Xometry Gives Back
Corporate social responsibility is a key component of Xometry’s culture and social mission
Giving Back to the Local Community
At Xometry, we’re proud of our mission to re-energize American manufacturing by making it easy for companies from startups to Fortune 100 companies to access manufacturing on demand from hundreds of manufacturing facilities across the country through our innovative technology platform. Our employees are equally dedicated to giving back to the communities that we call home: Maryland (Washington, D.C. Metro), Kentucky, Georgia, New York, California, Germany, and China.
Impacting the Globe One Part at a Time
Corporate social responsibility is a key component of Xometry’s culture and social mission. Implementing a carbon offset program allows Xometry to expand our reach beyond state lines to make a global impact. Xometry has been offsetting the carbon footprint of shipping parts to our customers since early 2020. In December 2020, Xometry began offering customers a turnkey option to offset up to 100% of the carbon footprint of the entire custom manufacturing process for their orders. This includes the carbon emissions in raw material extraction and processing, the transportation of materials and goods along the supply chain, the energy consumed in fabrication, and the manufacturer's operations.
Learn more about the Xometry Go Green Initiative
Xometry Impact Fund
Over the next five years, we are pledging 1% of our equity to create opportunities for underrepresented students and build a more sustainable future. Xometry is proud to stand behind causes ranging from education to environmental conservation to civic responsibility. We've committed to donating 1% of our equity to local organizations over the course of five years. Our present priority is supporting underrepresented communities in STEM across the United States. We will initially focus on organizations in the DMV (DC, MD, and VA), Lexington, KY, and Los Angeles, CA, where our offices are located. Learn more about our DAF.
Xometry Scholars Program at Howard University
Northeast Wisconsin Technical College (NWTC) and the Greater Green Bay Chamber Scholarships