Employee Giving Campaign

Giving to our communities has long been an important part of Ecolab’s goal of helping to make the world a better place. As such, we go beyond providing industry-leading sustainability products and services for our customers, to support programs that help enrich the lives of our friends and neighbors in our communities. Our Community Giving Campaign is a prime example.

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Ecolab has sponsored an employee giving campaign since 1985, both through donations and organized giving campaigns in the Twin Cities in Minnesota (our global headquarters), as well as 15 major office and manufacturing plant locations across the U.S.

Each year, Ecolab associates are given the opportunity to contribute to their communities through our workplace giving campaign. Through this voluntary program, we encourage all our employees to consider the unique needs of their communities and to participate in the campaign in a way that works for each individual.

In our most recent Community Giving Campaign, Ecolab raised a total of $3.2 million, including a match from the Ecolab Foundation, for the United Way, Global Impact and other qualifying, employee-designated non-profit organizations.

To kick-off the Ecolab Community Giving Campaign, employees in Saint Paul, Minnesota made 1,000 back-to-school backpacks.

Volunteers at the Houston-area Community Giving Campaign kick-off event in Sugar Land, Texas, paused for a quick group photo as attendees finished creating disaster relief kits.

To help kick-off the Ecolab Community Giving Campaign, employee volunteers in Eagan, Minnesota, made laundry soap packets for distribution at local homeless shelters.