When we put our energy behind our communities, we all thrive.
The most important energy comes from people. When we lend a helping hand, overcome adversity or work to improve our communities, we are Fuel for Good in the world.
At Spire, we believe everyone can be Fuel for Good when surrounded by the energy they need to succeed. That’s why each year, every Spire employee receives eight hours of paid time off to go out and serve others.
We hope their stories leave you energized and inspired to be Fuel for Good in your community.
Meet Nelson. His family left behind everything they knew in El Salvador, hoping for a better life in the U.S. Today, he works hard to keep his parents' American dream alive and make a difference for every customer he serves.
Tammy volunteers as a cook for a camp in Mobile for children who currently have cancer or are in recovery. She’s been the Bacon Queen for 10 years now, and she says it’s the best thing she does. But she didn’t always feel that way.
Forest Park is a vibrant, central part of the St. Louis community. But it takes a lot of resources to maintain the 1,293-acre park. Here's how Spire partnered with local non-profit Forest Park Forever to preserve our park - and our natural resources.
In 2013, Jim was hit by a stolen car while riding his bike through a residential neighborhood. The accident catapulted Jim’s life down a new path – and ultimately saved him. Keep reading >>
Robert Rumph spent most of his childhood in and out of the hospital with an aggressive form of cancer. But Robert was lucky. He got a second chance, and he’s not wasting it. Keep reading >>
When Jeffrey* got home from school, a gang was waiting to recruit him. He was young, strong and smart—and they knew it. But gang members weren’t the only ones who noticed Jeffrey’s potential. Keep reading >>
The paint in Debra’s living room is chipping, the carpet has seen better days and the door to the kitchen is missing the knob. This is her memory-filled home, and despite its current condition, she would never dream of leaving. Keep reading >>
Two years ago, Nikki Russell’s path was clear: She was going to make it in the fashion industry. Today, she laces her boots, grabs her lunch and heads out the door to her job in construction—and she wouldn’t have it any other way. Watch now >>
It’s 7:45 a.m. and much of Kansas City is still getting ready for the day. But Jon Street and his crew already have mud on their boots as they work together to solve the city’s toughest underground challenges. Keep reading >>
Tod Fagan, a right of way manager at Spire, had a simple idea. Eventually, it turned into the most innovative public works management tool in the U.S. and Canada. Keep reading >>
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