FSI presented Make-A-Wish Foundation of Missouri & Kansas with a $40,000 grant to support life-changing wishes to St. Louis area children, including Harper’s wish to go to Hawaii.
More than $250,000 Donated to Charitable Organizations in 2019
ST. LOUIS — Jan. 26, 2020 — From their humble beginnings in 1972, FSI, has grown to the world’s leading polyurethane systems house and they believe in sharing that success with the greater St. Louis community. In 2019, FSI donated more than $250,000 to area charitable organizations.
“Giving back to the community is an important part of our company culture,” says Todd Keske, CEO at FSI. “FSI is committed to making a lasting impact in the community where our employees and many of our customers call home.”
FSI focuses its giving toward organizations that address education, conservation and helping people battling illnesses and injuries. Here is a breakdown of the company’s 2019 charitable donation highlights:
Friends of St. Louis University (SLU) Liver Center
Friends of the SLU Liver Center received a donation to support basic and clinical research in the treatment for all types of liver disease.
The Greater St. Louis Area Council, Boy Scouts of America
The Greater St. Louis Area Council, Boy Scouts of America received donations to support educational programs that build character, teach participatory citizenship and develop personal fitness.
Great Rivers Habitat Alliance/Ducks Unlimited
Ducks Unlimited and the Great Rivers Habitat Alliance received a donation to support the future of the Confluence, a unique 291,000-acre wetland system formed where the Mississippi and Missouri Rivers meet.
Make-A-Wish Foundation of Missouri & Kansas
Make-A-Wish Foundation® of Missouri & Kansas received donations for local children battling critical illnesses.
Lutheran Association for Special Education
Lutheran Association for Special Education (LASE) received donations to provide Christian special education and related services to children with mild special learning needs in the context of a caring environment.
Brain Injury Association of Missouri
The Brain Injury Association of Missouri received a donation to provide information and support to individuals with brain injury and their families.
Wonders of Wildlife Foundation
The Wonders of Wildlife Foundation received a donation to help educate future conservation leaders by inspiring them to act as stewards of the land and water.
“At Foam Supplies, we hold some simple beliefs about life, giving back to the community and business that drive the decisions we make every day,” says Keske. “Investing in organizations in our hometown today helps prepare for a better future.”
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Founded in 1972, FSI is the world’s leading polyurethane systems house. FSI has led the industry with innovative products that have paved the way for environmental responsibility and sustainability. FSI’s patented Ecomate® technology is the most tested and proven environmentally friendly blowing agent to a family of polyurethane foam systems on the market today. Ecomate has zero global warming potential, zero ozone depletion potential, and contains no volatile organic compounds. Based in Earth City, MO, FSI has two manufacturing facilities in the U.S., three international sites, distributors in 17 countries, and customers in 30+ industries worldwide. Industries served include automotive, boating & marine, commercial refrigeration, construction, HVAC, refrigerated transport and spray foam. Learn more at foamsupplies.com and ecomatetechnology.com.