Source: Crazy Aaron’s

Crazy Aaron‘s continues to give back to its local community.

The creator of Thinking Putty has donated 6,156 bottles of hand sanitizer to the Norristown Area School District, which were all manufactured in Norristown, Pennsylvania in the company’s manufacturing facility.

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“We all need to continue to do our part in helping our communities overcome the pandemic,” says Crazy Aaron’s President and Founder Aaron Muderick. “Clean hands can help limit the spread, and that’s why we felt the need to supply our local school system with much-needed hand sanitizer.”

Crazy Aaron’s has already donated more than 37,000 bottles of hand sanitizer to schools, facilities, and non-profit organizations this year, including the Bridgeport Elementary School; Camden, NJ School District; Cradles to Crayons; Drexel University Academy of Natural Sciences; Drexel University Students; The Franklin Institute; Greater Plymouth Community Center; Laurel House; Montgomery Victim Services; Montgomery County Human Services; and the Norristown Area School District. The company also donated 100 gallons of hand sanitizer to local first responders during the onset of the pandemic last year.