SCHOFIELD — Greenheck announced this week a donation of $15,000 to Good News Project, a local nonprofit focused on fulfilling needs in the community and around the world through meaningful service opportunities.
“This generous gift from Greenheck Group just got us closer to our $500K capital campaign goal,” said Christine Daniels, executive director of Good News Project, in a news release. “Our goals include renovation efforts to our facility, which will increase safety, access, and efficiency for our HELP Closet and E-Cycle Customers, and our volunteers.”
Greenheck Group, which employees people worldwide, is committed to investing not only into employees, but into each of their communities as well.
“Our dedicated teams from across the country continue to raise the bar,” said Kathy Drengler, vice president, HR, Greenheck Group. “The Company is strong because we are comprised of people who live our values. We are deeply honored and grateful that we are able to give back to our community in this way. We are excited to see Good News Project continue their great work.”
Visit www.goodnewswi.com to learn more about Good News Project.
Photo courtesy Greenheck. Christine Daniels, executive director of Good News Project, received a $15,000 donation from Rich Totzke, senior vice president, Greenheck Group; Beth Brinkmann, HR manager, Greenheck Group; and Kathy Drengler, vice president, HR, Greenheck Group.