A company can be more than a resident in the community, it can be a partner. Koch companies are dedicated to supporting efforts to enrich communities.

Flint Hills Resources has supported the Texas State Aquarium for two decades. In 2014, FHR committed $1 million over a five year period to create a new Center for Excellence in Science, Technology, Engineering and Math Education, providing access to students and teachers across the United States. Other funding, totaling more than $800,000 since 1994 has supported the aquarium’s Aquavision Distance Learning program, SeaLab and the Environmental Discovery Center.

About 600 employees from INVISTA's Qingpu, China, sites held a charity auction to provide special gifts to 50 families during the Chinese New Year festivities. In addition, the company donated 50 quilts made with its DACRON® QUALLOFIL® fiberfil. 

In 2011, a $50,000 gift from Koch Industries helped restore the Kansas in Miniature exhibit at Exploration Place. Koch Industries and the Fred and Mary Koch Foundation provided $1 million to help launch Exploration Place in Wichita, Kan., in 2000.

Commitment to Community Enrichment

In addition to providing customers with products and services that enhance their daily lives, Koch companies believe that being good citizens and neighbors is the right thing to do.

Koch companies are committed to understanding the needs of the community and participating with neighbors and organizations in projects that add value to the community. Focus is on:

  • Community outreach 

  • Arts and culture


More information:
Georgia-Pacific Community Resources

Flint Hills Resources Community Initiatives

INVISTA's Community Commitment

Molex's Corporate Social Responsibility Report