Our overall corporate objective to conscientiously impact the communities where we live, work and play, with a focus on programs and projects that grow the sustainability of our society, culture and environment.
“We have thousands of employees in many countries around the world and they have all been impacted during this pandemic,” said LBJ/NTE/35W CEO, Alberto Gonzalez. “As a global company, we have raised funds and awareness around safety measures, delivering resources, research, and volunteering.” Alberto Gonzalez – LBJ/NTE/NTE 35W CEO
$1.5 million in contributions to STEM (science, technology, engineering, and math) programs. We understand that ensuring that a robust pipeline of highly skilled personnel with backgrounds in math and science is essential to the success of our project and our industry. Our funding is directed towards elementary, middle and high school STEM programs.
Partnerships with seven school districts in Dallas and Tarrant Counties. From student and teacher scholarships to school supply donations, and district funding - our contributions have impacted over 40,000 students.
More than $250,000 to Food Banks that supply the greater north central Texas region with nearly 1 million meals
Building on $115,000 given in times of crisis to various providers and services after natural disasters such as Hurricane Harvey and during the COVID-19 pandemic
Community Involvement along the LBJ, NTE & NTE 35W TEXpress Lanes Corridors
$67,600 Donation to Tarrant Area Food Bank in Fort Worth
Early during the COVID-19 pandemic, NTEMP/LBJIG made a donation to the Tarrant Area Food Bank in Fort Worth to address the need of hunger in our community and a separate gift of the same amount to the North Texas Food Bank in Dallas, totaling over $135,000.
Additional $30,000 Donated to the North Texas Food Bank and Tarrant Area Food Bank
On November 21, 2020, NTEMP/LBJIG donated a portion of revenues generated from drivers who traveled on the TEXpress Lanes to both the North Texas Food Bank and Tarrant Area Food Bank to the tune of an additional $30,000.
Over $14,000 Donated to local non-profits across DFW Metroplex
NTEMP/LBJIG conducted the 2020 #TEXpressGivesBack contest to allow the public to vote on their favorite charitable organizations. Thousands of participants cast votes online during October and nine local non-profits were awarded contributions over $14,000.
$30,000 Donated to six education foundations across North Texas
NTEMP/LBJIG also provided an additional $30,000 to six education foundations across North Texas—Birdville, Carrollton-Farmers Branch, Fort Worth, HEB, Keller and Northwest ISDs. The previous work NTEMP/LBJIG has been involved in with education foundations has primarily focused on and encouraged students to be engaged in STEM (science, technology, engineering and math) programs.
See what Our Friends are Saying:
“Last year, you helped over 26,000 neighbors affected by the devastating economic toll COVID placed on our community. With your help in 2021, our drive-through pantry provided more than 3,145,000 meals to our neighbors in need. For those facing eviction or loss of utilities, your gifts ensured 1,800 families were not evicted and had a safe place to live. You helped provide 2,373 door-through-door trips to ensure seniors who cannot drive accessed critical services like doctor's office and grocery store. Additionally, your contributions helped 1,934 people get back on their feed through job readiness training, resume reviews, and more. Simply put, your organization's gifts have made a significant change in the lives of thousands of your neighbors.”.Tracy Eubanks CEO of Metrocrest Services
““The ongoing COVID-19 pandemic continues to impact North Texans,” said Trisha Cunningham, president and CEO of the North Texas Food Bank. “In order to effectively meet the increased need, the Food Bank has relied on our caring community who have rallied behind our important mission. Thanks to the generosity of NTEMP/LBJIG, the Food Bank will be able to provide more than 200,000 meals.””.Trisha Cunningham - President & CEO of North Texas Food Bank
““We all know our teachers have been on the frontlines during this pandemic,” indicated Dr. Kent P. Scribner, Superintendent of Fort Worth ISD. “These much-needed dollars to our education foundation will help our teachers bring new, innovative ideas to our students and help keep the students on track as we all face the challenges of a COVID learning environment.””.Dr. Kent P. Scribner - Superintendent of Fort Worth ISD
““The current pandemic has provided extraordinary challenges for all of us. For those facing homelessness, it only compounds an already difficult situation, stated Lauren King, Executive Director of Tarrant County Homeless Coaliltion. “Extra dollars, during these challenging times, are greatly appreciated and will be utilized to respond quickly to ensure basic needs are met and our community keeps people as safe as possible.””.Lauren King - Executive Director of Tarrant County Homeless Coalition