This year, Range continued to impact local communities by awarding $127,597 in first responder grants through our Good Neighbors Fund, which is in partnership with the Washington County Community Foundation. In total, 32 first responder organizations received funding to purchase items such as new equipment, uniforms, vehicles and other essential needs.

“This year’s grant cycle was different, as we saw how the revenue streams of our community’s emergency services organizations had been impacted by the pandemic. The 32 grants awarded this year are a way for us to express our gratitude for the hard work and dedication of these first responders, especially over the last year,” said Range Resources Community Relations Specialist, Christina Kramer.

In its fourth year, the Range Resources Good Neighbors Fund has provided over $450,000 to 43 first responder organizations.

Read the full press release here.

Observer-Reporter: More than $127,000 awarded from Range Resources Good Neighbors Fund

Corporate Sustainability Report: Community Impact

From left to right: WCCF Trustee Richard White, Smith Township Police Department Chief Winford LaRue, Range Resources Community Relations Specialist Christina Kramer, Smith Township Police Department Sergeant Bruce Carlton, and WCCF President & CEO Betsie Trew