Natural gas is key to cooking delicious meals. But at Spire, we also believe our energy can do more to feed the communities we serve.
We're proud to support organizations that:
- Build equitable food access in urban communities, and for senior citizens and those living with disabilities
- Educate the community on nutrition, gardening and more
- Provide nourishment for school-aged learners
- Provide job skills and training
- Feed the hungry
- And more
We're proud to sponsor the Spire Community Kitchen at the new Truman Heritage Habitat for Humanity headquarters, providing learning and life skills for those who need it.
Natural gas, and Spire, help fuel aspiring chefs at Lawson State Community College. Since our partnership began in 2014, students have gone on to receive gainful employment and further their love of cooking.
We're honored to support Jones Valley's mission of creating positive social change through food. Once the Center for Food Education is complete, even more lives will be touched and inspired.
Ronald McDonald House in Kansas City, MO provides hot meals and a comfortable place to stay for families with sick children. Spire employees are proud to spend their Day for Good helping to accomplish this mission.
Spire employees prepared and delivered meals to seniors in partnership with the Montgomery Area Council on Aging (MACOA) Meals on Wheels program, feeding 416 seniors each weekday.
Spire employees in Birmingham, AL spent their Day for Good preparing the fields at the Jones Valley Center for Food Education.
Mississippi-based employees frequently volunteer with Extra Table, which aims to end hunger for more than 600,000 individuals in the state.
Spire volunteers assisted with sorting donated food to support Feeding the Gulf Coast during a critical time when thousands of people along the Gulf Coast were recovering from Hurricane Ida.
Bosco Nutrition Center in Selma, AL provides 3,000 daily meals to those in need. Spire employees from the region enjoy volunteering and helping prepare these meals.
During the coronavirus pandemic, Spire committed $250,000 to local food banks throughout Alabama, Mississippi, Missouri, Texas and Wyoming.
The Spire Resource Market at Patrick Henry Elementary in St. Louis, MO provides basic necessities for the 30% of unhoused students at the school
“As an energy provider, we visit customer homes daily and gain insight regarding the needs of our community’s most vulnerable population – seniors. Being part of volunteer projects allow us to participate in meeting an important need for them.”
–Braxton Guinn, Spire area manager for Montgomery, on why he appreciates volunteering for Meals on Wheels
Robert, mobile workforce manager in Birmingham, AL, gives back to children with cancer by serving up smiles at Camp Smile-A-Mile
Tammy is the cook at Camp Rap-a-Hope, a free camp in Mobile, Alabama, for children who currently have cancer, and for those in recovery