Stewardship

We are committed to being good stewards of our communities and the environment; in fact, Stewardship is how we refer to our social impact initiatives at Kohler. As stewards, we're passionate about helping the world solve its water and sanitation needs; about enhancing the quality of life for current and future generations. We believe a better world is possible.

Bringing safe water to all.

Developed from an Innovation for Good workshop, the KOHLER Clarity water filter provides people around the world with a sustainable method of accessing clean drinking water.

Bringing beauty to life.

Art & design

Watch art come to life in our factories.

More than 500 artists have passed through and been inspired by our Wisconsin factories since the Arts/Industry program began in 1974. Watch former artists-in-residence share their experiences.

Expressions of multiculturalism.

Through our longstanding Arts/Industry residency, artists transform our materials into unexpected, thought-provoking art pieces that are winding their way through a regional exhibition tour.

Sustainability & Stewardship Report

We think it’s important to understand what companies are doing to reduce environmental impact and improve their communities. Take a look at our latest Sustainability & Stewardship Report.

We believe in bridging the gap between arts and industry.

For more than 40 years, Kohler Co. and the John Michael Kohler Arts Center’s Arts/Industry program have invited artists from around the world into the Kohler Pottery, Iron and Brass Foundries, and Enamel Shop to collaborate with factory associates and inspire one another.

Imagine going without to gain a new outlook.

To create solutions that matter, our associates spent a day learning what it’s like to live life around finding water.

Kohler Relief Showering Trailer Ready for Deployment

Kohler Relief Showering Trailer ready for deployment.

Another Innovation for Good incubator success, the Kohler Relief Showering Trailer will support those who provide relief to communities in the wake of a disaster.

Inspiring the next generation of engineers.

When your passion becomes your work, you want to share the joy. Engineer Megan Kennedy-Pierce hopes to pass the “engineering bug” to her mentees.

Each one of us by ourselves can't change the world; but if we work together we can make a meaningful contribution. — Laura Kohler, Senior Vice President — Human Resources, Stewardship and Sustainability

Explore stewardship, Kohler's social impact initiatives.

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