CUTCO supports the following charitable organizations
CUTCO and the
Dresser-Rand Challenger Learning Center
The CUTCO Foundation is an active supporter of the Dresser-Rand Challenger Learning Center in Allegany, N.Y. The center is one of nearly 50 Challenger Learning Centers across the country whose mission is to get kids excited about math, science and technology. The center places students in fun, educational space-themed missions utilizing a simulated space station and mission control room giving kids the feel of being on a NASA mission.
The Salvation Army
CUTCO has supported the local Red Kettle Campaign for more than 20 years. Employees volunteer hundreds of hours each year to ringing The Salvation Army bell in its hometown of Olean, N.Y.
CUTCO has also generously donated to The Salvation Army's annual Toys For Children holiday gift-giving campaign.
Since 1994, CUTCO employees have combined efforts to rebuild and repair homes of those in need in the Olean, N.Y., area as part of the National Rebuilding Together program.
Annual Local Holiday Canned Food Drive
CUTCO Cutlery collects canned goods and other non-perishables for local food pantries each holiday season.
The CUTCO Foundation
The CUTCO Foundation was established in 1996. Its mission focuses on education, community quality of life and support of key community organizations. Among the organizations that have benefited include
- St. Bonaventure University
- Friends of Good Music
- Comstock Hospice Care Network
- Olean General Hospital
- Jamestown Community College
- Alfred University
- Allegheny River Trail
CUTCO also supports the following organizations
March of Dimes, Meals on Wheels, YMCA, United Way, Olean General Hospital, American Cancer Society, American Heart Association
Children's Wish Foundation of Canada
Vector Canada has raised thousands of dollars to grant wishes to terminally ill children. Two senior-level management classes at Haskayne School of Business at the University of Calgary also contributed to the cause, based on the sale of CUTCO products as part of an experiential learning program.