General Moly adheres to the principles of sustainable development, including the goal of its operations and activities having positive impacts in the communities where the Company has operations.
In addition to complying with applicable regulations and environmental requirements, General Moly endeavors to be a good corporate citizen by operating safely and protecting the health and well-being of our employees and stakeholder, with integrity, fostering positive relationships with stakeholders, and treating all people with respect and dignity.
General Moly strives to be a good neighbor and has contributed to support education, social services, and community development initiatives in Eureka, Carlin, Elko, Spring Creek and Tonopah.
General Moly partnered with Mount Hope Mines, Inc., the lease holder of the Mt. Hope property, to create a scholarship foundation for students in Eureka County, Nevada. Since its launch in 2009 to 2017, the Harold L. Drimmer-Mt. Hope Educational Foundation has disbursed $90,000 in annual scholarships. The foundation provides annual vocational/technical and academic scholarships.
The foundation was started to honor the memory of Harold L. Drimmer, who originally staked mining claims at the Mt. Hope site. His philanthropic efforts included serving as Chairman and a Board member of the Westchester Community College for 27 years and a member of the Board of Overseers of the Harvard University Graduate School of Education. He earned degrees from Harvard University and Columbia Law School.
Eureka County students interested in applying for a scholarship should contact their high school guidance counselor.