FTSI is invested in the local communities where our employees live and work.
Corporate Responsibility is one of FTS International’s core corporate values. We are proud of the volunteerism and philanthropic support we provide in our local communities. We operate in a manner that not only benefits our customers, investors and employees, but also the communities where we work – with the goal of always being a responsible corporate citizen. We strive to invest in the communities where we operate, cultivating a culture of community service among our employees.
FTSI Shreveport District Employees Spread Joy for Children — Shreveport, Louisiana
Reach for the Stars Mentoring Children of Prisoners Program and FTS International threw a Christmas party for children who have one or both parents in prison. By being involved in the program, the children get a distraction from not having a parent home for Christmas, and their Mom or Dad, who may be incarcerated, also get a gift from their child.
The Challenge Program, a non-profit program partnering with businesses to provide incentives for student achievement, is currently active in more than 120 high schools in Pennsylvania, West Virginia, Ohio and Maryland.
FTS International was excited to make a major contribution to help fund the 2014-2015 program in three Pennsylvania schools.
Tarrant Area Food Bank is a member of Feeding America. This national network of more than 200 non-profit food banks serves all 50 states and U.S. Territories.
Before the holidays, FTS International employees collected canned goods during October for the Tarrant Area Food Bank to help area families have nutritious and filling meals.
Camp Fire First Texas was founded in 1914. For 100 years, the organization has shaped youth and families … the program has grown into one of the largest councils in the United States with programs for boys and girls that include everything from camping to school readiness.
FTS International was proud to support Camp Fire First Texas’ centennial anniversary in 2014 by sponsoring their float at various parades around North Texas. Camp Fire supports exemplary educational programs for children and childcare professionals in our community.
The Arthritis Foundation is the largest private, not-for-profit contributor to arthritis research in the world, funding more than $450 million in research grants since 1948.
FTSI is a major sponsor of the December 2014 Jingle Bell Run in Fort Worth, Texas. The event is presented by the Arthritis Foundation.
The Heart Walk is the American Heart Association’s premiere event for raising funds to save lives from heart disease and stroke. Designed to promote physical activity and heart-healthy living, the Heart Walk creates an environment that’s fun and rewarding for the entire family.
FTSI employees in Fort Worth, Texas, raised donations for and participated in the Tarrant County Heart Walk. The walk was located in the Fort Worth Stockyards and benefitted the American Heart Association.
TCDC supports several community initiatives, such as leadership development, STEM education, workforce development and other programs throughout the area.
On behalf of FTS International (FTSI) and its employees, FTSI Northeast Division Manager Raymond Dyson (center) presented a check to TCDC President and CEO Robert J. Blair (left). The funds will help support the educational needs of students.
United Way Worldwide is the leadership and support organization for the network of nearly 1,800 community-based United Ways in 41 countries and territories.
All FTS International (FTSI) offices across the nation proudly support the work of the United Way in their communities.
On behalf of FTS International (FTSI) and its employees, FTSI Chief Executive Officer Greg Lanham (left) presented a check to United Way of Tarrant County President and CEO Tim McKinney. The funds will be shared among local United Way organizations located in communities where FTSI employees work and live.
United Way Day of Action is an invitation for people and organizations around the world to LIVE UNITED and take action to address a variety of challenges. It is a day that we ask you to help us put our mission into action by improving the building blocks for a good quality of life –education, income, and health.
FTS International employees display a small sampling of donated school supplies for college-bound young women through a Day of Action, sponsored by United Way of Tarrant County, benefitting Girls, Inc.
The Cisco Independent School District operates on the premise that the function of the school is to produce academically competent, productive and responsible students. To this end, and in the belief that all students can learn, the school has pledged to fulfill the educational requirements necessary for students to be successful in their career pursuits after leaving public schools.
FTSI employees from the Cisco, Texas office collected school supplies for the local Jr High School and delivered them today. They were able to provide supplies to kids who might not be able to afford everything on the list, or for teachers to supplement their classroom supplies.
This Chico Fire Department has been around since the early 1940s. Some of the original members still faithfully serve the department.
FTS International (FTSI) presented the Chico (Texas) Volunteer Fire Department with a truck that can be used to transport up to 3,000 gallons of water to firefighting locations. The truck has a long-bed frame where a water tank and pumps can be added to help while fighting brush and structure fires. FTSI Representative Jerri Akers (right) presents the title to the truck to fire fighters Daniel Price and John Hobbs.