Textile Industry Overcomes Adversity to Support Students

Textile Industry Overcomes Adversity to Support Students

RTP, NC, November 11, 2021 – In spite of the economic challenges brought on by the current pandemic, the textile industry continues to invest in its future by supporting students through the AATCC Foundation. In 2021, AATCC Foundation provided scholarships, fellowships, and grants to more than 50 students in various textile-related fields. Thank you to everyone who contributed!

Those who donated US$1,000 or more during the 2019-2021 100 for 100 campaign are listed below. A more complete list of donors is posted at The 100 for 100 campaign aims to fully endow $100,000 in scholarships in honor of AATCC’s 100th anniversary in 2021.

There is still time to be part of the 100 for 100 campaign and to make your tax-deductible gift for 2021. Visit or contact Diana Wyman (; +1.919.549.3532).

AATCC Foundation 100 for 100 Scholarship Campaign


Leaders ($10,000+)

Charles E Gavin

G & M Osborne Foundation

Piedmont Section

Charles H Stone (Will)

Spoonflower Inc


Patrons ($5,000+)

Robert C Cutler

Jack & Marsha Daniels

Delaware Valley Section

Christina Cole (Woodruff Scholarship)

Peter & Helen Hauser

Warren & Kathy Perkins


Benefactors ($2,500+)

Martin J Bide

Joe D Cunning

Brian & Julie Francois

Perry & Pat Grady

Peter & Helen Hauser

Sandra L Johnson

Nonwovens Institute

Pulcra Chemicals LLC


Friends ($1,000+)

John A Darsey

Kanti Jasani

Roberta Tremain

Michael Tyndall

Diana Wyman


About AATCC Foundation: The AATCC Foundation Inc was founded in May 1997 to further the charitable mission of AATCC. The foundation is organized and operated exclusively for charitable purposes and is classified by the US Internal Revenue Service as a 501(c)(3) organization.

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Company: AATCC