BASF employees recently dropped off school supplies to Wyandotte Public Schools.

BASF employees help Wyandotte, Ecorse students with school supply drive

Sara Cambensy

BASF team members from the African American Employee Group recently collected school supplies to donate to Wyandotte and Ecorse school children in need.

BASF employees donated items including pencils, pens, protractors, rulers, calculators, paper and binders, notebooks and folders, scissors, backpacks, and lunch bags during the Tools for Schools drive.

“So many students benefit from BASF’s generous donation of school supplies,” said Catherine Cost, superintendent of Wyandotte Public Schools. “It enables our students to have the greatly needed tools to begin a successful school year.”

Camisha Mills (left), Erica Lewis and Wai Bamugo of the BASF African American Employee Group are pictured with Wyandotte Public Schools Executive Administrative Assistant Christine Hensley. The trio recently dropped off school supplies to be used by the school district’s children in need.


Pictured with school supplies dropped off by the BASF African American Employee Group to Ecorse Public Schools are Ecorse High School Spanish teacher Caitlyn Fleming (left), Camisha Mills, Board of Education President Shonda Miller-Giles, Ecorse High School Director of Alternative Education Kenneth McPhaul Jr., Erica Lewis, Wai Bamugo and Supt. Josha Talison.