BRAZORIA COUNTY – The Brazoria County Petrochemical Council (BCPC) is stepping up in a big way to support community members who are struggling to make ends meet in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic.
BCPC member companies BASF, Braskem, Chevron Phillips Chemical, Dow, Freeport LNG, Huntsman, LyondellBasell, Olin, MEGlobal, Phillips 66, Shintech and Vencorex joined together to donate $43,500 to the United Way of Brazoria County to support their efforts to provide rent and utility assistance to clients who have been impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic.
“These are some incredibly difficult times, when people and businesses are affected by the health and financial crisis we all face, and the industry partners in Brazoria County recognize that this is a time for us to come together in support of those in need in our communities,” said Mike Albano, BCPC Chairman. “As BCPC members, we can bring the collective ideas and resources of our companies together to contribute and make a positive impact.”
United Way Executive Director Jenna Haviland-Alesna said the contribution shows the collaborative spirt of Brazoria County’s businesses and community.
“It is only when we come together that we can accomplish great things,” she said. “During uncertainty and the unknown, collectively, WE can make a difference. The private, nonprofit and governmental sectors must work together, and United Way is proud to partner with BCPC to ensure that Brazoria County is resilient during and after this crisis.”
The Brazoria County Petrochemical Council (BCPC) is composed of 20 petrochemical manufacturing companies operating in Brazoria County. The BCPC’s mission is to understand the concerns of Brazoria County citizens relative to the chemical manufacturing industry and to inform/educate the citizenry about benefits member companies provide all residents.
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