2016 annual report - The INEOS ICAN Foundation

2016 annual report - The INEOS ICAN Foundation

2016 ANNUAL REPORT 2016 INEOS ICAN FOUNDATION ANNUAL REPORT THE INEOS ICAN FOUNDATION’S MISSION IS TO HELP DEVELOP OUR COUNTRY’S BEST RESOURCE: ITS...

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2016 ANNUAL REPORT

2016 INEOS ICAN FOUNDATION ANNUAL REPORT

THE INEOS ICAN FOUNDATION’S MISSION IS TO HELP DEVELOP OUR COUNTRY’S BEST RESOURCE: ITS NEXT GENERATION. OUR GOAL IS TO HELP CHILDREN PREPARE FOR THEIR FUTURE BY INSPIRING THEM TO BE HEALTHY AND WELL EDUCATED. OUR EFFORTS ARE DIRECTED TOWARDS MAKING A DIFFERENCE IN THE COMMUNITIES WHERE WE OPERATE AND LIVE.

2016 INEOS ICAN FOUNDATION ANNUAL REPORT

Our Programs

We focus on child health and education through our signature health program, INEOS GO Run For Fun, and through grants made to the education foundations of local school districts. INEOS GO Run For Fun is a 1-mile fun run that’s delivered during the school day at no cost to participating elementary schools. GO Run For Fun is designed to show children in Kindergarten through 5th grade that physical activity can be fun and to encourage them to develop good exercise habits that last a lifetime. In 2016 we delivered GO Run For Fun to over 10,000 children in 19 elementary schools. Education Foundation grants are designed to help elementary, middle and high school teachers augment their teaching by providing funding for innovative projects in the subjects of science, technology, engineering and math (STEM). In 2016 we donated $30,000 to local education foundations.

2016 INEOS ICAN FOUNDATION ANNUAL REPORT

From the Executive Director

In 2013 Jim Ratcliffe, the Chairman of INEOS, looked around towns near the company’s European plant sites and became concerned that many children were not as fit as they could be. Jim knows from personal experience how important exercise is to health. He also knows that you can’t make a difference from the sidelines, so he worked with a company that creates some of the UK’s largest sporting events to develop the INEOS GO Run For Fun program, which inspires kids to exercise. INEOS GO Run For Fun is an international program that’s delivered locally to elementary schools in INEOS communities. The company also recognizes the importance of education to children’s future success, so we partner with local education foundations to provide grants for innovative teaching projects. INEOS donates the manpower required for organization and event delivery, but in the true entrepreneurial spirit embedded within INEOS culture, employees are not only encouraged to volunteer at INEOS Go Run For Fun runs, but are also charged with providing some of the funding for GO Run For Fun and education foundation grants. In mid-2015 the INEOS ICAN Foundation, a Texas 501(c)(3) non-profit corporation, was established to facilitate fundraising in the Houston Gulf-Coast region.

2016 INEOS ICAN FOUNDATION ANNUAL REPORT

2016 was an important year for the Foundation: it was our first full year of operations, and a year in which we formalized the Foundation’s processes and procedures, established relationships with delivery partners, created the Foundation’s website and set up our social media platforms. 2016 was also a success for both program delivery and the fundraising platform that supports our programs. I’d like to share some of our major accomplishments with you. We’re proud to report that in 2016: •  We conducted our first official series of GO Run For Fun events as a Foundation, following a smaller-scale trial of the program in 2015. 2016 saw us doubling GO Run For Fun’s 2015 impact, serving over 10,000 children in 19 elementary schools. •  We donated $10,000 each to the Education Foundations of the Alvin, Clear Creek and La Porte, (Texas) Independent School Districts in support of their teacher innovative grant programs. •  Thanks to our valued sponsors and community partners we raised $155,500 at our 2016 ICAN Golf Classic golf tournament to help fund operations. This puts us on a good trajectory towards becoming self-funding in the areas in which we currently operate. •  Engagement was high. Ninety-eight INEOS employees volunteered over 1300 hours to help execute GO Run For Fun and the golf tournament. An estimated 150 parents volunteered an additional 450 hours to help deliver INEOS GO Run For Fun runs at their local elementary schools. •  We established methods whereby donors can contribute in a low/ no-cost manner. These include grocery store loyalty card and Amazon smile cash-back programs. Feedback from teachers, school administrators, parents and kids has been positive and indicates that we’re making a difference. I’m pleased with the successes of our first year and I’m looking very much forward to building on those successes in 2017. Best regards, Kathryn Shuler

2016 INEOS ICAN FOUNDATION ANNUAL REPORT

Board of Directors DENNIS SEITH president

Since December 2005, Mr. Seith has been the President and Chief Executive Officer of INEOS Olefins & Polymers USA. Previously he was the Senior Vice President of North American Operations for Innovene; a wholly owned chemicals business subsidiary of BP prior to its sale to INEOS. He has held engineering and management roles within INEOS and its predecessors since 1979. Mr. Seith earned his BS degree from Texas A&M University. Currently Mr. Seith is a member of both the Engineering School Advisory Board and the Chemical Engineering Industrial Advisory Board at Texas A&M University. He is also a member of the Executive Committee of the American Fuels and Petrochemical Manufacturers Association.

TIMOTHY AVERY chief financial officer

Since April 2009 Mr. Avery has served as Chief Financial Officer of INEOS Olefins & Polymers USA. Prior to that he was the Financial Controller of INEOS Olefins & Polymers USA. Mr. Avery has held financial and accounting positions with INEOS and its predecessors since 1990. Mr. Avery earned a BS degree in Accounting from The University of Wyoming in 1990 and an MBA from Northwestern University’s Kellogg Graduate School of Management in 2001.

KATHRYN SHULER secretary

Since August 2015 Ms. Shuler has served as Community Relations and Special Projects Manager for INEOS Olefins & Polymers USA. Prior to that Ms. Shuler held various positions with the company including Six Sigma Black Belt, Business Development Manager, and Polypropylene Product Development and Technical Service Manager. She has been with INEOS and its predecessors since 1991. She holds an MS Chemistry degree from the University of Houston. She serves as the Executive Director of the INEOS ICAN Foundation, and also serves as a member of the Clear Creek Education Foundation Board.

MARIE BOYKIN deputy secretary/ treasurer

Since May 2009, Mrs. Boykin has been the Manager of Cash and Accounts Payable of INEOS Olefins & Polymers USA. Prior to her current role she was a financial analyst at the INEOS Battleground facility in La Porte, Texas. Before joining the INEOS team she worked for 6 years as a public auditor with PricewaterhouseCoopers LLC. She has an MS degree in Accounting from the University of Houston—Clear Lake and a BA from Texas A&M University.

2016 INEOS ICAN FOUNDATION ANNUAL REPORT

Financials

2016 EXPENSES

REVENUE AND EXPENSES Revenue

$ 196,728

Expenses

$ 205,765

Fundraising Expenses

73,047

Program Services

94,926

35%

30,200

Fundraising Expenses

Grants and Donations Other Expenses Excess of Revenue over Expenses

47% Program Services

7,592 $ (9,037)

2016 expenses were greater than revenue due to January 2017 receipt of a 2016 donation pledge.

14% Grants and Donations

4% Other Expenses

OTHER INFORMATION FOR 2016

19

Schools served by GRFF

10,584 $8.97 Children served by GRFF

GRFF cost per child

2016 INEOS ICAN FOUNDATION ANNUAL REPORT

2016 Donors CHAMPION OVER 10,000+ INEOS Olefins & Polymers USA LEADER $5,000–9,999 Apache Industrial Services INEOS Styrolution KBR Knockout Sports Promotions Piping Technology & Products Plant Performance Services LLC Trans-Global Solutions, Inc. Zachry Group

TEAMMATE $2,500–4,999 Able Industrial Amfine Chemical Corporation Chemical Process & Production Evergreen Industrial Services Fishbone Energy Services/Fishbone Safety Solutions Gulf Coastal Services Industrial Air Tool Matrix Service Repcon S&B Plant Services, LTC Scope Management Solutions Sunbelt Supply Co Turner Industries Veolia North American Industrial Wholesale Electric CONTRIBUTOR $1,000–2,499 Amec Foster Wheeler Brazos Community Credit Union Distribution NOW Hargrove Engineers + Constructors Katoen Natie David and Jackie King Richard Lathrop Linde Performance Contracting Inc. Port Terminal Railroad Association (PTRA) Praxair Preferred Engineering Ref-Chem Kathryn Shuler Space City Credit Union TechCorr USA, LLC Technip Stone & Webster TNT Crane & Rigging Turbo Components and Engineering a John Crane Comp Universal Plant Services Valve Source Inc.

SUPPORTER $500–999 Advanced Rupture Disk Technology Inc. Libby Andrews-Simmons Anonymous Applied Safety Products Baerlocher Productions US Randy Bailey BMC Software Brown & Root CED Industrial Cheetah Transportation Systems Julie Clifford Flowserve Fraizier’s Guide Service GE Oil & Gas - Valves and Services GolfTec Houston Galleria GW Valve Hertz Rentals Hydrochem I W Marks INEOS O&P Recreation Club Lamons John LeDuff Matthews Tires Maxim Crane Works MSR Houston Oates Industries, Inc Perry Scale Company Professional Outlook Shain Reed Dennis Seith Silverlight Photography Standard Steel Supply, Inc. Stanton’s Grocery Store Texas Rotating Equipment The IPS Group Willowbrook Utility Vehicles, LLC FRIEND $250–499 Advantage Pro Services Inc Bell Mountain Vineyards Bellaire Pediatric Dentstry Comanche Trace Golf Club Lori Ginsburg Hagameyer Houston Astros Foundation Innovative Images Jenny Tavor Catering Joe’s BBQ Company Killen’s Perry’s Steak House Raveneaux Country Club South Shore Resort and Conference Center Robert Vallejo Aubrey Van Renken

2016 INEOS ICAN FOUNDATION ANNUAL REPORT

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