Houston Food Bank president & CEO Brian Greene, and Sempra Infrastructure external affairs team members Iman Garrett-Price, Talat Goudarzi, and Jeanne Trahan.

Sempra Infrastructure was presented with the Bronze President's Volunteer Service Award by the Points of Light Foundation in recognition of our volunteer support of the Houston Food Bank and our commitment to the communities where we live and work. The award was accompanied by a presidential pin and letter from President Joe Biden.

By living our values of doing the right thing, championing people and shaping the future, our Houston employee volunteer team has achieved more than 100 hours of volunteer service with the Houston Food Bank, a valued community partner who provides services to many individuals and families across Houston and beyond.

“We provide access to 150 million nutritious meals in 18 counties through our community partners of food pantries, soup kitchens, social service providers and schools. But it could not be done without the assistance of volunteers,” said Houston Food Bank president and CEO Brian Greene. “Sempra Infrastructure and its employees have provided generous financial support and, most importantly, donated time to Houston Food Bank to help neighbors in need. Sempra’s enduring support is deeply appreciated.”

At Sempra Infrastructure, we are committed to championing community development. We invest time, talent and financial resources to help improve the quality of life for our communities, neighbors and employees. By partnering with local organizations and leadership, we maintain our commitment to making a positive difference in our communities.