Community Involvement

Clear Creek Midstream is a compassionate neighbor and dedicated partner
with communities in Houston and surrounding areas.


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Clear Creek Midstream is a compassionate neighbor and dedicated partner
with communities in Houston and surrounding areas.

Below are a few of the Community Service Partners we work with throughout the year.

Hope Advocates

Hope Advocates is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit, volunteer organization based in Fort Bend County. The organization is dynamic in the work it does and involves kids in the volunteer process. Hope Advocates volunteers at various times throughout the year via food drives, toy drives, Bags of Hope and many other times people are in need of service.

SEARCH Homeless Services

SEARCH Homeless Services is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization that helps thousands of individuals and families move from the streets into jobs and safe, stable homes through services that engage and stabilize, house, employ, and educate in Houston. In 2010, Houston was ranked in the top 10 cities for numbers of people experiencing homelessness. From 2011 to 2017, Houston has reduced overall homelessness in the community by 60%. Despite great progress, on any given day, approximately 3,400 individuals in Houston experience the trauma of homelessness.

Young Life

Young Life is a nonprofit Christian ministry that reaches out to middle school, high school and college-aged kids in all 50 of the United States as well as more than 90 countries around the world. Going where kids are and building personal relationships with them, Young Life also provides fun, adventurous, life-changing and skill-building experiences by working in the community alongside like-minded adults.

Carl McCain Memorial Foundation

The Carl McCain Foundation is a tax-exempt, publicly supported organization in accordance with the Internal Revenue Service code Section 501(c)3 and makes financial grants to, or on behalf of, individuals and families who work (or have worked) in the energy industry and who are financially overburdened for medically related reasons. Funding for the Foundation comes from corporate and individual donations through participation in our numerous annual events: Industry Cocktail Receptions, Old-timers Reception, Chili/Fajita Cook-Off, Sporting Clay Competition, Houston Texas Golf Tournament and the Bakersfield California Golf Tournament.

Star of Hope

Star of Hope is a Christ-centered community dedicated to meeting the needs of homeless men, women and their children. Positive life changes are encouraged through structured programs which focus on spiritual growth, education, employment, life management and recovery from substance abuse. Star of Hope is funded through public and private donations, the United Way, churches, civic/community groups, corporations, grants and foundations. In addition, we are assisted by more than 7,300 volunteers.

Pipeliners Association of Houston

The Pipeliners Association of Houston is an industry-based pipeline professional organization, driven by membership and member volunteers to lead the industry. The organization has a rich history of knowledge transfer including industry advances and current events, education through professional development and collegiate scholarships, and professional mentoring. The association is both non-profit and non-political in character, but may cooperate in civic enterprises. Volunteers host events to raise scholarship money for members’ college students. The Pipeliners Young Professionals group established in 2016 encourages and supports our next generation.