Sensata has a long and proud history of supporting the communities in which we operate. For nearly all of our 100-year history, we have been involved with outreach programs that nurture and support education, economic development, civic involvement, and diversity. In 2017, the Company founded the Sensata Foundation to more closely support qualifying charitable entities that support the Company’s core initiatives.
Sensata will annually provide local community grants to qualifying 501(c)3 charitable entities that support the Company’s core initiatives including promoting Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) education and supporting our communities. All organizations that receive philanthropic support must employ a non-discrimination policy and provide information detailing their impact on the community and financial responsibility.
In 2018, we completed our first grant application cycle for 2019 funding.
Our 2019 Grant Recipients are:
- New Hope, Attleboro, MA
- Attleboro Area Industrial Museum, Attleboro, MA
- Attleboro Art Museum, Attleboro, MA
- Attleboro YMCA, Attleboro, MA
- Boys & Girls Club Taunton, Taunton, MA
- Boys & Girls Clubs of Greater Oxnard & Port Hueneme, Oxnard, CA
- Girls, Inc., Taunton, MA
- Iron Tigers Robotics, North Easton, MA
- Kennedy - Donovan Center, Foxboro, MA
- Meeting Street, Providence, RI
- Old Colony YMCA, Brockton, MA
- Our Sisters School, New Bedford, MA
- PRIDE, Inc., Taunton, MA
- RI Community Food Bank, Providence, RI
- Robbins Children’s Programs, Attleboro, MA
- STEMbassadors, Ventura, CA
- The Arc of Bristol County, Attleboro, MA
- The Literacy Center, Attleboro, MA
- Food 'N Friends Program Attleboro Area Council of Churches, Attleboro, MA
- Society of Automotive Engineers, University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, MN
The Grant Application cycle is now closed. Applications for 2021 funding will be available in early 2020.