BASF and Roy 12-2017

(l-r) Frank Di Tillo, Ex. Director United Way of the Mark Twain Area, Joella Dryden and Stacy Florea BASF United Way Team Members and Roy Hark 2017 United Way Campaign chairman.

Stacy Florea presents a corporate donation check to Roy Hark. This generous corporate support from BASF is timely as the United Way continues to work towards its 2017 campaign goal. “Continued support from donors like BASF Corporation and the employees at BASF will help the United Way of the Mark Twain Area fund its allocation commitments and touch the lives of 1 in 3 people in our community,” declared Roy Hark.

“Making Our Communities Better” is BASF’s commitment to a sustainable future creating chemistry in the communities where they are located. The kind of chemistry that brings people together to work toward a healthy and successful future. The BASF community relations programs foster mutually beneficial relationships with stakeholders based on trust and respect. Through the corporate charitable contributions and community relations efforts BASF supports activities in three key areas: Science Education for the Environment, Health Safety and Community Based Initiatives, initiatives that are important to the quality of life in their communities. BASF employees, through their generous spirit and willingness to be involved, are a natural extension for these community relations.

Frank Di Tillo shared, “BASF has supported the United Way through their fundraising activities and through volunteer support demonstrated by people like Joella and Stacy. BASF has also served on the United Way Board, participated on the Allocation Committee and as Past Campaign Chairs. On behalf of the United Way of the Mark Twain area and our partner agencies, THANK YOU!”