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Global Community Project Fund Prepares to Announce Best-in-Class

Earlier this year you helped select the 10 winning community improvement projects for this year’s Global Community Project Fund. Each organization, 5 U.S. and 5 international, received $10,000 from Fluor's $100,000 fund and assistance from employee volunteers to complete their projects.

Nominating employees for each of the winning projects have been documenting their projects’ progress with updates and photos on their individual blog pages. Many of you have been following along and submitting encouraging comments. If you have not taken the opportunity to do so, read their blog pages to find out more about their projects’ goals, progress and outcomes and submit a comment by clicking on “contact us” at the top of their blog page.

Fluor is preparing to select a Best-in-Class winner. The benefitting organization of the project that has demonstrated the most progress, employee support, impact and visibility in their local community and beyond will receive an additional $10,000 to help further its cause.

Read about the 10 winning projects below and watch for the Best-in-Class announcement in early 2017.

Fluor has 10 winning community improvement projects. 5 U.S. and 5 international organizations will receive a $10,000 grant from the Global Community Project Fund.
View the 2016 Winners

In 2014, 10 winners were selected through a worldwide public vote. The 10 Global Community Project Fund winners organized and completed volunteer projects around the globe.
View the 2014 Global Community Project Fund Winners

"This was the most remarkable experience! I am so thankful to Fluor and all the employees who helped build the greenhouse. It will continue to produce more and more food each year to help feed the hungry here in Greenville." – Jill Mashburn, Centennial Community Fund Best in Class Winner.
View the 2012 Centennial Community Fund Winners

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