ConocoPhillips is proud to offer its retirees a number of programs to support their local charitable activities, provide dependent scholarships assistance and offer money-saving discounts on national products and services. 

U.S. Volunteer Grant Programs

To further encourage and recognize employee volunteerism, the company offers two programs:

  • ConocoPhillips Volunteer Center. At the ConocoPhillips Volunteer Center, eligible employees and retirees can easily search for and sign up for volunteer opportunities in their community. This tool also offers eligible participants an opportunity to create a volunteer profile and track all their volunteer hours.
     
  • U.S. Volunteer Grant Program. After volunteering with a qualified 501(c)(3) non-profit organization, eligible employees and retirees can maximize their community impact by applying for a U.S. Volunteer Grant. With this program, ConocoPhillips will make a monetary contribution of $500 for every 20 hours an eligible participant volunteers and $1,000 for every 40 hours a team of four or more eligible participants volunteers. Individual non-profit organizations can receive up to $6,000 per year from the company.
    • For more information, please review the U.S. Volunteer Grant Program guidelines.1After reviewing, eligible employees and retirees can submit a Volunteer Grant application online at http://www.cybergrants.com/conocophillips/donor. Your employee ID number is required to access the system.
    • Questions? Contact Charitable Investments.
       
      1 It is the donor's responsibility to review the U.S. Volunteer Grant Program guidelines prior to applying for a grant. Becoming familiar with the guidelines will assure gift eligibility and that the primary purpose of this program is achieved. These guidelines are subject to change at any time without prior notification. ConocoPhillips reserves the right to decline requests to organizations that might represent a conflict of interest with ConocoPhillips' business interests or its reputation or relationship with others.

U.S. Matching Gifts

The ConocoPhillips U.S. Matching Gift Program encourages eligible employees and retirees to become personally involved in the well-being of the communities in which they live and work. Contributions to qualified 501(c)(3) organizations matched dollar-for-dollar, up to $10,000 for employees and up to $5,000 for retirees annually.1

For more information, please review the U.S. Matching Gift Program guidelines.2 After reviewing, eligible employees and retirees can submit a Matching Gift application online at http://www.cybergrants.com/conocophillips/donor. Your employee ID number is required to access the system.

Questions? Contact Matching Gifts.

1  If you have already exceeded the new program annual cap, your gift will be grandfathered for 2015.

2  It is the donor's responsibility to review the U.S. Matching Gift Program guidelines prior to applying for a grant. Becoming familiar with the guidelines will assure gift eligibility and that the primary purpose of this program is achieved. These guidelines are subject to change at any time without prior notification. ConocoPhillips reserves the right to decline requests to organizations that might represent a conflict of interest with ConocoPhillips' business interests or its reputation or relationship with others.

 

U.S. and Canada Dependent Scholarship Program

The U.S. and Canada Dependent Scholarship Program1 offers four-year college and university scholarships valued at $16,000 USD to dependent children of eligible:

  • Employees and retirees of ConocoPhillips Company
  • Employees of ConocoPhillips Canada Resources Corp.
  • and their respective subsidiary companies

The Program awards up to 60 four-year scholarships for higher education at an accredited institution of higher learning. The scholarship award is $16,000 USD each, payable in annual installments of $4,000 USD over four years. By law, no more than 25 percent of eligible applications submitted for a scholarship, up to a maximum of 60 scholarships per year, are awarded. The criteria used to select scholarship winners are academic excellence, financial need and community service.

Applications must be submitted online at Scholarship America between January and February of the student's senior year of high school. The program is conducted annually and administered by Scholarship America, Inc., an independent, external, third-party.

For more information, please review the U.S. and Canada Dependent Scholarship Program guidelines2.

Questions? Contact Charitable Investments.

1 Effective Jan, 1, 2020, the new U.S. and Canada Dependent Scholarship Program replaces the former U.S. Dependent Scholarship Program and Canada Children of Employees Centennial Scholarship Program. Prior scholarship award winners from both programs will continue to be honored and are not impacted by these changes.

2 It is the eligible participant's responsibility to review the guidelines prior to their dependent applying for scholarship consideration. Becoming familiar with the guidelines will assure program eligibility and that the primary purpose of this program is achieved. These guidelines are subject to change at any time without prior notification. 

Discount Programs

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