About TCC's Love Chemistry Campaign
Beginning in 2016, The Chemical Company (TCC) team has set out on a mission to bring back a love of chemistry to our business relationships and to our communities. This became known as the Love Chemistry campaign. To promote our love of chemistry throughout the upcoming years, TCC will be:
- Hosting Events
- & more!
Our Latest Initiatives
Play Fore Playmakers Charity Golf Tournament
The Chemical Company sponsors the annual Play Fore Playmakers charity golf tournament, benefitting the Life is Good Kid’s Foundation. Each year, members of the TCC staff play in the tournament, which supports a great charity benefitting children across the globe.
Each year The American Coatings Show (ACS) hosts a 5K run geared toward raising funds to sponsor college and high school students attending the bi-annual ACS trade show. Early Wednesday morning during the show, four members of our team hit the pavement running to participate in this great event!
"Kids Be The Chemists Day"
“Kids Be The Chemists Day” is an annual event designed to present new opportunities that are available for younger generations that have an interest in finance, trade, and chemistry. It is part of a larger initiative spearheaded by TCC, a campaign known as “Love Chemistry” with an overall mission to volunteer in communities and participate in activities to promote the love of chemistry to future generations.
Love Chemistry Endowment
As of March 1st, 2016 TCC successfully launched Spreading The Love Of Chemistry endowment to benefit students attending the Community College of Rhode Island (CCRI) and studying chemistry. This endowment will continue to provide a long-term source of support for students studying chemistry at CCRI and for students awarded this scholarship that continues to study chemistry at four-year institutions.
The Chemical Company has used major magazine placements as an opportunity to promote the Love Chemistry campaign. These full page placements enable subtle messaging of the efforts the TCC team is taking to interact and improve the local community and their understanding of the chemical industry.