As a fourth generation, family-owned business, we feel a responsibility to help those around us. To make our communities safe, and help them thrive so that our children and grandchildren can experience the same joys of childhood that we did.
Our associates are actively involved in large national charities like United Way, Boys and Girls Clubs, and American Red Cross, but we also give close to home. Here are just a few of the ways that Mannington associates are making a difference:
Stand On A Better World Awards: A program that honors ‘ordinary women who do extraordinary things’. The program ran successfully for three years, and is on hiatus. Check back here in the fall to find out more about the program for 2012.
Stand On A Better World Scholarship: An associate-funded program that awards scholarship money to Salem County (NJ) high school graduates for their continuing education. Learn more about the scholarship.
Love That Max: Mannington, along with a few other companies contributed to a basement renovation project that helped inspire Max, a special needs child, to learn and to never want to leave his basement. Max now spends countless hours enjoying his new room with his sister Sabrina and friends. Read more about this special project.
Art is Cool: Sponsored by Mannington’s Salem, NJ, location, this program recognizes and rewards local high school artists. Students are recognized at a reception at Mannington’s headquarters, and their work is featured in the local newspaper.
Pedro Project: Along with other local companies, Mannington donated time and products to help rebuild the home of Pedro Toala, who was paralyzed in a tragic accident.
Constitution Day - Poster Design Contest: Mannington Mills is a proud National corporate sponsor of the Constitution Day Poster Design contest. The contest is open to all elementary, middle, and high school students. For more information on the contest and to download the application form, please click here.
NJ Audubon Corporate Stewardship Council (CSC): An original member of the invite-only council, Mannington now co-chairs this group while being recognized for its leadership efforts in stewardship activities and sustainable practices. Stewardship efforts include converting nearly 30 acres of lawn and agricultural lands to native grasslands and shrub habitat, providing housing for migratory birds and also honeybees, and providing critical habitat areas. Visit the CSC website to learn more.