Fabick Cat celebrated its 100th anniversary by donating $600,000 to six St. Louis-based charities.
In celebration of Fabick Cat’s centennial anniversary, Fabick Cat, along with the Fabick Charitable Trust, surprised six St. Louis-based charitable partners with $100,000 donation checks. Each donation commemorated Fabick’s 100 years of operation.
The organizations that received the donations include The Masters, Boy Scouts Greater St. Louis Area Council, the St. Louis Police Foundation, Wings of Hope and SSM Health Cardinal Glennon Children’s Hospital.
“For 100 years, Fabick Cat has supplied equipment and services that help make progress possible and improve the quality of life in our communities,” said Doug Fabick, CEO of Fabick Cat. “Since 1917, our motto has always been ‘to ever serve our customers better.’ To this day, these words remain the foundation of our success.”
Company President Jeré Fabick said that commitment to service also applies to community support. “As a family-owned business that spans five generations, Fabick Cat has a long history of giving back, and today we are honored to affirm this deep commitment to our community by making this $600,000 contribution to our charitable partners,” he said.
In continuing its centennial celebration, Fabick Cat also partnered with the St. Louis Cardinals to allow fans to take home a replica 1919 jersey, courtesy of Fabick Cat when the St. Louis Cardinals hosted the Arizona Diamondbacks on July 29. As a special thanks to the St. Louis community, Fabick Cat also sponsored Fireworks Night at Busch Stadium immediately following the game.