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We collectively mourn the tragic acts of racism and social injustice levied against our black community in the United States and around the world. As human beings and as a society, we cannot be content with the status quo and must address the hard systemic work required to truly eliminate injustices and inequality. As a company, we look to our guiding principles, values and beliefs to help us be a stronger force for positive change in addressing inequality and the advancement of those underserved and discriminated against. The true test is not what we say at this moment, but the real progress we make in the months and years ahead such that this is a truly pivotal moment in history.
We believe in a safe and welcoming environment where hate and discrimination have no place—ever. We believe in nurturing an environment where our associates are accepted, thrive and grow. We believe in fostering creative collaboration between people of different cultures, races, ethnicities, gender, sexual orientation, religions, and subject matter disciplines. We may differ in our individual attributes and beliefs, but we share a passion for the quality work we do and our positive contributions to the communities we serve. We stand together... better lives, better communities... Kohler Strong.
Since 1873, Kohler Co. has been improving the level of gracious living by providing exceptional products and services for our customers’ homes and their lifestyles. We believe better business and a better world go hand-in-hand. Fueled by the passion of more than 36,000 associates worldwide, we strive to enhance the quality of life for current and future generations through design, craftsmanship and innovation.
We are humbled and honored to receive the Radical Industrialism Award as an acknowledgement of our commitment to sustainability and our goal of net zero by 2035.
With the support of charitable organizations, KOHLER® Clarity™ water filters made it to families, schools and medical facilities across Puerto Rico after the island was devastated by Hurricane Maria.