Propell Charity 2018

by Propell Updates | Jan 11, 2019 11:30:00 AM | Community

With facilities in two countries and three locations, Propell takes great pride in supporting our local communities across North America. We recognize the social and environmental impacts of doing business in these areas and strive to be a healthy part of economic growth and creating a sustainable future for people to live, work, and play. Visit community support to learn about Propell's commitment.

The Pink Frac Pump


WebbTex and Propell joined together for the 2018 Permian Basin International Oil Show in support of breast cancer awareness month. Together the group created a Pink Frac Pump to Support Pink the Basin. With $45,000 raised throughout 2018 we are proud of the partnership we have started. 

Pink the Basin is a non-profit organization that believes every woman deserves to know if they have breast cancer. Fueled by a passion that comes from their differing experiences with the disease, the Pink the Basin board members and volunteers work tirelessly to raise the money it takes to realize their dream.

 To learn more about Pink The Basin visit


Employees from Propell created the team ProPedalers for The 2018 Ride to Conquer Cancer benefiting the BC Cancer Foundation. It’s a two day, 200 km bicycle ride on August 25-26 from Cloverdale to Hope. All money raised will support leading clinicians, scientists, and researchers whose search for new discoveries and improved patient outcomes will have a real impact in our communities throughout the province, across Canada, and around the world. Throughout 2018 Propell raised $95,000 for the Ride.

As a global community with a year-round mindset to conquer cancer in our lifetime, The Ride lets anyone around the world become part of our quest. Through our Virtual Rider Program, you can experience The Ride even without a helmet and bike. Or if you want to take on our weekend-long challenge for August 24 and 25, 2019, we welcome you to join a dedicated tribe of thousands for an epic event that spans two days and over 200 kilometres.

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