Freeport-McMoRan's focus continues to be on the health and wellbeing of our employees, their families and our communities. As we continue to navigate these uncertain times together, we have created this page to share valuable online community resources. We encourage all stakeholders and community members with any questions to connect with us at, call our Community Information Line at 877-629-2609 or reach out directly to your local community contact.

Freeport-McMoRan has hosted webinars with local Chambers and economic development partners in communities where we have an operational presence. These webinars cover an array of topics and highlight resources that support and aid in economic recovery. Click the images below to view.
Local First + Rural Development Council 

May 2020

Kimber Lanning, Executive Director, Arizona Rural Development Council, a program of Local First Arizona Foundation
Kimber addresses issues including: landlord-tenant assistance, accessing capital and planning for the reopening of your economy, marketing, staffing and debt management.

June 2020

Indira Jeffrey, DreamBuilder Program Manager, Thunderbird School of Global Management
rancisca Villegas-Braker, Director, Women’s Business Center of Southern Arizona
DreamBuilder is a free, online entrepreneurship training program that helps individuals learn how to start and grow small businesses. In addition to 13 interactive courses including accounting, finance, human resources and marketing; a personal business plan is generated upon completion of the program. Financing Your Dream is a free, online companion course that introduces students to different types of capital/sources of funding for their business and assists them in creating a capital action plan. All courses available in English and Spanish.

CO.STARTERS and Alchemy Community Transformations
June 2020

Enoch Elwell, Chief Executive Officer, CO.STARTERS
Alex Pearlstein, Vice Principal of Economic Development, Alchemy Community Transformations

Freeport-McMoRan has partnered with both organizations in four of our operating regions through a USDA REDI grant. The two organizations are working to connect entrepreneurial and more traditional economic development work in local communities and have figured out ways to adapt programming to fit the COVID-19 landscape.