ExxonMobil and Employees Donate $665,944 to Kansas Colleges and Universities

  ExxonMobil and Employees Donate $665,944 to Kansas Colleges and Universities

  *Ten educational institutions in Kansas receive funds from a program that
    matches employee donations
  *XTO Energy employees in Kansas participated in the matching program
  *More than $2.6 million donated to Kansas post-secondary institutions since

Business Wire

OKLAHOMA CITY -- July 23, 2013

ExxonMobil and its employees, including those from XTO Energy, donated
$665,994 to higher education institutions across Kansas  as part of the
ExxonMobil Foundation’s 2012 Educational Matching Gift Program.

ExxonMobil Foundation contributed unrestricted grants of $484,783 to match
donations of $181,161 from employees, retirees, directors and surviving
spouses. This investment includes gifts from employees of XTO Energy Inc., an
ExxonMobil subsidiary. XTO Energy has offices in Lakin and Garden City with a
nine-county operating area in the state of Kansas.

Over the past five years, ExxonMobil and its employees have given more than
$2.6 million to universities and colleges in Kansas.

The program matches donor pledges 3:1 up to $7,500 to qualified colleges and
universities in the United States along with the American Indian College Fund,
Hispanic Scholarship Fund and the United Negro College Fund. Since the
Educational Matching Gift Program began in 1962, more than $500 million has
been donated to institutions of higher learning.

“ExxonMobil employees have a history of giving back through both their
volunteerism and philanthropy. The corporation and foundation share that
philosophy and are proud to join them in their generous support,” said Suzanne
McCarron, president of the ExxonMobil Foundation.

Although grants are unrestricted, recipients are encouraged to designate a
portion to math and science programs supporting student engagement.

Nationwide, 871 institutions received $40.2 million through the 2012
Educational Matching Gift Program.

In addition to the Educational Matching Gift Program, ExxonMobil and the
ExxonMobil Foundation support and develop programs that encourage students,
particularly women and minorities, toward careers in math and science fields,
as well as teacher training initiatives.

About the ExxonMobil Foundation

The ExxonMobil Foundation is the primary philanthropic arm of Exxon Mobil
Corporation in the United States. The foundation and the corporation engage in
a range of philanthropic activities that advance education, health and science
in the communities where ExxonMobil has significant operations. In the United
States, ExxonMobil supports initiatives to improve math and science education
at the K-12 and higher education levels. In 2012, together with its employees
and retirees, Exxon Mobil Corporation (NYSE:XOM), its divisions and
affiliates, and the ExxonMobil Foundation provided $256 million in
contributions worldwide, of which $116 million was dedicated to education.

About XTO Energy

XTO Energy Inc., a subsidiary of ExxonMobil, is a leading natural gas and oil
producer in the U.S. with expertise in developing tight gas, shale gas, coal
bed methane and unconventional oil resources. XTO has operations in all major
U.S. producing regions. XTO has a reputation for efficient resource
development, environmental stewardship and community involvement, with a
particular commitment to building job readiness to meet the growing challenges
and requirements of our domestic natural gas industry.

List of Kansas Recipients
Allen County Community College       Iola
Baker University                     Baldwin City
Benedictine College                  Atchison
Bethany College Kansas               Lindsborg
Kansas State University              Manhattan
Pittsburg State University           Pittsburg
Southwestern College                 Winfield
University of Kansas                 Lawrence
University of Saint Mary             Leavenworth
Wichita State University             Wichita


Mike Todd, 405-319-3285
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