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CCAI Chapters Brighten Holidays for Local Charities

The Southern California, Central States and Wisconsin chapters conducted toy drives, and the Twin Cities and Central States chapters made cash donations to local charities. 

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Several chapters of the Chemical Coaters Association International held events in December to benefit charitable organizations. The Southern California, Central States and Wisconsin chapters each conducted toy drives during their events in the month, and the Twin Cities and Central States chapters made cash donations to local charity organizations. Combined, the chapters collected and contributed more than 1,500 toys and $1,300 to Toys for Tots and Kids 2 Kids charities. Each chapter organized a special event to bring association members together to support the organizations in need.

“We are fortunate to have so many thoughtful and generous members throughout our industry, and we’re proud that CCAI can support local charities, especially those for children,” says Anne Goyer, CCAI’s executive director. “It’s heartwarming to hear the stories from our chapters across the country.”

CCAI is a technical and professional organization that provides information and training on surface coating technologies. The association works to raise the standards of finishing operations through educational meetings and seminars; training manuals; educational videos; and outreach programs with schools, colleges and universities. For more information, visit ccaiweb.com.

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