Stanley Black & Decker announced a $10+ million comprehensive COVID-19 philanthropic outreach program to help its communities and employees around the world combat the effects of the pandemic.
In alignment with the company’s purpose, “For Those Who Make The World,” the program encompasses:
“Throughout this unprecedented period, we remain focused on our number one priority of ensuring the safety and health of our employees, while at the same time continuing to serve our customers, maintaining our financial strength and doing our part to help communities and governments mitigate the effects of the virus,” said Stanley Black & Decker President & CEO Jim Loree. “Today’s humanitarian and economic crises require everyone to contribute to the best of their abilities. We are seeing the best of humankind, and it is inspiring to see the response by corporations, governments, NGOs, communities and individuals, who are all working together to address these daunting challenges.”
Stanley Black & Decker provides critical support for those who keep the world’s critical infrastructure running. The company’s tools and storage units, engineered fasteners and security solutions are used by the essential health care, first responder, construction, maintenance, transportation, government and medical manufacturing workers. Our COVID-19 Community Response Task Force is already working with universities, hospitals, manufacturers and other partners around the globe to apply its innovation and expertise to tackle today’s challenges. Ongoing projects include 3D face shield printing, innovations in mask technology, and fasteners and battery technology for medical products such as respirators. In addition, we have seen a groundswell of individual employees reaching out to do their part, contributing and engaging with their local communities to serve immediate needs.
“I continue to be amazed by the passion and societal commitment of our employees around the globe. Even when faced with their own personal challenges related to COVID-19, as well as new operational challenges, they continue to find impactful ways to live our purpose – For Those Who Make The World — and be a force for good. I am incredibly proud of their efforts. Now, more than ever, the world needs compassion and empathy. Now is the time to be generous,” added Loree.
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