EnCap Flatrock Midstream is a family-oriented company, and we believe we have a responsibility to use our time, talent and treasure to help make the world around us a better place.

Flatrock in Action logoWhile monetary assistance is important, the members of our team also volunteer on behalf of our company and as individuals, providing hands-on assistance to those in need as well as valuable expertise on building a successful organization. To help further our philanthropic practices, in 2016 we established Flatrock in Action, an employee-managed charitable giving committee which helps steer our Firm’s social focus.  Flatrock in Action gives our employees a self-directed space to channel our time and our talents toward making the world a better place. We partner with local organizations financially and through volunteer service to advance causes in our community about which our firm and our employees care deeply.

Community Partners

Volunteering to improve lives is a company value shared by all the members of our team. We all give significant personal time to community schools, churches, athletic teams and non-profits.

Below are a few of the charities our company supports:

Located in San Antonio, SAMMinistries is an interfaith ministry that helps the homeless and those at risk of becoming homeless attain self-sufficiency by offering, with dignity and compassion, shelter, housing and services. Assistance is tailored to best meet the needs of each individual and family.

The EnCap Flatrock Midstream team looks forward each year to serving at SAMM in many capacities including organizing Christmas gifts for children living at the SAMM Transitional Living and Learning Center (TLLC) and preparing and serving meals to the TLLC residents.

The EFM team had the privilege of working alongside the Wesley staff to enhance their community garden by building vegetable and flower beds, planting fruit trees, weeding and mulching. The team also assisted in restocking Wesley’s local food pantry. The goal of their garden and pantry is to provide fresh food to families in need and maximize family food budgets.

The Wesley Community Center is a 115-year-old organization serving the Near Northside community and is located just three miles from EFM’s Houston office.

EFM recently awarded five grants to teachers in the San Antonio Independent School District (SAISD). These grants support outstanding education projects conducted by teachers and teams of SAISD educators.

Located deep in the heart of the Alamo City for more than 100 years, SAISD is Bexar County’s third-largest school district, serving more than 50,000 students. Because SAISD recognizes that education is not “one size fits all," they offer choices for students to pursue special interests and career goals, as well as learning environments that best meet individual needs.

In November 2018, EFM’s Oklahoma staff and their spouses volunteered at the Project 66 Food & Resource Center. Project 66 is a faith-based nonprofit affiliated with the Regional Food Bank of Oklahoma. Project 66 distributes food to people who would otherwise go undernourished, including children, the elderly, the disabled, and families facing difficult economic times. Project 66 also connects clients with local resources including community clinics and ways to secure financial assistance with rent or utilities.

Hill Country Daily Bread Ministries (HCDBM) is a Regional Resource Center located in Boerne, Texas. HCBDM works with churches, agencies, sponsors and individuals to transform the lives of those living in poverty. EFM often helps put together boxes of clothing and food that are delivered to families every week. We also help the HCDBM Summer Academy by preparing meals for the middle and high school students who attend the academy to receive academic, spiritual and emotional help. In August, EFM hosted an end of summer movie party for the Summer Academy students to reward them for all of their hard work over the summer.

United Way of Central Oklahoma is committed to improving the health, safety, education and economic well-being of individual families and EFM is proud to partner with United Way in that effort.

Managing Partner Dennis Jaggi has been active with United Way for many years including serving as Chairman of the Board and on the Long-Range Planning Committee. He is currently on the Board of Directors. In 2017, he was awarded the Richard H. Clements Lifetime Achievement Award, which honors individuals who have a lifelong dedication to volunteering, leadership and philanthropy not only to United Way, but to the community as a whole.

Family Legacy is a Texas organization that connects American families with the orphaned and vulnerable children of Zambia to proclaim the Gospel, transform lives and rescue orphans.

EnCap Flatrock Midstream sponsors 22 children in Misisi, Zambia to attend private Legacy Academy schools. These children receive schooling for one year and much-needed nutrition. The Academy provides orphans a solid spiritual and academic base through Christian education that helps break the cycle of economic poverty that has plagued Zambia for decades.

EFM is proud to support Focus on the Family, a global Christian Ministry that provides resources for couples and families to thrive and to equip themselves to make a greater difference in the lives of those around them.

Since 2012, EFM has supported Shriners Hospitals for Children, and for the past two years has been the presenting sponsor of the annual Shriners Hospitals for Children College Classic held at Minute Maid Park each spring. 

Shriners Hospitals for Children is a health care system dedicated to improving the lives of children by providing pediatric specialty care, innovative research, and outstanding teaching programs for medical professionals. Children up to age 18 receive all treatment and services in a family-centered environment, regardless of the families’ ability to pay.

Since 2013, EFM has also supported Texas Scottish Rite Hospitals for Children by participating in the G-Man Jackie Sherrill Shootout, an annual golf tournament benefiting multiple charities, including the hospital. 

Texas Scottish Rite Hospital for Children treats many of the world's most complex orthopedic cases, as well as certain related arthritic and neurological disorders and learning disorders, such as dyslexia.

A message from SAMM CEO Nikisha Baker on EFM partnership:

Recent Acknowledgements
and Accomplishments

Greg King Appointed to University of Houston Board of Regents

Gregory KingEFM Managing Partner Greg King was recently appointed by Texas Governor Greg Abbott to the University of Houston System Board of Regents.

Bill Waldrip Honored by SAMMinistries for Lifetime of Service

Bill WaldripEFM Founder and Managing Partner Bill Waldrip was recently honored by SAMMinistries for a lifetime of selfless service to the citizens of San Antonio and the non-profits that support the San Antonio community.

Lemmons Named Chairman of the Texas A&M Foundation Board of Trustees

Billy LemmonsEFM Founder and Managing Partner Billy Lemmons was appointed to the Texas A&M Foundation Board of Trustees in 2018.  After several years serving in multiple capacities on the board, he was appointed to Board Chair.

Lemmons, who resides in Boerne, Texas, earned his bachelor’s degree in petroleum engineering from Texas A&M University in 1984 and an MBA from Mays Business School in 1988.

“It was easy for me to say ‘yes’ when I was asked to serve in this role,” Lemmons said. “The Texas A&M Foundation plays a critical role in raising the necessary funds to fuel the world-class teaching and research happening at Texas A&M. Our university is very special, and our family has a deep passion for Texas A&M and the great things it contributes to make the world a better place.”

Tommy Waldrip Appointed to SAMMinistries Board

Tommy WaldripEFM Managing Director Tommy Waldrip was recently appointed to Board of Directors of SAMMinistries. Tommy has long been a SAMM supporter and is excited to bring his business acumen and heart for homeless prevention to the Board.

Matthew Melton Appointed to McCombs Energy Initiative Associate Advisory Council

Matthew MeltonEFM Vice President Matthew Melton was recently selected as a member of The University of Texas’ McCombs Energy Initiative Associate Advisory Council. The Council works to facilitate connection between UT Alumni, the University, McCombs and peers in the energy industry, where ideas can be exchanged, and current students interested in careers in the energy industry can be encouraged.

Brett Knowles Member of Mays Business School Advisory Board

EFM Vice President Brett KnowlesBrett Knowles was appointed to Texas A&M’s Mays Business School Dean’s Advisory Board. The Board supports the Dean in advancing the vision and mission of the school in three areas: student recruitment and career development; marketing and communications; and fundraising and development.

Matthew Melton New Member of Salvation Army Advisory Board

Matthew MeltonEFM Vice Presiden was recently selected as an advisory board member of The Salvation Army of San Antonio. The Salvation Army benefits millions of people worldwide through spiritual programs; comprehensive youth and adult group activities; adult rehabilitation centers; family social services; transitional housing for families and job training and placement. Advisory board members focus on fundraising and advancing strategic initiatives.

Jaggi Family Recognized for United Way Contributions

Dennis JaggiThe United Way of Central Oklahoma’s Leadership Giving Registry recently featured the contributions of EFM Founder Dennis Jaggi and his family.

Dennis and Janet Jaggi’s involvement with United Way of Central Oklahoma began more than 30 years ago. Dennis has served as Annual Campaign Chair, Energy Chair on the Campaign Cabinet, Pacesetter Chair and Board Chair. Dennis and Janet both have been involved with many United Way events, including arranging event sponsorships.

Their son, Greg, is continuing the Jaggi tradition of giving to United Way. Greg and his wife, Christie, are currently contributing at Leadership Levels.

“I see there is a need out there ... a big disparity between successful people and people who are in trouble”, Dennis said. “What we need to do is look out the window and ask how we can help these people get their feet on the ground, get going, and help them be successful.” 
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