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Putting our energy into our community
Sequent Energy Management and its parent company, Southern Company, fully support and encourage both individual and corporate efforts to give back to the communities where we live and serve. We show our dedication and corporate citizenship through grants, community outreach programs and other corporate charitable giving programs.
2018 Visionary Award
Sequent president, Marshall Lang and his wife were recognized for their dedication to the Houston Gulf Chapter of JDRF, the leading global organization funding type 1 diabetes (T1D) research.
Today's Harbor for Children
Sequent Energy Management is proud to be a sponsor benefiting the mission of Today’s Harbor for Children. Sequent’s contribution of $10,000 will directly support the Harbor’s initiatives to provide comprehensive residential care for children and families in crisis. Through its programs, the Harbor strives to help children to learn to overcome domestic hardships, develop social skills, and make a healthy transition from childhood to adulthood in society. Sequent is honored to be a long-time advocate of Today’s Harbor for Children as helping children is one of the cornerstones of our philanthropic values.
Lone Star College Foundation
Bob Hayes, Sequent Energy Management COO, presented a $2000 grant to Lone Star College Foundation for a freshman composition course that focuses on partnering with local non-profit organizations to promote civic engagement. Students will be assigned to work directly with a chosen non-profit organization to determine which needs can be met with the grant funding. The course provides a hands-on educational experience to help students understand the necessity of getting involved with local charities to improve their community.
Cristo Rey Jesuit College Preparatory School of Houston
Sequent Energy Management is proud to partner with Cristo Rey Jesuit College Preparatory School of Houston through its corporate work-study program, which provides an opportunity for students to receive a university-preparatory education while getting real-world work experience. Cristo Rey Jesuit (CRJ) students spend one to two days each week at Sequent and the salaries they earn pay for a portion of their school tuition. The program, which Sequent has supported since 2012, has been widely popular with students and employees and continues to be a foundation of our community involvement.