We’re committed to our neighbors and the communities where we live and work. From our corporate offices to our stores, stations, and terminals – Global Cares.
Global’s Local Giving
Part of being a good neighbor is being an engaged neighbor. That’s why we support and work with communities wherever we operate, at our approximately 1,600 retail stations and over 20 Global Partners terminals.
We support incredible causes across the country in two ways – through direct contributions and through ongoing fundraising in our retail stores.
Over the past year, Global has supported a number of organizations doing vital work to benefit us all, including:
- The Genesis Foundation, funding programs and services that treat patients with rare diseases and genetic disorders from conception and pregnancy through childhood and adulthood;
- The Jennifer Creed Fund, supporting families whose children have been affected by both cancer and birth defects;
- Cure Rare Disease, a Boston-based non-profit committed to the development of precision medicine therapeutics that combat select rare diseases impacting millions of people nationwide;
- Children’s Trust, which works with parents and families to prevent child abuse in Massachusetts;
- Massachusetts Fallen Heroes, memorializing the fallen and providing programs and services for Veteran and Gold Star Families; and
- Sole Train, a community building and mentoring program that uses running as a vehicle for setting and achieving seemingly impossible goals.
We also support local schools, food banks, first responders, and other organizations in their efforts to make cities and towns better.
Annual Winter Heating Oil Donation
Each winter for more than 25 years, Global has donated heating oil to families in need across the Northeast. Our donation is made through local housing authorities and other non-profit partners to more than 15 cities and counties where we have terminals.
Cystic Fibrosis & Multiple Sclerosis (CFMS) Fund
At the heart of our corporate charitable efforts is the CFMS Fund. Our support for cystic fibrosis and multiple sclerosis research comes from the Slifka family’s personal connection to those diseases. Since its founding in 2009, the CFMS Fund has donated nearly $3 million to the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation and the National Multiple Sclerosis Society. Find out more about the CFMS Fund, including how you can help.