Grenadier Energy employees are committed to helping those in need locally and internationally. In 2018 our employees donated the money to pay all the teachers for a school in Ranquitte, Haiti. The eight teachers at this school had not been paid in 2017 and this threatened the future of the school unless they could get funding. In 2019 Grenadier employees came together again and supported the teachers in Ranquitte and also donated enough money to pay the teachers in another school in in Cite Hero, Haiti. This school is located in one of the poorest regions of Haiti.
Grenadier employees have dedicated themselves to making the world a better place for all. In the village of Pajok, South Sudan people were dying weekly from the lack of clean drinking water, which has been identified as one of the most pressing needs in South Sudan. The staff of Grenadier donated financially to have a water well drilled through HisKids.com. This made a dramatic and immediate impact on the community. The well provides clean water to approximately 2,000 people daily and will last for at least 20 years.
Grenadier Energy Partners contributes to the local branch of Habitat for Humanity. Last year their Gala raised over $500,000 to support hard-working, low-income families. Due to the rising need for affordable housing after Hurricane Harvey, Habitat is currently constructing the streets and other infrastructure needed to build an additional 60 homes on the remaining portion of the Cedar Creek development in Conroe, Texas.
Employees of Grenadier Energy (along with family and friends) participated in the Walk to End Alzheimer’s in The Woodlands on October 3, 2015. We participated with The Woodlands Rocks team which was #1 in non-corporate fundraising. The event was able to raise over $180,000 in an effort to help fund research on a cure and treatment for the disease.
The Grenadier staff also seeks to help the local community with contributions to Interfaith of The Woodlands Holiday Giving Program. Our donations provided Christmas gifts for six families and seven senior citizens. Interfaith is a non-profit social service agency providing numerous programs and services to meet the needs of The Woodlands and the surrounding area. What began as a dream of Mr. George P. Mitchell, founder and original developer of The Woodlands, flourished into a reality and is helping thousands of individuals and families each year.
In addition Grenadier employees have contributed to a number of local charities.