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AIS in the Community

AIS Is More Than Furniture.

Philanthropy is in our DNA and we regularly give back to the communities AIS serves. At the AIS headquarters and across the nation, dedicated staff involvement with community organizations make a difference every day in enhancing the lives of others and, ultimately, making the world a better place. 

(Leominster, MA) – May 14, 2020 – AIS today announced the launch of its Sew the Masks program to create and donate up to 1,000,000 high quality, reusable face masks to first responders and others at high risk of infection during the COVID-19 pandemic. The Sew the Masks…

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Leominster, MA – April 7, 2020 – AIS, a leading manufacturer of commercial office furniture and seating, remains open as a designated Essential Employer during the COVID-19 Crisis.  The company’s decision is in direct response to urgent requests received through its sales…

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Leominster, MA – Feb. 21, 2020 – AIS, a leading manufacturer of commercial office furniture and seating based in Massachusetts, celebrated National Mentor Month with a special event at the company’s corporate headquarters that honored mentors in the United Way of North Central…

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Leominster, MA – Jan. 17, 2020 – AIS, a leading manufacturer of commercial office furniture and seating based in Massachusetts, participated in the United Way Combat Hunger initiative in December, with more than 100 AIS team members packing more than 20,000 meals for North Central…

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Leominster, MA – Sept. 11, 2019 – AIS, a leading manufacturer of commercial office furniture and seating, recently received the Boston Business Journal’s 2019 Corporate Citizenship Award. The award is given to the top charitable contributors in Massachusetts. AIS was one of…

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Leominster, MA – May 2, 2019 – AIS, a leading manufacturer of commercial office furniture and seating, has donated nearly $700,000 worth of installed office furniture for the new Make-A-Wish Massachusetts and Rhode Island headquarters in Boston. “As a supporter of Make-A-Wish…

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