Pratt Supports Annual Back to School Bash for the Second Year

By |August 23rd, 2013|

Pratt was once again a proud featured sponsor of the annual Iredell Statesville Community Enrichment Back to School Bash, which donates free and much- needed clothing and school supplies for children who are in need of support. The event takes place in Mooresville, NC., near Statesville where Pratt has a large box-making plant. At the [...]

Pratt Supports The Home Depot Canada Foundation’s Goal to Build Stronger Communities

By |April 26th, 2013|

Pratt Industries believes in giving back to the communities in which we live and work...but we also believe in giving back to the communities in which our customers live and work. That's why we were so proud to join The Home Depot Canada as the company launched its inaugural Foundation Gala dinner in Toronto to [...]

Captain Planet Annual Benefit Gala

By |December 10th, 2012|

Pratt Industries is proud to support the Captain Planet Foundation, an organization devoted to teaching children environmental awareness. As a presenting sponsor at this year's Gala Event, Pratt is happy to announce a successful and educational evening was had by all. And how could it not be a success, with the likes of environmental leaders [...]

New Green City 2012

By |September 19th, 2012|

New York City is not only America’s largest city, it's also planning to become America’s greenest under an ambitious environmental strategy outlined by Mayor Mike Bloomberg in 2007 to reduce greenhouse gas emissions by 30% by 2030. For the past 6 years, GrowNYC – a non-profit whose goal is to improve New York’s quality of [...]

Imaginative Kids Repurpose Corrugated Boxes

By |September 19th, 2012|

Who knew you could build a house, a wardrobe or even a space ship out of corrugated boxes? Well a group of imaginative children on Staten Island, New York, did just that – thanks to a truckload of boxes donated by Pratt Industries. To read more, please visit: "Who Says Boxes Are Confining? Not Staten Island Children." Looking for [...]

Pratt Gives Back: Back to School Donation for Kids in Need

By |August 29th, 2012|

Pratt Industries believes in giving back to the cities and towns across America where our employees live and work…and we urge others to support charitable organizations in their communities as well. Just last week Pratt got to help another very worthy cause involving children. The company was a proud featured sponsor of the annual Back to [...]

Pratt Industries Supports Packaging Education for All Ages

By |July 9th, 2012|

GRAND RAPIDS, MI - MSU Grandparents University is an opportunity for grandparents and grandchildren (ages 8-12) to come together for a three-day educational experience while spending time together on the MSU campus. Participants enjoy the college experience of living in the residence halls, attending classes across campus and sampling the many highlights of MSU. [...]

Pratt’s Ongoing Commitment to Community Outreach

By |June 8th, 2012|

Employees of Pratt Industries have been taking care of the people in the communities in which they live and work long before community outreach became part of the wider corporate concept of the Triple Bottom Line. Whether it’s helping victims of a natural disaster, an organization that promotes athletic programs for women or a group [...]

Pratt Gives Back: Paper Recycling Bins Donated to NYC Public Schools

By |June 7th, 2012|

There’s been a lot of concern in recent days about debris from the Japanese tsunami washing up on West Coast shores…but a far greater ocean-based threat according to marine biologists is the environmental disaster known as the Great Pacific Garbage Patch. This Texas-sized quagmire, most of it discarded plastic, is produced by ocean currents and [...]

Pratt Gives Back to Stop Hunger Now!

By |May 24th, 2012|

Pratt Industries recently became a major partner in the fight against hunger in Belize by providing transportation and logistics for a load of 44,000lbs of food and hygiene supplies earmarked for children in the Central American country. The shipment contained over 285,000 meals that were packed locally in Atlanta and are to be [...]