Rockwell Automation Gives $3 Million to Fight for the Health, Education, and Financial Stability of People in Greater Cleveland and Greater Milwaukee

Jan 15, 2021 11:00 AM ET

At the close of 2020, Rockwell Automation was proud to contribute more than $3 million to United Way agencies serving the greater Cleveland area in Ohio and Milwaukee and Waukesha counties in southeast Wisconsin.

“2020 brought on unprecedented challenges for so many in our communities, and our employees and organization stepped up to the challenge,” said Patricia Contreras, vice president, Public Affairs at Rockwell Automation. “Their generosity and compassion helped more people access the resources they needed to stay healthy and strong; and together, we helped to expand human possibility.”

Through corporate and employee support, Rockwell donated $2.5 million to support health, education and financial stability for people in the greater Milwaukee and Waukesha county area and has been recognized as a “million-dollar company” annually since 2002. Through the United Way of Greater Cleveland, Rockwell donated more than $672,000 to support social responsibility initiatives crucial to combating poverty in the greater Cleveland area. Additionally, Rockwell employees are active volunteers in both campaigns.

Learn more about Rockwell Automation’s commitment to philanthropic giving and sustainability by clicking here.