DULUTH, GA - SCM Group USA and Mini Max-USA donated 16 pieces of woodworking machinery, valued at more than $76,000, to education programs around the United States.

The donations included shapers, band saws, table saws, jointers, planers and widebelt sanders. The equipment was gifted to 11 WoodLINKS schools, four secondary programs and one summer camp.

“Technical program funding is one of the first budget areas to be cut, consequently not allowing these programs to succeed with the proper tools,” said Thomas Tuck, marketing coordinator for SCM Group-USA. “This is where donations help these programs and their students succeed and prosper.”

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