Community Since 1955, Worthington Industries has operated with the Golden Rule as our guiding philosophy. Worthington actively supports worthwhile community causes in the areas we live and work. Our Philosophy encourages employees to be involved in their communities. Worthington has operated a daily Meals on Wheels route for over a decade. Over the lunch hour, employees volunteer and deliver meals to the elderly and homebound, saving LifeCare Alliance over $12,000 a year. For the last five years, Worthington has been sponsoring 5Ks associatedwith charities selected by our facilities, promoting both wellness and community outreach. Employees at Worthington locations around the globe also choose to support a variety of nonprofits through volunteerism and monetary donations each year. Some examples include annual United Way campaigns, holiday giving to the Salvation Army, Toys for Tots, local foodbanks and support for Special Olympics, Habitat for Humanity and numerous other organizations. Many facilities even dedicate full days to service, like our Steel Processing location in Monroe, Ohio, which shut down production so that employees could volunteer four hours each at six local charities, supporting veterans, schools, neighborhoods, parks and more. For more information on how we keep our community involvement, please visit our 2020 Corporate Citizenship and Sustainability Report.