At Summit Natural Gas, we understand that we are only as strong as the communities we serve. That’s why each year we partner with local charitable organizations, schools, industry groups and our employees to give back to those we serve and their communities with these goals in mind::
Support the betterment of the communities and people we serve, enhance relationships within the communities, and support business development and growth.
United Way mobilizes our community in ways that no single agency, individual, or government can enhance the ability of people to care for one another. That’s why Summit Natural Gas partners with the United Way to raise money for charitable organizations throughout our communities. Team members can help by being an advocate, giving, and/or volunteering with the United Way. The company will match employee contributions of up to $5,000 annually to the United Way Campaign.
Summit Natural Gas of Missouri (Summit) recently partnered with The American Heart Association to provide jump ropes to the Mountain Grove YMCA to celebrate “Move More Month.”
Summit Natural Gas of Missouri sponsors events throughout the year in the communities we service. Some of those events and sponsorships include
To further show our investment in the communities we operate in, we aim to go beyond charitable giving in a monetary form. After all, to be truly dedicated requires not only financial assistance but an investment of time as well. Summit’s volunteer time off (VTO) program is something we consider a perk for both our team members and our communities. VTO allows our team to give back to the local areas we serve, it promotes personal growth, self-esteem, and it’s fun and brings people together!
One of our core values as a company is safety. Because of this, Summit Natural Gas is bringing a natural gas safety presentation for kids to local schools! The presentation is focused on educating 3rd-4th graders on natural gas and how to be safe using it. Core ideas include “call 8-1-1 before you dig”, safety around construction sites, and what to do if you smell gas. For more information and to request a presentation, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org, or fill out the interest form below.