Denbury actively and enthusiastically supports community-based programs and organizations that address educational, cultural and social issues—improving the quality of life in the areas where we work and live. Our commitment includes financial contributions as well as coordination and support of volunteer services by our employees. We have made a difference in our communities through contributions to numerous local charities and organizations.

Dallas Heart Walk

Annually, Denbury employees participate in the American Heart Association’s annual Heart Walk in Dallas. The walk promotes awareness of cardiovascular diseases and stroke while raising funds to support cardiovascular research and educational programs to save lives.

In 2019, Denbury sponsored a Survivor Lane at the finish line where survivors of heart disease and stroke were presented with medals.

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In 2020, Denbury employees virtually participated in the Dallas Heart Walk by raising funds and walking in their own neighborhoods.

Lawrence Family

In the past two years, Denbury and our employees raised over $296,000 for the American Heart Association. Chris Kendall, Denbury's CEO, is the Chair of the Dallas American Heart Association Board of Directors.

Denbury seeks out opportunities to provide financial support to charitable organizations to which Denbury employees donate their time and resources.

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In November 2019, a team of fifteen Denbury employees participated in the Susan G. Komen 3-Day challenge in honor of a fellow employee who passed away recently from breast cancer. The 3-day challenge is a 60-mile walk over the course of three days which promotes awareness of breast cancer and raises funds to help end breast cancer. Denbury and our employees raised over $31,000 for the Susan G. Komen 3-Day.


In November 2020, a group of Denbury employees participated in a 20-mile walk to raise funds for the Susan G. Komen foundation.

Women 2020

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Denbury has established a matching gifts program that matches up to $500 donated by each employee to any eligible charitable organization. During the last two years, employees have personally donated approximately $51,000 of their own dollars to schools, hospitals, community projects and other charitable organizations, which Denbury has matched.

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Investing in our communities is not purely about monetary donations. In addition to financial contributions, Denbury is committed to encouraging and supporting our employees’ involvement in community service and philanthropic events and projects. To support our employees in their commitment to volunteer, we provide a paid day off from work to participate in service projects of their choosing. Additionally, Denbury coordinates group participation in fundraising and service projects about which our employees are passionate.

You will find Denbury faces helping all over our communities

Minnie’s Food Pantry

In 2019, Denbury’s Legal department volunteered at a local food bank, Minnie’s Food Pantry in Plano, Texas.


In 2019, Denbury employees volunteered and participated in the annual Red Balloon Run and Ride supporting the Children’s Medical Center Foundation.

In 2019, Denbury’s Accounting and Investor Relations departments volunteered at the Salvation Army of Plano.

It is because of organizations like Denbury, we are able to support our mission to bring people together to build homes, communities and hope.

– Larry Pietenpol, Past President - North Collin County Habitat for Humanity Board of Directors

The ongoing commitment of corporate partners like Denbury is crucial to advancing the mission and vision of Children’s Health. We greatly value their passionate support and advocacy for the children and families we serve.

– Brent E. Christopher, president of Children’s Medical Center Foundation

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Throughout the year, Denbury employees organize collections of items for people in need, such as new clothing, books, toys and school supplies. In 2019, collection areas were located throughout our headquarters in Plano, Texas, and delivered to the charities. In 2020, employees virtually contributed to charitable organizations with monetary donations or directly sending items via Amazon, Target or Walmart. Charitable organizations include The North Texas Food Bank, Assistance Center of Collin County Tools for School, Plano Police Association Christmas Cops, Toys for Tots, Anna ISD (in honor of a fellow employee who recently passed away), among many others. Our field offices also have collection drives throughout the year for local charitable organizations.


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Denbury is dedicated to being a valued corporate citizen by providing donations to support local emergency responders in the communities in which we operate. In 2020, Denbury donated $28,500 to the Yazoo County Emergency Management Agency for a mass emergency notification system. This system functions as a reverse 911 system by enabling Yazoo County officials to notify the public of any emergency, such as a chemical release, tornado, forest fire, etc., that may potentially impact them.

In addition to monetary donations, Denbury contributed to local emergency responders through donations of emergency apparatus and equipment. In 2020, Denbury donated two air monitors to the Tri-Community Fire Department in Marion County, Mississippi. Since then, firefighters have successfully used the air monitors when investigating potential carbon monoxide exposures in homes. Denbury also donated 20 self-contained breathing apparatus to the Broadus, Montana Volunteer Fire Department.

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Denbury organizes and encourages employees to give blood on-site. Giving blood is also a way for donors to gain access to vital information about their own health. A free mini-physical is given at the time of donation, which includes a screening of blood pressure, temperature, iron level and cholesterol level.

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