Supporting the Communities Where We Work and Live

Alta Mesa Responds to Hurricane Harvey

Hurricane Harvey had a devastating impact on Texas and Louisiana. Our thoughts and prayers are with our employees and the communities that were impacted by the storm. Both during and after the the storm, Alta Mesa’s employees got involved in helping its fellow workers and its community to rescue the stranded and then begin the long road to recovery by cleaning and restoring their homes and neighborhoods. On the ground, Alta Mesa’s management team has worked to support its employees directly affected by the flooding and they are actively doing everything they can to assist, including moving some employees and their families to proper and safe homes. Texas is home to most of our employees therefore the storm’s impact is felt by all of us. There’s still much to do, and Alta Mesa is committed to helping its employees for the long term.


We participate in the lives of the communities in which we operate, and we encourage/support our employees doing so. Alta Mesa supports the following organizations:

Mission Bend Christian Academy

The school believes that children are the most important investment in the future. Cultivating this resource through academically sound, Christian education empowers their students with strong character to make a difference in the future. Mission Bend Christian Academy’s mission is to bring children into a nurturing environment, build a strong spiritual, academic, social, and physical foundation, and to send forth Christ-like students.

Alta Mesa is a proud sponsor of the MBCA Energy Classic, benefiting Mission Bend Christian Academy

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Habitat for Humanity

Habitat for Humanity NWHC (Habitat Northwest Harris County) is an ecumenical nonprofit interfaith ministry bringing the community together to build decent, affordable homes for all God’s people in need. It was established in 1989 by 12 area churches as an affiliate of Habitat for Humanity International. They are a non-profit 501-c-3, faith based, volunteer driven organization dedicated to eliminating sub-standard housing. They are one of eight Habitat affiliates in metropolitan Houston. Since its inception, NWHC has built more than 160 homes, providing housing for more than 650 individuals. Habitat NWHC has built homes in 5 subdivisions: Carrell Manor, Cherie Cove, Lancaster, Hampton Place and Hamill Ranch. Construction commenced in February 2012 in the sixth subdivision, Hamill Crossing. When completed, Hamill Crossing will house 46 families.