Pentair Celebrates Employee Volunteerism on National Philanthropy Day

Pentair Celebrates Employee Volunteerism on National Philanthropy Day

Working to improve our communities, Pentair's employees join together to effectively drive innovation and demonstrate impact at scale

A team of hard-pedaling Pentair bikers from Minnesota, U.S., participated in the Blue Cross Blue Shield stationary bike event. As victors, they earned a $2,500 grant for the Multiple Sclerosis (MS) Society.

In Ohio, U.S., more than 60 Pentair team members participated in a “Bike for a Tyke,” event with Big Brothers, Big Sisters of Greater Cleveland to build bicycles for children in need.

In Noido, India, Pentair employees celebrated World Environment Day, held June 5, by planting trees at Pentair facilities in Noida and Mumbai.

In Minnesota, U.S., Pentair employees participated in the Walk for Water for Water Mission, helping raise more than $100,000 to bring awareness and funding for access to clean water and sanitation in regions around the world.

In Herentals, Belgium, Pentair employees participated in an industrial zone litter removal initiative that brought together more than 350 volunteers from nearly 150 different companies.

Wednesday, November 15, 2017 - 9:00am

CAMPAIGN: Team Pentair

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In honor of National Philanthropy Day, November 15, Pentair celebrates its employees around the world that have rallied together as "Team Pentair" in 2017 to volunteer their time and talents to make a difference in their communities. As a leading global manufacturer, Pentair believes the passions and contributions of its 19,000 employees are important, and encourages and rewards employee-led involvement through Team Pentair, the company’s philanthropic engagement program. Employees are encouraged to volunteer in teams, using their collective resources to support nonprofit organizations in Pentair communities, and Pentair provides matching grants for team volunteerism and personal charitable giving to eligible organizations. Learn more at