WaterFurnace International
Carl Huber WaterFurnace vice president of corporate quality presented the check during an Nov 14 news conference at the companyrsquos corporate headquarters in Fort Wayne Ind Pictured left to right Chief Master Sergeant Christine Hutchins 122nd ANG Charles Ridings Executive Director USO of Indiana Carl Huber WaterFurnace Colonel Patrick Renwick Wing Commander 122nd ANG

WaterFurnace Presents Record Sum to USO of Indiana

Nov. 23, 2016
WaterFurnace raised the proceeds during its 28th Annual Supplier Golf Outing.

WaterFurnace continued its tradition of giving to The United Service Organization (USO) of Indiana recently, by making a donation of $38,000 from WaterFurnace International, Inc., the leading manufacturer of geothermal and water source heat pumps.

This amount, raised by WaterFurnace and its suppliers, represents the largest single contribution to the nonprofit military support organization. Carl Huber, WaterFurnace vice president of corporate quality, presented the check during a Nov. 14 news conference at the company’s corporate headquarters in Fort Wayne, Ind., where he was joined by members of the 122nd Air National Guard, WaterFurnace employees and dignitaries from the USO.

“Once again, we’ve been fortunate to be able to present a check to the USO,” said Huber. “We're proud to have such a close partnership with the USO of Indiana as well as the 122nd Fighter Wing. We thank our valued suppliers for joining us in our fundraising efforts.”

WaterFurnace raised the proceeds during its 28th Annual Supplier Golf Outing, held Sept. 7-8 at Brookwood Golf Club, Fort Wayne. In addition to fundraising activities on the course, the outing also included a silent auction for a variety of items donated by local businesses.

According to the USO, most of WaterFurnace’s donation will help provide programs and resources to military personnel throughout the state of Indiana. WaterFurnace has raised nearly $225,000 for the USO of Indiana since 2008.

The USO is a non-profit, charitable organization that relies on donations from private citizens and corporations to lift the spirits of America’s troops and their families around the world. It currently has 160 locations in 14 countries and 27 states that provide men and women with the comforts of home. The organization also provides critical support to those in need, including forward-deployed troops and their families, wounded warriors and their families, and the families of the fallen.