City of Richmond and the Chevron Products
Company executed a
Community Benefits Agreement (Agreement) on July 31, 2008.
The Community Benefits Agreement creates a
Richmond Community Fund that,
beginning in 2009, receives $1,000,000 annually for 10 years to fund
non-profits and community programs. The Agreement requires the
establishment of a seven-member Richmond Community Fund Advisory
Committee (Committee) to act as advisors and provide financial and
program oversight. The Committee is comprised of three City Council
members, two Chevron-appointed representatives, and two community
members. These members serve 4 year terms.
Council members Nathaniel Bates, Ludmryna Lopez, and Jeff Ritterman will
represent the Richmond City Council. Mike Doyle, Chevron Refinery
Manager and Dean O’Hair, Chevron External Affairs Manager will serve as
Chevron representatives. The Community representatives are John Genser
and Cynthia McKelvy.
Grant Application Guidelines
Funding Applications for second quarter available from May 4th to
May 30th, 2009.
Charter document for the Richmond Community Benefits Advisory
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)
for the Richmond Community Benefits Advisory Committee.
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Government and Public Affairs
Chevron Products Company
A Division of Chevron USA
841 Chevron Way
Richmond, CA 94802
Tel 510 242 4700
Fax 510 242 3515
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