John F. Malloy, chairman, president and CEO of Victaulic Co. in Forks Township, has been named, along with his wife Jane, as chair of the United Way of the Greater Lehigh Valley’s 2019 Campaign.
A number of workplace campaigns kick off in the month of September, but the Malloys are active with the organization year-round.
“They are truly inspiring philanthropists who support a variety of local organizations with a particular emphasis on youth and education. As chairman, president and CEO, John leads by example, making Victaulic a model for workplace campaigns,” said David Lewis, president of UWGLV.
Through annual campaigns held at workplaces in the region, United Way raises money to invest in programs that directly impact the lives of 75,000 people each year in the community with the goal to improve health, education and safety.
United Way’s annual campaign runs through March 31, 2020.
Victaulic is a manufacturing company that provides pipe joining and flow control solutions to the construction industry. Victaulic has approximately 1,100 employees in five locations in the Lehigh Valley.
Malloy joined Victaulic in 2002.
John and Jane Malloy are members of United Way’s Tocqueville Society and are volunteers of Valley Youth House John Malloy actively participates on the boards of several companies and not-for-profit organizations, including Hubbell Inc., Holingsworth & Vose, Lehigh Valley Health Network and DeSales University.