Scroll To Top

Welcome to the Contra Costa Chapter of the Chevron Retirees Association Website. The organization is comprised of retirees, spouses, and surviving spouses of the Chevron Corporation, its subsidiaries or its former parts or predecessor companies (Chevron, Gulf, Texaco, and Union, to name a few). Our primary purpose is social and to keep retirees informed of company benefits and other information. This website is managed by the Chevron Retirees Association, which is not a subsidiary of Chevron Corporation but an independent organization of retired employees of Chevron or its predecessor companies.


The next CRA zoom meeting is scheduled on June 21, 2021. Click here for the details.

The May 2021 Newsletter is now available.

Information on the 2021-2022 Scholarship Program is now available. Go to the Scholarship section to get the details of the program and the application.

Chevron's Matching Grant Program will match your donations and contribute a grant for your volunteer activities, but the online process can be confusing. The Chevron Retirees National Organization has a page devoted to Chevron Humankind.

Visit the Chevron Advocacy Network website (chevronadvocacynetwork.com) to sign up for CAN and find information on climate change, electric vehicles, and who actually owns Chevron gas stations.  Registration is free and provides you with the latest news and advocacy opportunities.  Did you know that you can now register for CAN on the go?  Simply text CAN to 64122.

Visit the Links page to visit websites which may be of interest to you.

 

If you are the surviving spouse or family of a Chevron retiree who has passed, please go to “this link” for information on who to contact.

Encore 2Q featured articles on Chevron’s agreement to acquire Noble Midstream Partners, and plans to deliver “higher returns and lower carbon.” This edition also included comments from former CEO, Ken Derr.

The Encore is an important resource of retiree information, including your benefits in retirement.  To access the current Encore issue, go to http://www.chevronretirees.org.

Additional notable Chevron News included the Second Circuit rejecting New York City Climate Change Case against Chevron and others, Chevron and Toyota pursuing strategic alliance on hydrogen, Chevron and Noble Midstream Partners completing merger transaction, and Chevron announcing a 4% increase in dividends to a $1.34/share payable June 10, 2021. Full stories can be found on Chevron Investor Relations website (type Chevron Investor Relations in to any search engine).

Take advantage of the many great opportunities to volunteer with Chevron Humankind and to participate in events of interest put on by the Employee Networks.