See Us In Action

Aramco’s bright green volunteer shirts were seen throughout the City of Houston following the storm.  Whether cleaning debris from homes or providing a company contribution to make things happen, our single aim has been to restore our great city.

Watch Aramco volunteers help the Houston community with #HarveyRelief efforts.

Aramco volunteers work at MacGregor Park to plant trees and support #Harveyrelief efforts.

Aramco volunteers work at the Career Gear Houston distribution center to provide assistance to those that lost items during flooding caused by Hurricane Harvey.

Aramco volunteers work with Galveston Bay Foundation to restore oyster reefs that were damaged by Hurricane Harvey.

Houston Public Media, “UPDATE: Houston, Harris Grant $7.5 Million to 28 Non-Profits Helping Harvey Victims”, Oct. 3 http://www.houstonpublicmedia.org/articles/news/2017/10/03/240153/turner-and-emmett-announce-first-recipients-of-grants-from-joint-harvey-relief-fund

A press release from the City of Houston Mayor’s Office, Oct. 3, “Local Relief Fund Announces First Grants For Services To Flood Victims” http://www.houstontx.gov/mayor/press/first-grants-harvey-relief-fund.html

On Monday, Oct. 16, Aramco and Habitat for Humanity Houston partnered to announce the $3.764M donation to fully repair the 176 destroyed Habitat homes in Houston in an exclusive interview with KPRC, the local NBC affiliate: https://www.click2houston.com/news/37m-donated-to-repair-habitat-for-humanity-flood-damaged-homes

On Tuesday, Oct. 17, Aramco and Habitat for Humanity Houston formally announced through a press release the $3.764M donation and began media outreach to tell the first portion of the story: https://houstonhabitat.org/wp-content/uploads/2014/06/Habitat-for-Humanity-Release_FINAL.pdf

Habitat for Humanity “muck and gut” at Harrell Park. Our volunteers supported Houston Habitat for Humanity to assist those who lost their homes in the flood.  They teamed up to remove flood-soaked drywall, cabinetry and appliances in one of the Habitat neighborhoods, which saw 100 homes sustain major damage.  The company's in-kind donation of building materials and other supplies supported the clean-up efforts.  http://www.aramcoservices.com/News-Events/Serving-The-Community-Post-Harvey.aspx

The HISD Foundation announced seven schools in which students were displaced due to damage from Hurricane Harvey will be the beneficiaries of a $4.7 million flood relief donation from Aramco Services Company, the Houston-based U.S. subsidiary of Saudi Aramco.  http://blogs.houstonisd.org/news/2017/12/14/4-7-million-donation-will-support-students-teachers-at-houston-schools-damaged-closed-by-hurricane-harvey/