The Hexcel Foundation says that it has made grants to three charitable organizations working to improve education, fight cancer, and relieve hunger and homelessness.

The carbon fiber company gave to the Smithsonian National Air and Space Museum for its STEM in 30 program; The Cancer Research Institute; and the Convoy of Hope for its Children’s Feeding Initiative.

‘At Hexcel, we recognize and embrace our responsibility not only to give back to the communities where we live and work but also to be part of a global community striving to create a better world for us all,’ said Hexcel Chairman, CEO and President Nick Stanage.

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