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Community Impact Program: Flowserve Cares

Throughout our history and across the organization, Flowserve employees have donated their time, skills and efforts to charitable causes within their communities. Long before the creation of Flowserve’s purpose, values and behaviors, our people have demonstrated a natural desire to help those who are at-risk, less fortunate and victims of situations beyond their control. Flowserve supports our communities through monetary donations  and also by providing our people with time off to volunteer for local organizations and causes that they care about.
 
Flowserve’s global community impact program, Flowserve Cares, launched in 2019; it and empowers associates to request company support for community programs and needs. Flowserve Cares incorporates monetary donations, in-kind contributions and volunteer opportunities to help make meaningful impacts in the communities where our associates and customers live and work. The programs selected for grants reflect a wide range of needs that align with Flowserve’s core support areas: at-risk youth, stem programs and education, disaster recovery, and community issues.
 
Flowserve Cares has contributed to organizations throughout regions in Asia Pacific, North America, Latin America, Europe, Middle East and Africa regions.

Efforts help to ease the impact of COVID-19 on the Balinese people

The Flowserve Cares initiative partnered with Social Impakt to deliver clean water filtration in Bali and ease financial hardships from COVID-19.

Volunteers Supporting High-Risk Regions Help Slow the Spread of COVID-19

The Flowserve Cares initiative partnered with the United Way to distribute thousands of relief supplies for COVID-19 across India.

Employees Spread Cheer and Hope with Holiday Drive-Thru

As part of the Flowserve Cares program, employees collected donations for the Irving Food Pantry and Toys for Tots program to help Dallas families in need.

Flowserve Volunteers Come Together for Wounded Veteran

Flowserve volunteers, as part of the Flowserve Cares initiative, joined Military Makeover on Lifetime to help renovate the home of wounded veteran Corporal Jacob Tabora and his family.