Community Involvement

Bridgewater Interiors is committed to partnering with charitable organizations and community groups that help advance the mutual agenda of improving the lives of those in need. We accept the responsibility of enhancing local communities as an integral part of our core business. This companywide mindset of good corporate citizenship is evidenced by the more than $100,000 Bridgewater Interiors bestows each year to causes focused on social and educational advancements.

Flint Child Health & Development Fund

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Bridgewater Interiors raised $7,441.09 for the Flint Child Health and Development Fund. The organization was founded to serve the long-term health and development needs of Flint children exposed to lead as a result of the city's water crisis. The funds raised will be matched dollar for dollar by the Charles Stewart Mott Foundation. PHOTO (L to R): Tracy Jones, Debra Tyson, Kathi Horton – President of the Community Foundation, Charletta Howard and Elaine Tingle

Rainbow Omega

BWI Community Relations
Our Alabama team helped pick and pack blueberries for Rainbow Omega, a faith-based, non-profit 501(c)(3) organization in Eastaboga, Alabama that provides residential and vocational programs for adults with developmental disabilities.

Breast Cancer Awareness

Breast Cancer Awareness
Bridgewater Interiors participated in the Making Strides Against Breast Cancer event in October, 2014. We had more than 200 registered walkers, all wearing their “BWI Blue.” In the process, we raised more than $11,000.

United Negro College Fund

UNCF 2014
Bridgewater Interiors and Johnson Controls took part in United Negro College Fund’s 26th Annual 5K Walk For Education. Our orange t-shirts gave us great visibility. In addition to having a great time on a beautiful summer day, our efforts helped raise almost $12,000 for UNCF.

In The Community

Building homes
Leaders at our Lansing facility donated their time recently to assist in building a five bedroom home for a family of 11, including nine children.