Baker Hughes’ Chief Culture and Diversity, Equity & Inclusion Officer and Baker Hughes Foundation Trustee Nicole Durham. “Employee resource groups are just one of the many ways we are able to cultivate an inclusive culture and address the diverse needs within communities.”

To learn more about Baker Hughes’ work in supporting its communities, visit our Corporate Responsibility website

About the Baker Hughes Foundation: 

For 25 years, the Baker Hughes Foundation has been a steward of charitable resources for meaningful community impact. The Foundation seeks to advance environmental quality, education, health, safety, and wellness around the world by supporting organizations with shared values, demonstrated leadership, evidence of impact, financial soundness, and the capacity to implement initiatives and evaluate their success. The Baker Hughes Foundation makes strategic philanthropic contributions, matches Baker Hughes employee contributions, and awards volunteer recognition grants for outstanding employee community service.

About Baker Hughes

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