Financial Information

Total Assets: $1,753,007

Total Giving: $2,255,903

Area of Service:

TX/ OK/ LA/ India/ CN/ Guatemala/ Zambia/ United Kingdom/ Egypt

Areas of Interest:

Not Available


Matching Gifts Program
The foundation matches contributions made by employees of Baker Hughes to academic institutions and nonprofit organizations involved with arts and culture, health, and community services on a one-for-one basis from $100 to $1,000 per employee, up to $2,500 per employee on the executive payroll, and up to $25,00 per Executive Leadership Team member.


Grants in 2016:
American Cancer Society, $1,800
American Diabetes Association, $1,965
Sisters in Service, $5,000
Tahirih Justice Center, $6,000
Northern Plains Children’s Advocacy Center, $10,000
American Heart Association, Inc., $32,480
The Methodist Hospital Foundation, $50,100
The Womens Home, $250,000
Colorado School of Mines Foundation, $100,150


Giving in areas of company operations in the greater Tulsa, OK, and Houston, TX, areas; and on an international basis in Angola.
No support for religious or political organizations or secondary schools.


The foundation supports organizations involved with education, health, youth, and culture.


Type of Grantmaker: Company-sponsored foundation
Established in 1994 in TX.

Quick Facts Sheet

Located in:


TX/ OK/ LA/ India/ CN/ Guatemala/ Zambia/ United Kingdom/ Egypt

United States

Contact Information / Process

Applicants should submit the following:
– Copy of IRS Determination Letter
– Detailed description of project and amount of funding requested
Initial Approach: E-mail or mail proposal

P.O. Box 3045
Houston, TX 77253-3045

Phone: (713) 439-8662
Fax: (281) 582-5859
[email protected]

Donors & Leadership

Baker Hughes Inc.

Officers and Directors:
Chad C. Deaton, Chairperson and President
Didier Charreton, Vice President
Alan R. Crain, Jr., Vice President
Peter A. Ragauss, Vice President
Sandra E. Alford, Secretary-Treasurer
Isaac C. Kerridge, Executive Director