Summit Natural Gas of Missouri Announces Winners of 2019 Charitable Giving Program

August 9th, 2019

Missouri – Summit Natural Gas of Missouri, Inc. (SNGMO) today announced the recipients of its 2019 Charitable Giving Program.

Each year the company awards thousands of dollars in grants to local nonprofits and community events that strengthen the local communities it serves. This year the company is donating more than $20,000 to local and statewide organizations.

“At Summit, being a good friend and neighbor is part of who we are, which is why each year we look forward to committing resources for worthy causes that maintain and improve Missouri’s sense of community and strengthen local economies,” said Phil Marcum, SNGMO’s Senior Manager of Business Development. “Whether it is providing funding for community events, local food insecurity, supporting the arts or volunteering in the community, we strive to be a good community partner and neighbor.”

In addition to providing charitable grants and yearly sponsorships to local organizations and causes, SNGMO also provides each of its employees 20 hours a year to volunteer in local communities. With their volunteer time off, employees held several volunteer days, including most recently volunteering at Mountain Grove Elementary School supporting students participating in a Gardening Art Adventure class.

2019 Charitable Giving Grantees and Programs:

  • 37th Judicial CASA for Children
  • Access II – Independence Living Center
  • American Heart Association
  • Benton County Food Pantry
  • Birthday Blessings
  • Blessings in a Backpack
  • Care 2 Learn Seymour Chapter
  • Community Foundation of the Lake
  • Dance Branson School of the Arts
  • Douglas County Amateur Radio Club
  • Gift of Hope
  • Hamilton Alumni Association
  • Jesus Was Homeless
  • Kiwanis Club of Ozarks Coast
  • L-Life Food Pantry
  • Live 2 Give Hope
  • Pattonsburg Multi-Purpose Center
  • Place at the Lake
  • Project 360 Youth Services
  • Rotary Club of Lebanon
  • West Plains Police Department