Fuyao Launches Hardship Fund through The Dayton Foundation to Assist Employees In Times of Need
The Dayton Foundation is pleased to announce that Fuyao Glass America, Inc., (FGA) has established the Fuyao Glass America Hardship Fund, the first employee hardship relief fund created through The Dayton Foundation. The fund will provide financial assistance grants directly to FGA employees during times of hardship or disaster.
Established by a contribution from Fuyao, the fund will provide a structured way for FGA to help employees to get back on their feet after experiencing financial difficulties due to situations such as the loss or destruction of a personal residence, medical expenses caused by severe illness or accident or death of an employee’s immediate family member.
“The Dayton Foundation is proud to help Fuyao Glass America, Inc., provide this benefit to their employees,” said Michael M. Parks, president of The Dayton Foundation. “As we all know, emergencies and hardship can strike suddenly. The Fuyao Glass America Hardship Fund will help one of the region’s largest employers to offer charitable support to its employees and their families when it is needed most.”
Eligible employees can submit an application for a one-time grant ranging from $500 to $3,000. Grants will be awarded on an as needed basis and approved by an independent selection committee appointed by The Dayton Foundation.
“In the past year, in collaboration with other nonprofit organizations in the community, including Red Cross, United Way, The Foodbank, House of Bread and Ronald McDonald House of Charities, we reached out to help our communities,” said Sunny Sun, Chairwoman of Fuyao International. “In appreciation of the tremendous efforts and contributions by our employees, we, in cooperation with The Dayton Foundation, established the Fuyao Glass America Hardship Fund. We hope the Hardship Fund will provide the much-needed support to our employees when they face unexpected setbacks.”
The fund was announced to FGA employees on Friday, December 15, at a FGA Christmas party. Individuals seeking more information can contact Lei Shi at firstname.lastname@example.org.
About Fuyao Glass America, Inc.
Fuyao Glass America Inc. (“FGA”) is a U.S. subsidiary of Fuyao Glass Industry Group Co. Ltd. (“Fuyao Group”). Fuyao Group is a leading international manufacturer of automotive and industrial glass located in the People’s Republic of China. The company is listed on the Shanghai Stock Exchange and Shanghai Stock Exchange. Fuyao Group has modern production bases in 16 provinces and cities in China and nine other countries, including the United States, Russia, Germany, Japan, and South Korea; as well as four R&D centers in China, the United States and Germany, with more than 26,000 employees worldwide.
Founded in March 2014, FGA engages in the design, manufacture, and assembly of auto glass products and systems for automotive manufacturers in North America. It provides production, warehousing, assembly, repackaging, inspection, program management, engineering design and sales support services of automotive glass to North American automotive original equipment manufacturers, including General Motors, Chrysler and BMW. FGA has about 2,000 employees in the U.S.
About The Dayton Foundation
The Dayton Foundation is the regional community foundation for Greater Dayton. Since its establishment in 1921, the Foundation has helped people to help others, managing more than 3,500 charitable funds that have provided over $867 million in grants to nonprofits locally and nationwide. Ranked among the top 5 percent of all community foundations in the nation for total assets, The Dayton Foundation is second among them in the number of charitable funds and third in the number of grants awarded. More information about The Dayton Foundation is available at www.daytonfoundation.org or follow the Foundation on Facebook, Twitter or LinkedIn.^ top of page
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