Toray Composite Materials America, Inc. (CMA)
CMA took joy in participating in various charity projects from summer through fall on different projects by its Tacoma, Decatur, and Spartanburg plants.
The Tacoma Plant began its annual School Supply Drive in August 2022. Donation buckets were placed around the facility along with donation kit tags that were 10 and 30 dollars in value. With the help of the employees’ generous donations, the local Bethel School District received 1,925 items worth 1,152 dollars in school supplies.
The Decatur Plant began with the United Way Day of Caring, an annual event that mobilizes the power of volunteers from local companies and communities to help out charitable organizations. In September, 13 employees, and money donations from other employees, led to the completion of three separate projects for the Day of Caring. Activities included helping donate 54 items worth 900 dollars to Hope Place, which provides assistance for people who have been victims of domestic and sexual violence, for their Linen Drive, and two work projects for the Salvation Army. They were able to clean up around the Salvation Army building and assisted living housing units and playground.
The Spartanburg Plant also held their annual stuff the bus event during the months of June and July. Thanks to all the generous donations from the employees, they were able to purchase around 31 backpacks in a month! These backpacks were passed to the Spartanburg County School District for the students.
CMA is committing to support donation for our local community. We look forward to helping for coming up holiday seasons as well.
Members of the General Affairs Department of Tacoma Plant
and the school district representative
with school supplies donated by CMA employees
“Stuff the Bus” collection day held
at Spartanburg Plant
Linen Drive items for Hope Place and United Way of
Morgan County Board Member and Campaign Coordinator
CMA Decatur employee volunteers
who worked with the Salvation Army
Volunteer pressure washing and landscaping at the Salvation Army buildings