Fluor Employees Make a Difference Volunteering in Their Communities.

Fluor Cares?, Fluor's formal employee volunteer program, is the heart of the company's community involvement efforts. Started in 1976 by J. Robert Fluor, the program engages and empowers employees to make a difference in their communities, magnifying and extending Fluor's philanthropic impact. Last year, employees volunteered more than 37,000 hours to help enrich the lives of those in their communities through Fluor's focus areas of education, public health and critical human needs, economic development and the environment.

Year after year, Fluor employees give their time, money, energy and support to enrich the lives of those in their community in need of a little extra help, support and encouragement. Global volunteer initiatives include:

Building Futures

Building Futures is Fluor's global educational outreach program dedicated to providing resources like backpacks and school supplies to students in need as they start the new school year. Nearly 800 volunteers from Fluor offices and project sites participated in the Building Futures backpack program in 2019, donating more than $126,000 to provide school supplies and other necessities to 10,090 children. Over the past 19 years, the Building Futures program has helped more than 196,000 children around the globe, giving students the basic tools they need to help enrich their academic experience.

Engineers Week

For more than 50 years, Fluor and its employees have supported DiscoverE, one of the nation's largest professional outreach organizations. Last year, employee volunteers visited nearly 100 schools and charitable organizations, reaching approximately 12,000 students and providing more than 21,700 hours of science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) training, enrichment and/or awareness.

Read more information about how Fluor and its employees are supporting communities.