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Community Impact

At Monro, Inc., we recognize our neighbors are one of the six pillars that support our business. It’s why we strive to be good neighbors and give back our time, talent and financial resources wherever and whenever we can. Since our founding, more than 60 years ago, giving back has been one of the most important ways that we can help the communities we serve grow and prosper.

United Way

The United Way has always been our primary charitable focus. The Company and employees participate in the annual United Way campaign in Rochester, NY, our corporate headquarters, as well as in many other communities where we do business.

The United Way directly improves lives by mobilizing people and resources to advance the common good, from helping children succeed in school, to assisting parents find jobs, to helping more people access quality, affordable health care.

Jeans Day

Many companies have casual dress Fridays. Employees at Monro, Inc. corporate headquarters use that tradition to raise money for local charities. Employees who chip in during the week may wear jeans to the office on Friday. Through this simple activity, Monro, Inc. raises more than $5,000 annually.

Service Certificates

We often contribute service certificates to be used as raffles, door prizes, auction items, and more.

Our donations have benefitted:

  • Charitable Organizations
  • Schools
  • Scholarship Funds
  • Sports Teams
  • Religious Organizations
  • Volunteer Fire and Ambulance Corps
  • Health Organizations

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Corporate Responsibility

Beyond our support of charitable organizations in the communities and neighborhoods we serve, Monro, Inc. strives to maintain an environmentally and socially conscious corporate culture, as evidenced by our recycling policies at our offices, warehouses, and stores.

In fact, in fiscal 2018, as part of our commitment to protecting the environment, Monro, Inc. recycled 3 million gallons of oil and 3 million tires, as well as approximately 280,000 vehicle batteries and 290 tons of cardboard.