fuel your school

The Fuel Your School program supports education by helping provide teachers with the supplies they need for their classrooms.

fuel your school – United States

Chevron’s U.S. Fuel Your School program is an innovative collaboration between Chevron and DonorsChoose.org that helps fund eligible classroom projects in several U.S. markets where Chevron has retail operations. Throughout October, Chevron contributes $1 for each fuel purchase of eight or more gallons at participating Chevron and Texaco stations, up to a specified amount in each community, to help fund eligible classroom projects at local public schools. In 2016, Chevron Fuel Your School helped fund more than $5.8 million for classroom projects in 2,748 public schools, benefiting nearly 700,000 students. 

Since its launch in 2010, the U.S. Fuel Your School program has helped fund projects in more than 5,000 schools across the United States. 

More information about the U.S. Fuel Your School program is available at FuelYourSchool.com and on the FacebookTwitter and Instagram.

fuel your school – international

Canada

In Canada, Chevron collaborates with MyClassNeeds.ca to help fund classroom projects in Canadian communities where Chevron has retail operations. Each year, K–12 public school teachers can post requests for classroom project materials through MyClassNeeds.ca. In October, Chevron Canada contributes $1 for each fuel purchase of 30 or more liters at participating Chevron stations, up to a specified amount in each community, to help fund eligible classroom projects at local public schools.

Since its inception in 2013, Chevron Canada’s Fuel Your School program has raised nearly $1.9 million to help fund project requests. In 2016, Chevron Canada’s Fuel Your School helped fund $565,000 for classroom projects in 213 public schools, benefiting more than 22,000 students.

Other regions

Through local partnerships, Chevron has supported Caltex Fuel Your School programs in Malaysia, Hong Kong, the Philippines, Singapore, South Africa, Thailand and New Zealand.