ITC recognizes that diversity is what makes us special and we must attract, retain, and develop our diverse and talented associates to become the employer of choice in the terminal industry. This commitment is reflected in our overall talent management strategy, which includes substantial investment in professional growth and development of associates. In addition, ITC has established a Volunteering Committee whose purpose is to encourage every ITC associate to be dedicated to leading the effort to promote the welfare of our neighboring communities through volunteering.

See below for the various events our associates have participated in to meet our Social commitments as a part of our ESG Policy:

Houston Food Bank Volunteering

Associates volunteered at the Houston Food Bank. The team of associates sorted and packaged 30 (25 & 35 lbs.) boxes to feed the Houston community. ITC is planning to visit the Houston Food Bank more in the future!

Texas Memorial Illumination, San Jacinto Museum of History

Several associates participated in the Texas Memorial Illumination (3 day event), contributing to the placing, lighting, and pickup of over 500 candles. Each one of the 21,500 candles set up by volunteers in this event commemorates the sacrifice of Texans who have given their lives in armed conflict.

Shoeboxes for Seafarers (Houston Int’l Seafarers Centers)

Several associates from ITC Deer Park and Pasadena participated in the Seafarers Christmas Shoebox Program. 48 gift boxes were made between both sites to support seafarers who spend several months away from their families. The program is sponsored by the Houston International Seafarers Center, which delivers about 10,000 shoeboxes each year between Thanksgiving and New Year’s Eve.

Sarah’s House Emergency Shelter Support

Associates from ITC visited Sarah’s House, a local woman’s shelter that gives a fresh start to women and their children. ITC provided a monetary contribution to help keep Sarah’s House pantry supplied. ITC is looking forward to continue supporting Sarah’s House.

Businesswomen in Petroleum INC Golf Tournament (Benefitting MD Anderson & The Rose)

DNOW Odessa Pumps 2021 Charity Golf Tournament (Benefitting Boys & Girls Club and American Cancer Society)

  • Community Involvement

    With a great emphasis on protecting the environment, ITC has provided substantial resources to protect and grow the wetlands in Galveston Bay. ITC remains strongly committed to the protection of our environment through its work practices and community involvement.

    ITC participates in the Deer Park, LaPorte, Pasadena and North Channel Local Emergency Planning Committees (LEPCs) and is involved with the local Community Action Committees (CACs) and School Districts. ITC is a member of East Harris County Emergency Management Association (EHCMA) and the Channel Industries Mutual Aid association (CIMA).

    • Local Government
      • Deer Park Chamber of Commerce
      • Pasadena Chamber of Commerce
      • Greater Houston Port Bureau
    • Charitable contributions – Local Community
      • Adventures in Mission
      • Businesswomen in Petroleum, Inc.
      • John R. Harris Elementary Golf Tournament (Annual)
      • Deer Park Educational Foundation
      • Deer Park High School Project Graduation
      • Galveston Bay Foundation
      • Houston Safari Club Foundation
      • Officer Santa
      • Pasadena Industrial Community Network (PICN) bronze level membership
      • Santa Fe Women’s Soccer Organization
      • Special Olympics Texas
      • Summer Creek High School All Sports Booster Club
      • Victims of Crime Fund
      • Coast Guard Foundation
    • First Responders – active participant in the following:
      • CIMA
      • EHCMA
      • HSCSD