education fun run

Shell Puget Sound Refinery’s 3rd annual Fueling Education Fun Run 5K was a huge success! Dozens of sponsors, almost 100 volunteers and nearly 400 runners from across the community came together to raise over $40,000 for the Anacortes Schools Foundation. In just three years, we have raised over $130,000 for STEM programs (Science, Technology, Engineering & Math), early learning initiatives, preschool and college scholarships and social/emotional assessments.

View the video below to watch a few highlights from this year’s race!

Commitment to Our Community

Shell’s Puget Sound Refinery is a place where generations of area residents have found jobs, built careers, supported families and strengthened their communities.

In the Community - Puget Sound

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