Making A Difference


By: Tara Morvant

Many of you with children who are following the stay-at-home advisory have likely heard the phrase, "I'm bored," at least a thousand times by now. Ryan Callais, human resources assistant, definitely has.

However, last weekend, his 10-year old daughter, Jolie, came up with an idea to not only occupy her time but to also help out during this global crisis. She found an internet video on how to make hand sanitizer and was eager to give it a try.

Toss Your Pebble


By: Tara Morvant

​During the January Town Hall gathering, Owner Mark Danos demonstrated the impact we have as individuals at Danos with a pebble and a mason jar exercise. He explained that we as employees have the power to create a ripple effect when we toss our pebbles, or ideas, into the pond, indicating that any employee can make a difference.

GL Supervisor Tu Le decided to seize the opportunity to toss her pebble. For Valentine's Day, Tu presented the idea of Valentine's Day cards as a Danos Foundation initiative to raise money and spread a little love. Employees were able to purchase a Valentine's Day card for $1 and include a personal message on the back to let their fellow employees know they are appreciated.

2020 Danos Foundation SOUPer Bowl Cook-Off


By: Tara Morvant

The Danos Foundation hosted its second annual SOUPer Bowl at headquarters in Gray and the first annual SOUPer Bowl at our Permian headquarters in Midland. For a small donation to the Danos Foundation, employees were able to taste and judge competing soup recipes. Read More...

January 2020 Town Hall with Mark Danos


By: Tara Morvant

At the January Town Hall meeting, Owner Mark Danos demonstrated the impact we each have as individuals at Danos with a pebbles and mason jar exercise.

He also spoke about topics ranging from the 2020 strategic action plans, the new iCan system and what we can expect with the new J.D. Edwards transition.

Battle of the Bowls


By: Tara Morvant

The Danos Foundation hosted a Battle of the Bowls Chili Cook-off at headquarters in Gray on Thursday, October 24. For a small donation to the Danos Foundation, employees were able to taste and judge our five competing chili recipes. Read More...

Danos Works Spotlight: Nicole Williams


By: The Pipeline

In 2018, Danos External Communications Lead Nicole Williams volunteered 30 hours with two organizations: the Cajun Heritage Festival and the Larose Civic Center. By logging her hours online with Danos WORKS, Nicole was able to donate $75 to each organization on behalf of the Danos Foundation. Read More...

Danos WORKS Helps Grant-A-Wish


By: The Pipeline

Earlier this year, Maintenance Foreman Jerry Pitre (center) presented a check to Louisiana State Police Troop C Grant-A-Wish, a non-profit 501(c)(3) wish granting organization. The goal of the organization is to grant wishes to children under 18 with life altering, life threatening or terminal illnesses who reside in the Troop C Community.


Danos WORKS in Action


By: Renee Piper

On Friday, August 16, the Danos Foundation’s volunteer program, Danos WORKS, volunteered time at Live Oak Baptist Church in Pointe Aux Chenes, Louisiana. Read More...

Danos Works: Logging Volunteer Hours


By: David Gravois

Ever heard the expression time equals money? This couldn't be truer when talking about Danos Works, the volunteer segment of the Danos Foundation. Your time spent volunteering could turn into cash for your organization. You spend hours volunteering. Why not take a few minutes to log your hours to help your organization even further? Read More...

Danos Works Spotlight: Gail Losee


By: Samantha Magee

​After serving our country in the U.S. Army for 20 years, Gail Losee began working with Danos in March 2014 as a logistics coordinator. On her days off, you’re most likely to find Gail volunteering or cruising on her Harley Davidson. Her combined passion – volunteering and cruising – is what led her to get involved with Covenant Care, a nonprofit organization that provides hospice care, home health care, memory care and support for caregivers. Read More...