At Alloy Metals and Tubes International, Inc. we value more than simply business as we take pleasure in the success and growth of the people and area around us. Because of this, we actively seek to be involved in our community through volunteerism, charitable efforts, service projects, and community leadership. Supporting individuals and organizations of our neighbors and partners means a lot to AMTI, and we direct our efforts through some specific areas of focus.
AMTI believes in the value of a strong education and is dedicated to helping educate the next generation of industry leaders. We participate in the PVF Roundtable which raises money for the PVF Roundtable Endowment Scholarship Fund. This fund has been providing substantial scholarships to worthy students heading to top universities which provide industry-related programs.
Employees at AMTI also participate in Loving Kids – a ministry partnership between Second Baptist Church and The Community of Faith – where they volunteer at elementary schools in the Acres Homes neighborhood.
Additionally, AMTI enjoys a strong relationship with the Industrial Distribution Program at Texas A&M University, hiring interns out of that program and providing them with valuable job experience to augment their classroom education.
AMTI employees participate directly in several initiatives, often partnering with local churches, around Houston that serve city residents from lower-income areas. Our efforts support home improvement projects, food drives, Christmas celebrations, school facilities repair, etc.
Annually, AMTI employees serve the Angels of Light program at Second Baptist Church. Angels of Light serves over 7,000 needy participants by providing each a meal, a clothing certificate redeemable at Goodwill, a Bible, a sack of groceries, and each child receives a toy for a Christmas present.
Along with these efforts, AMTI employees are active in their local Home Owners Associations, local charities, and local youth sports programs.