Enmarket Has Donated Over a $1 Million to Cancer Research

Also, the MFA Oil Foundation awarded over $300,000 in 2023 to local nonprofits.

October 26, 2023

Enmarket announced that it raised $142,350 this year for the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society (LLS) Light the Night campaign. Over the past 11 years, Enmarket has donated more than $1.1 million to the program.

In September, Enmarket launched its annual company-wide initiative across Georgia, South Carolina and North Carolina by encouraging customers to donate at checkout to benefit LLS.

“Over the past 11 years, Enmarket’s customers have joined with us in raising more than $1 million to benefit the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society,” said Matt Clements, president of Enmarket. “Their support will go a long way to helping the LLS find a cure for leukemia and lymphoma, and we appreciate their generosity.”

L“We are overwhelmed and humbled by the extraordinary generosity of Enmarket’s employees and customers who have demonstrated unwavering support of LLS and our mission to cure blood cancers and improve the quality of life for patients and their families,” said Amanda Yancey, LLS Georgia/South Carolina region executive director. “It is inspiring to see this outpouring of love that brings light to the darkness of cancer.”

Also, throughout the 2023 fiscal year, the MFA Oil Foundation, based in Missouri, awarded over $300,000 in nonprofit support to 118 organizations in communities where the MFA Oil Company operates. The foundation supports local organizations serving education, youth, humanitarian services and civic endeavors.

“We are all about empowering the local organizations that are working to improve life in the communities we serve,” said James Greer, senior vice president of supply and transportation and chairman of the MFA Oil Foundation. “We’ve provided grants for various projects throughout the years, from helping booster clubs construct practice fields for track athletes to aiding preschools with purchasing kitchen equipment and assisting rural fire departments with lifesaving equipment purchases. When I drive through these communities and see the tangible impacts of our grants, like a baseball game being played under lights we helped purchase, it’s incredibly satisfying.”

The grants awarded in 2023 include more than $152,000 for education (schools), over $59,000 for civic endeavors (fire and police departments, historical societies, etc.), more than $47,000 for human services (food banks, senior centers, etc.) and nearly $41,000 for youth (playgrounds, youth sports, etc.).