Thomas Cares

To become a Good Corporate Citizen through Give Back Programs and Supporting Charitable Causes and Projects that Make a Difference in Communities with a focus on Benefiting the Underserved.

A Committee Committed to Social Responsibility

Est. 2021

Leading with our Company Values and Building a Committee that is going to make a difference in our Communities!

Thomas Scientific’s Values

Commitment – Bring our belief in our Customers, Suppliers, Associates, and Ourselves to life!

Leadership – We are empowered to lead from where we are.

Execution – The discipline of getting things done, again and again, and again.

Teamwork – We bring positive energy and enjoyment to our work.

Fun – We bring positive energy and enjoyment to our work.

Integrity – Speaking with candor, building and sustaining trust.

400,000 KN-95 masks to Africa-based Laboratories

To support scientific communities throughout the global pandemic, Thomas Scientific donated 400,000 KN-95 masks to three incredible laboratories in Africa. As we reflect on the past year and the continuing challenges that lie ahead, it is important that we think about the ways we can use our resources to help those around us. We are grateful to have the opportunity and the resources to contribute to those in need. Thank you to all of those who helped make this happen, especially Seeding Labs for connecting us with these laboratories!

Water at Work Ministry, Inc. (Or “Water@Work”)

Water at Work Ministry provides access to clean, safe water and the Living Water of Jesus to people in the Dominican Republic. They do this by building commercial-scale water purification plants in cooperation with local churches. The church operates the water business to serve the physical needs of the people. They use the profits from the water business to increase their ministry outreach in the community. This outreach includes food distribution, evangelism, children’s activities, and community-wide hygiene education programs.  

Our goal is sustainable community development through clean water distribution, capacity creation through business education, creation of employment (up to eight jobs per plant), and empowerment of the local church.

Water at Work Ministry was incorporated in Georgia in 2012 and has a 501(c)3 non-profit status. In addition, Water at Work Ministry established a Dominican non-profit organization, Fundación Water Work, in 2014 to carry out the in-country activities.

We're very pleased to announce that a total of $7,304 was raised for Water@Work during the month of March 2022! Proceeds are being used to fund their most recent water plant in the Dominican Republic, Agua Brisas, which just opened this April.


Do you have an organization or charitable causes you would like to tell us about?

• We will review and select causes/charitable projects throughout the year in which to support, therefore, your feedback is important to us!  We want to hear what is important to you!

• Contact if you would like to get involved in a project (by donating your time or materials)