Taking Care of You

Our work extends beyond products and customers. For decades, we've strived to lend a helping hand and support the communities that make our work so important. Here are just a few examples of how Watts and its employees have given back to the community.

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Watts Partners with Planet Water Foundation to Bring Clean Water to Thousands

Throughout 2021, Watts continued its partnership with Planet Water Foundation, sponsoring seven AquaTowers and bringing clean drinking water, sanitation supplies and educational programming to more than 10,800 people across five countries. Learn more: Watts Continues Partnership with Planet Water Foundation


Watts Employees Donate to Hurricane Ida Disaster Relief

Watts donated $32,000, some of which was matched employee contributions, to the Red Cross to provide relief to communities recovering in the wake of Hurricane Ida. The funding was used to help those who lacked clean water, were displaced from their homes or did not have power for an extended period. Learn more: Watts Employees Donate to Hurricane Ida Disaster Relief

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Fort Worth Holds Blood Drive After Texas Deep Freeze

A deep freeze wreaked havoc in the typically mild Fort Worth, TX, USA area, resulting in an urgent need for blood donations. Colleagues at Watts wasted no time mobilizing to help, quickly arranging a donation clinic on site. Learn more: Fort Worth Holds Blood Drive After Texas Deep Freeze

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Watts Donates to Susan G Komen Foundation

During the company’s first annual “Pink for a Day” activity, colleagues across the globe came together in support of breast cancer research, support and advocacy when Watts committed to donating money on behalf of each employee who wore pink. Learn more: Watts Water Technologies Donates $15K to Susan G. Komen

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Watts Honors MLK by Giving Back

To mark the annual day of service observed nationally on Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Day, our Spindale and St. Pauls, North Carolina sites held events to give back to the local community. Learn more:  Watts Honors MLK by Giving Back

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Andover and North Andover Headquarters Donate $10K to Lazarus House

During the holiday season, employees in Massachusetts contributed critical supplies to Lazarus House, a local organization that supports community members facing poverty, food insecurity and homelessness. When volunteers came to pick up the donations, our leadership team also presented them with a monetary donation. Learn more: Andover and North Andover Headquarters Donate $10K to Lazarus House 


Watts Delivers Warmth to Veteran's Tiny Home

In partnership with Project Veteran Tiny Home, Watts donated products for a Nebraska veteran’s house, enabling him to live in a heated home for the first time in years. Learn more: Watts Delivers Warmth to Nebraska Veteran's Tiny Home

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Shanghai Employees Volunteer During COVID-19 Lockdown

Various colleagues in China stepped up to support their city, which was severely impacted by a COVID-19 lockdown. Volunteering included distributing PCR tests and data collection, disposing of non-medical waste and organizing recruitment efforts for a volunteer healthcare worker online clinic, which provided virtual care, self-care guidance and mental health support.

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Fort Worth and Blauvelt Complete Climb for Leukemia and Lymphoma Society

Colleagues from Fort Worth, TX, USA and Blauvelt, NY, USA participated in “The Big Climb,” an event that generates financial support for the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society (LLS), and the 96 participants raised $5,000. Members of the team climbed, walked and wheeled to raise awareness and funds for the research, support and advocacy efforts of the LLS.

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Sorgues Collects Critical Supplies to Support Ukraine

To support those impacted by the conflict in Ukraine, colleagues in Sorgues, France partnered with the local town hall to create care packages. Tirelessly collecting and organizing supplies such as face masks, gloves, sanitary products and food, employees were able to send relief directly to those in need.

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Vernon Plants Trees to Offset Carbon Emissions

More than 20 colleagues from Vernon, BC, Canada volunteered with the Okanagan Similkameen Stewardship group to plant over 400 indigenous species of trees and shrubs in a local park. It is estimated that their work will help offset roughly 23 metric tons of CO2 over the next 20 years.