PPG donates $16,000 for Delaware, Ohio-area programs

06/08/2014
The PPG Industries Foundation has donated $16,000 to three Delaware, Ohio-area organizations for educational and human-services programs. Each grant was made on behalf of PPG Industries’ automotive refinish coatings facility in Delaware and represents PPG’s commitment to supporting local organizations that provide needed resources in the community.
 

The PPG Industries Foundation has donated $16,000 to three Delaware, Ohio-area organizations for educational and human-services programs. Each grant was made on behalf of PPG Industries’ automotive refinish coatings facility in Delaware and represents PPG’s commitment to supporting local organizations that provide needed resources in the community. Here, Carl Johnson, PPG director of manufacturing, automotive refinish, North America, based at the Delaware facility, presents a check to United Way of Delaware County, Ohio, President Brandon Feller.


The PPG Industries Foundation has donated $16,000 to three Delaware, Ohio-area organizations for educational and human-services programs. Each grant was made on behalf of PPG Industries’ automotive refinish coatings facility in Delaware and represents PPG’s commitment to supporting local organizations that provide needed resources in the community. Here, Carl Johnson, PPG director of manufacturing, automotive refinish, North America, based at the Delaware facility, presents a check to Liberty Community Children's Center Director Ann McKenzie Teague.

DELAWARE, Ohio, Aug. 6, 2014 – The PPG Industries Foundation has donated $16,000 to three Delaware, Ohio-area organizations for educational and human-services programs. Each grant was made on behalf of PPG Industries’ (NYSE:PPG) automotive refinish coatings facility in Delaware and represents PPG’s commitment to supporting local organizations that provide needed resources in the community.

The recent grants helped:

“Each of these organizations does great work offering opportunities and support in the Delaware community, and we hope this funding will help them continue and expand their valued efforts,” said Carl Johnson, PPG director of manufacturing, automotive refinish, North America, based at the Delaware facility. “PPG is pleased to support organizations that directly impact its communities and improve the lives of our youth and other general residents.”

Established in 1951, the PPG Industries Foundation demonstrates the values of PPG Industries by enhancing the quality of life in communities where the company has a presence. Interests of the foundation, in order of priority, are education, human services, culture and arts, and civic and community affairs. PPG also supports charitable causes by encouraging employees’ volunteerism and board service with nonprofit organizations. For more information, visit www.ppgfoundation.com.

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Contact:
K.C. McCrory
PPG Corporate Communications
412-434-2445
kmccrory@ppg.com
www.ppgfoundation.com

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