Serving our Community

The Permian Basin isn’t just where we work. It’s where we live. We love it here—and we are working to make it even better. We regularly support projects that contribute to the long-term growth of the Permian Basin and provide our citizens with the services and facilities needed for an exceptional quality of life.

We give to a wide-array of non-profit entities that are important to our employees, Concho and the greater community. To date, Concho has invested approximately $24 million in Permian Basin communities.

Our support primarily goes to three key areas: Cultural Institutions, Educational and Community Facilities, and Health & Human Services Organizations. It is our hope that investing in these facilities and organizations improves our community for all to benefit and will help us attract, retain and develop talent.

Concho encourages employees to get involved and make a difference in our community. Our officers and employees serve on numerous community boards and volunteer at organizations throughout Texas and New Mexico. We provide opportunities for employees to get involved by hosting numerous fundraisers and company-sponsored volunteer experiences.

Concho is also proud to play a leading role in the Permian Strategic Partnership (PSP), a coalition of energy companies and regional leaders, working together to invest in the communities in the Permian Basin. Our shared goal is to contribute to improving the quality of life in the region by working to make roads safer, improve education, address healthcare and housing needs and train workers. 

Cultural Institutions

We support various individual talent and cultural events in both Texas and New Mexico. Key partnerships include: 

Midland Community Theatre and Midland-Odessa Symphony and Chorale
We are an active supporter of the arts and frequently sponsor performances and encourage our employees to attend.

Museum of the Southwest
Concho was proud to be a partner in the remodeling of this local museum. We regularly support exhibits and cultural events at the museum throughout the year.

Wagner Noël Performing Arts Center
Concho was a founding sponsor of this performing arts venue, which hosts numerous events and brings first-class entertainment to the Permian Basin.

Educational & Community Facilities

We are a steadfast supporter of various local educational institutions. We are committed to maintaining and improving the quality of education in our community while expanding learning opportunities for the families who live here.

Artesia Public Library

Concho donated to create a state-of-the art collaborative learning space located in downtown Artesia, New Mexico. This modern library supports life-long learning and strengthens community by bringing people, information and ideas together.

Bynum School

Concho played a large part in the development of a local campus for children and adults with special needs to have a place to learn, play, and grow.

Centennial Park

Concho has been instrumental in the renovation of downtown Midland's Centennial Park through donations and leadership on the Midland Downtown Park Conservancy. The park amenities include a performance stage, splash pad, dog park and play ground. 

City of Midland (COM) Aquatics

Concho’s contribution helped make the new natatorium a phenomenal health and wellness center that supports all ages, fitness and skill levels in the community.

Fasken Park

We funded the Fasken Park renovation in Midland to support neighborhood play and community gathering.

Friendship Park

Concho is a cornerstone sponsor of Friendship Park in Carlsbad, New Mexico. This handicapped accessible play area is designed for families with special physical needs to allow all children to play together in a meaningful environment.

Hillcrest School

Concho supported a building remodel and expansion to support the students’ specialized learning needs in a nurturing environment.

Midland Independent School District

We are very invested in Midland’s public school system. We believe recruiting and retaining quality educators is key to MISD's success and therefore the success of the Permian Basin region. We also host an annual Concho Career Day so that students can learn about the many job and career opportunities available to them in the oil and gas industry. 

Permian Basin Petroleum Museum

Concho contributed to the PBPM’s 40,000-square-foot renovation, which serves as an oil and gas educational resource for museum visitors while providing science and technology classes to area school children.

Concho Career Day

Concho hosts an annual Career Day for Midland students in grades 8 through 12 alongside the Midland Independent School District. Students are joined by their teachers and Concho employees who present on a broad range of career paths, including engineering, geoscience, finance and field operations, among others. Concho Career Day was designed to educate students about the unique opportunities that exist in Midland, particularly in the oil and gas industry, given the nature and future growth potential of the Permian Basin.

Health & Human Services Organizations

Big Brothers Big Sisters
We contributed to the development of a new facility to serve the Midland community’s youth. Big Brothers Big Sisters is the oldest, largest and most effective youth mentoring organization in the United States. Concho is proud to support the Midland chapter.

Centers for Children and Families
We helped support the development of a new facility to address a wide array of counseling needs in the community.

Habitat for Humanity
Concho has been a consistent supporter of this organization by funding new homes and organizing employee volunteer hours. We were proud to receive the Mark B. Merritt Golden Hammer Award, the highest honor for supporting this organization.

Salvation Army
Concho gave for a new facility to help meet the growing need for emergency shelter and supplies.

West Texas Food Bank
Concho committed to build a distribution and learning center that serves 34,000 square miles in the Permian Basin.