DT Midstream Boosts Community Investments with $ 2
Philanthropic fund expands DTM’s corporate giving activities
The company will reactivate its employee volunteer program
DETROIT, September 21, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) – DT Midstream, Inc. (NYSE: DTM) [www.dtmidstream.com], a leading provider of natural gas pipelines, storage and collection, today announced the creation of a $ 2 million charitable fund as part of a larger effort to expand operations donations to companies in the places where it operates; and to further encourage employee volunteerism.
“We have the energy to do great things in the communities where we live and work,” said David Slater, President and CEO, DT Midstream. “DTM’s charitable giving and volunteering strengthens the ESG (environmental, social and governance) objectives of our company and supports the charitable priorities of our employees and their communities.
DT Midstream will make contributions to charitable programs and initiatives that, among other things, encourage and empower people. DTM encourages its employees to suggest community organizations worthy of funding and has awarded over $ 2.2 million in charitable contributions since 2017.
The company also has an employee matching program that matches employee gifts with any qualified organization dollar for dollar. And, when pandemic safety concerns go away, DTM plans to reactivate its Employee Volunteer Program, which offers employees paid time to volunteer for community organizations of their choice.
“Whether it’s supporting disaster relief with monetary donations, volunteering to feed hungry people, building bike paths or creating wildlife habitat, we’re rolling up our sleeves to make a difference. positive in the communities where we live, work and play, ”Slater said.
About DT Midstream
DT Midstream (NYSE: DTM) is the owner, operator and developer of interstate and interstate gas pipelines, storage and gathering systems, and compression, processing and surface facilities. The Company transports clean natural gas for gas and electric utilities, power plants, merchants, large industrial customers and power producers in the southern, northeastern and midwestern United States and from Canada. The Detroit-based company offers a full range of services from wellhead to market, including transportation, storage and collection of natural gas. DT Midstream is on track to achieve net zero greenhouse gas emissions by 2050, including a target of achieving 30% of its carbon emission reduction over the next decade. DT Midstream is among the first in the midstream sector to set net zero targets.
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Investors / analysts
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