8th March 2021

Fifteen NGOs receive a total of USD75,000 from Crane Currency Dalton


As part of its corporate culture, Crane Currency has for a long time kept up a tradition of making a number of donations to charitable organizations who serve in the communities where Crane operates. The global initiative is called the Crane Fund for Widows and Children, where each Crane site and its employees are encouraged to nominate the causes they wish to support, and these are approved by a selected committee within Crane Currency.

Our Dalton site closed off the year 2020 with a donation of USD75,000 from its Crane Fund, shared between fifteen US-based NGOs and charitable organizations.

The following NGOs each received a USD5,000 donation from the Crane Currency Dalton team:


“Throughout the years, we have helped a number of organizations that our associates have been keen on assisting. These organizations play a vital role within our community, ensuring that individuals passing through hardships find the support they deserve. We’re very proud of this company-wide initiative and look forward to assisting more each year.” says Mary Huth, Director of Operations, Crane Currency – U.S. Government Products, Dalton, Massachusetts.

Crane Currency honors the principle of sustainability throughout its operations, and adheres to conducting business in a way that is sustainable and contributes to the communities in which it operates.

More information about The Crane Fund for Widows and Children can be found here.


Donation presented to Community Access to the Arts (CATA).


Donation presented to the Community Recreation Association.