We engage with our community stakeholders and make meaningful contributions.
Meaningful support for our local communities
At Filtration Group, we believe that good corporate citizenship starts at home and how we work is as important as what we do to support our local communities. We have businesses located all over the world and that means we touch a lot of communities. We partner with local leaders and because we are a global organization, we are involved in international priorities and campaigns – all to empower others to join us in our mission to help make our world safer, healthier and more productive.
The Purafil China team has adopted Bright Primary School and Gaoer Primary School in Guangdong Province, China. As part of this program, the team funded supplies for both students and teachers, including schoolbags, pencil cases, basketballs and footballs--everything they need to ensure a successful year.
Motivated to make a positive local impact, the Austin-based team recently spent the day volunteering. Employees met at Caritas of Austin, an organization that strives to prevent and end homelessness for people in the Greater Austin area. Embracing the ‘when you do good you feel good’ philosophy of Caritas, the team prepped and served more than 260 meals to people in need.
Filtration Group HVAC participated in Cary Reynolds Elementary School’s Read Across America-Dr. Seuss’ Day event. 10 employees served as guest readers to help the school launch the nationwide reading celebration on Dr. Seuss’s 111th birthday. The festivities continued throughout the week with activities that highlighted the importance of reading each day.
Waco Process teamed up with one of their customers to help support their local United Way Golf outing which supported the Richmond, VA outreach program. Waco Process sponsored a hole and participated in the golf outing alongside their largest chemical customer. All proceeds supported the local emergency response shelters.
Helping for the holidays
Filtration Group HVAC partnered with the York Police Department and local schools to support the Snowman Tree program. Employees donated gifts and money to help purchase gifts for families in need during the holiday season.