Employees embrace spring opportunity to assist Freedom House guests
Employees and leadership members at Badger Sheet Metal Works delivered hundreds of need list items collected through a workplace giving tree program to Freedom House, a non-profit that serves a diverse population of homeless families in Green Bay, Wisconsin.
Freedom House equips families with the skills and resources needed to become self-sufficient. The organization offers emergency shelter, food, basic hygiene items and comprehensive programming to get back out on their own. It relies on fundraising efforts and donations from the community to meet operational expenses and provide a hand up for guests.
Badger Sheet Metal Works employees could pick stickers from a paper giving tree display and purchase the corresponding item. Gifts included food, baby items, cleaning supplies, personal hygiene and miscellaneous kitchen items.
“Our workforce continually demonstrates a level of generosity that illustrates the caring culture that exists at Badger Sheet Metal Works,” commented Greg Decaster, chief executive officer. “We decided on a spring delivery schedule to help bridge the donation gap that Freedom House experiences after the holiday season.”
About Badger Sheet Metal Works
Badger Sheet Metal Works is a custom and OEM metal fabrication partner for a wide range of industries including food and dairy, mining, petroleum, material handling, medical and pharmaceutical. The company employs approximately 100 people in a custom-designed plant in Green Bay, Wisconsin. The facility includes a 70-by-320-foot main assembly bay with four crane rails featuring a total lifting capacity of 30 tons and a 22-foot under-hook height.
For more information about Badger Sheet Metal Works’ capabilities, call Kenny Coe, director of sales, at (920) 435-8881, or visit https://www.bsmw.com/.