Metaldyne employees at a Habitat for Humanity build in Detroit
Our local communities are important to us. Metaldyne employees all around the world are actively engaged in a full spectrum of community involvement, donating their time and financial resources to help improve the social environment.
Metaldyne employees are not only committed to serving our customers, they are also committed to serving their communities. -- Thomas Amato, Metaldyne’s president and CEO.
There are many examples of employee commitment to social responsibility across all of Metaldyne’s locations. In Michigan, Metaldyne is a proud sponsor of Habitat for Humanity Detroit, which provides affordable housing for local families in need. Employees from Metaldyne’s Plymouth, Litchfield and Warren, Michigan locations all contribute to this partnership. In Pennsylvania, Metaldyne employees from Ridgway and St. Marys participate in the American Cancer Society’s Relay for Life event every June, collecting money for the event all year long. In Indiana, Metaldyne’s Fremont location donated to Project Help, supporting those less fortunate in their community.
In the Czech Republic, Metaldyne employees donate teaching equipment and toys, as well as their time, to a local children’s camp. In England, employees rally together to participate in “Movemeber,” raising awareness and funds for men’s health issues. In Korea, employees donate time and money to a local nursing home. At Metaldyne’s Valencia plant in Spain, employees sponsor a building in India that doubles as both a school and a hospital. In Brazil, the Metaldyne plant makes monthly contributions to a program designed to strengthen families in the community and minimize the possibility of institutional care, such as orphanages.
These are just a few of the examples of Metaldyne employees giving back to their communities through active engagement, making a positive and lasting difference in the communities where we operate.