Engaging with
Our Communities

Meaningful Support for
Our Local Communities

At Filtration Group, we believe that good corporate citizenship starts at home. Our businesses around the globe support the communities in which they live and work and go above and beyond to help families in need. Below are just a few examples of how we get involved with local communities to further our mission to make the world safer, healthier and more productive.

Supporting School Children

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.

Providing Clean Water

Global Filter is very active in the high purity water space, including providing solutions for bottled water. There are millions of people around the world without access to safe drinking water. Global Filter partnered with Unlocking Communities to raise money for their inaugural project in Haiti – to create a sustainable water filtration system to give Haitians a more cost-effective and sustainable water option. The Unlocking Communities filtration system provides clean, safe drinking water for families for up to 5 years.

Cleaning Up Our Communities

Many Filtration Group businesses around the globe participate in World Clean-Up Day, an opportunity to create an organized clean-up event in their local area that amplifies a global clean-up effort. Picking up trash and other items contaminating their local environment, Filtration Group team members are motivated to make the world safer and healthier in a very tangible way.

Building Bikes for Kids

What better way to support a healthier world than making sure children have a safe bike to ride? Members from our Indoor Air Quality and Marketing teams helped assemble bikes for children; the bikes were donated to the Boys & girls Club of Great Dallas, which serves more than 6,000 youth every year.