Mohawk Global Visits Shriners Children’s Boston Hospital

Mohawk Global Visits Shriners Children’s Boston Hospital

Shriners Children's Boston hospital is an exclusive pediatric verified burn center in New England, also specializing in pediatric palate care and reconstruction surgery. Their team of medical experts provide care with innovative treatment and compassion. Mohawk Global is honored to partner with Shriners Children’s Boston through the Mohawk Global Giveback program. In April 2022, team…

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Mohawk Global Launches Giveback Program, Connecting to Communities

Mohawk Global Launches Giveback Program, Connecting to Communities

Mohawk Global cares personally—for each other, their clients, and for their community. As Mohawk Global, a leading supply chain services provider, grew from a one-office operation to an ever-growing workforce across the country, its care for the communities in which it operates has also  strengthened. Throughout the last decade, Mohawk Global has donated over $500,000…

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Moving Forward with Gratitude

Moving Forward with Gratitude

The last two years have been challenging for everyone. Even the supply chain industry has been met with more obstacles than ever before. These difficult times remind us of the importance to take care of one another. That has been and will remain Mohawk Global’s focus, as we enter the new year. With 2022 quickly…

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Mohawk Global Celebrates Women’s History Month

Mohawk Global Celebrates Women’s History Month

Women’s History Month is widely celebrated throughout the U.S. during the month of March, however this was not always the case. Women’s History Month has its roots in the first International Women’s Day, a one-day celebration held in 1911. Over time it steadily grew into a week-long event until1988, when it was officially designated a…

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Mohawk Global Celebrates Black History Month

Mohawk Global Celebrates Black History Month

In 1970, the United States saw its first Black History Month celebration. By February 1976, it had become an official annual observance, decreed by President Gerald Ford. The entire month of February was dedicated to honoring and remembering the achievements of historical Black figures who helped shape America, and the world. As February draws to…

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