On November 7, Mark Roberts and his labradoodle, Mocha, rolled over the finish line in his electric wheelchair in Provincetown, Massachusetts, after a seven-week journey across the state to raise awareness and funds to combat hunger. Global Partners is proud to have raised $21,116 for Mark’s 4Huger initiative, helping the duo reach their goal of raising $100,000 for food banks in Massachusetts communities. Full Story » “Global Raises +$20,000 for Mark & Mocha’s Roll/Stroll to Combat Hunger”
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Global Partners has been a consistent supporter of The Genesis Foundation for Children » and their mission to fund programs and services that treat families affected by rare diseases and genetic disorders. Beginning August 1st, 2021, Global will be joining the Shell Giving Pump Program to raise funds for The Genesis Foundation for Children. Full Story » “Global Supports The Genesis Foundation with The Giving Pump”
Boston, MA. (January 19, 2021) – PayByCar, Inc., an innovative provider of transactional vehicle payment solutions, has announced the implementation of their services at all 30 Alltown gas stations in Massachusetts, where customers will be able to pay for gas and other goods directly from their mobile device, without ever having to take out cash, a credit card, or mobile app. Full Story » “PayByCar Announces Roll Out of E-Z Pass™ Touchless Payment Service at Alltown Gas Stations across Massachusetts”
Community and family are at the heart of Global. During the pandemic, Global and its employees have stepped up to support each other and our communities.
Weekly Free Lunches for Healthcare Workers and First Responders
From April 24 to June 5, employees at Global Partners convenience stores throughout New England delivered thousands of free meals to local healthcare workers and first responders to thank them for their service during the pandemic. Full Story » “During COVID-19, Global Supports its Employees, Communities and all Front-Line Workers”
With support from state regulators and the local community, Global Partners is moving forward with plans to begin transloading renewable diesel at its terminal on the Columbia River in Clatskanie, Oregon.
In early July, the Oregon Department of Environmental Quality gave the go-ahead for Global Partners to add renewable diesel to its transloading permit for the terminal. Full Story » “Global Partners Gets the Go-Ahead for Renewable Diesel in Oregon”