Dow in Marlborough

Dow’s Marlborough facility supports Dow’s Electronic Materials business, a leading global supplier of enabling materials found in applications such as consumer electronics, flat-panel displays and telecommunications.

Marlborough serves the electronic materials industry through microelectronic, circuit board and packaging and finishing technologies. The 110 acre campus operates 24 hours a day, seven days a week and is the workplace of approximately 600 of our employees.

In addition to the manufacturing facility, Marlborough maintains state-of-the-art research facilities, applications labs, clean rooms, an Advanced Technology Center (ATC), raw material and finished product warehousing, a small scale manufacturing pilot line, and an ultra-high purity (UHP) manufacturing facility.

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Community Success

DowGives – Northeast

Dow’s commitment to improving the quality of life in the communities we serve both globally, as well as locally in the Northeast, is one that spans more than 100 years. In an effort to deepen and strengthen our relationships and impact, we are moving forward with a new set of grant guidelines.

Embracing Dow’s 2025 Sustainability Goals, the Company’s community investments are going narrower and deeper, focusing on two commitment areas – Building the Workforce of Tomorrow and Innovating for Global Solutions.

As a Company, we have set ambitious goals to develop breakthrough product innovations, positively impact the lives of 1 billion people, and applying a business decision process that values nature. We intend to reach our goals not only through financial investments, but employee volunteerism and courageous collaborations focused on long-term impact.

Communities we Support

Organizations who are based in, and serve communities in the Northeast, including

Connecticut

  • Allyn’s Point

Delaware

  • Newark

Massachusetts

  • Marlborough
  • North Andover

New Jersey

  • Pennsauken

Commitment and Priority Access

Dow looks to support programs based on the following areas:

  • Building the Workforce of Tomorrow
    • Educator Empowerment - Build STEM teaching skills, create leadership and career development programs, and involve students in hands-on activities
    • Classroom to Career – Ignite interest and enhance preparedness for students in STEM fields through events, projects and competitions that lead to STEM career decisions; develop skilled trades programs and promote a variety of workforce opportunities
  • Innovating for Global (Local Solutions)
    • Increase Food Productivity & Prevent Waste - Increase agricultural yields and productivity, and provide value chain solutions to preserve food and prevent waste
    • Water Access & Reuse - Provide safe, clean drinking water to populations who currently lack access; preserve, clean-up and reuse precious water resources through innovative solutions
    • Energy Efficiency & Affordable Housing - Increase the energy efficiency of new and existing buildings to reduce energy consumption; and ensure access to safe, affordable shelter for those in need
    • Community Well-being - Enable economic development, sustainability, and education leading to socially healthy and resilient communities, while also encouraging self-sufficiency

Who We Support

  • Applicants must be a charitable or non-profit organization with a 501(c)3 designation or eligible government or school with required tax documentation. Note – faith-based organizations may qualify, provided their proposed project is for the benefit of the community as a whole rather than just the members of the congregation
  • The organization must reside in the Delaware Valley and grants must benefit the region
  • Examples of charitable organizations and/or activities that would not qualify for funding include:
    • Proposals submitted by for-profit businesses, religious organizations for the sole benefit of the organization, individual sports teams, political organizations or candidates, labor unions, homeowners' associations, or individual
    • Operating expenses, personal computers, travel expenses, conferences, advertising, fundraising events, giveaways or prizes, individual scholarships, dues and memberships, or lobbying expenses
  • Opportunities for support of Habitat for Humanity affiliates, FIRST Robotics Teams, and Great American Cleanup efforts are managed outside of this process. For additional information, click here.

Process & Timing

In 2018, there are two grant application cycles in the Northeast for which organizations may apply for programming support.

  • Spring cycle: February 1 through March 15, 2018
  • Fall cycle: August 1 through September 30, 2018

To apply for a grant, complete the online application. For additional questions, contact Public Affairs.

Thank you for your interest in Dow.

How to Apply

Step 1: Review all of the eligibility criteria to determine if your organization meets the basic requirements:

Step 2: Ensure your request aligns to at least one of Dow’s global citizenship commitment and priority areas

Step 3: If you meet the eligibility requirements AND align to at least one global citizenship commitment and priority areas, you may begin the process to apply for either a grant or sponsorship by clicking here.

Safety

Dow is committed to making our worldwide operations and products free from significant risks to the health and safety of our employees, customers, contractors, the general public, and to the environment. 

Health, Safety, and Environment Policy

The Marlborough Facility adheres to a strict Health, Safety and Environment Policy. This policy is the foundation upon which the company operates its facilities throughout the world.  Each employee is expected to perform every task with this policy as a guide. Our employees are evaluated on their performance relative to the EHS and are expected to take a leadership role. Throughout our company's history, we have taken our responsibility to the environment seriously. We always will.

Emergency Response Team

We safeguard the safety and health of our workers, our neighbors and our community through extensive emergency preparedness planning and an outstanding Emergency Response Team (ERT). 

While we can’t predict when and where an emergency will occur, we can limit injury and loss by knowing how to quickly respond to foreseeable emergency

Responsible Care

The term "Responsible Care®" refers to the American Chemistry Council's (ACC) program to ensure that chemical products are manufactured and used safely. Participation in the Responsible Care Program has long been a condition of membership to the American Chemistry Council, the trade association for chemical manufacturers.

Fundamentally, Responsible Care is both an affirmation of ACC member firms' commitment to protect both individuals and the environment from any dangers associated with their operations and a promise to improve their efforts in this area. Formally committing Responsible Care® communicates our company’s efforts in these areas to the public. As a member of ACC, the Marlborough facility recognizes that we operate at the consent of the public.

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