Baker Hughes donates to local advocacy group
On behalf of the Baker Hughes Foundation, a contribution of $5,000 was given recently to the Northern Plains Children’s Advocacy Center and Family Services in Minot.
The check was presented by the Baker Hughes Williston Basin Artificial Lift office to Jeanne LeMay, Dan Strandberg and Christal Warren at the Northern Plains Children’s Advocacy Center.
“The Baker Hughes Foundation made this charitable donation to help the efforts that the Northern Plains Children’s Advocacy Center and Family Services provides to North Dakota’s response to child abuse,” said Matthew Fisher, Baker Hughes station manager. “We chose the organization for its focus on children and the coverage it handles across the state.”
“We are happy to receive the generous gift from the Baker Hughes Foundation,” said Jeanne LeMay, director of the Northern Plains Children’s Advocacy Center and Family Services. “We are a statewide network of community partnerships that utilize a comprehensive, multidisciplinary team approach to investigating child abuse. It is donations such as these that allow our organization to further help the children in our programs.”
The Baker Hughes Foundation is a nonprofit organization created in 1994 to support a variety of social causes. The organization makes contributions to organizations that target improvements in social sectors supporting education, health, youth and culture.