Warn Industries Donates More Than $11,000 To Local Charity

December 2016 Feature Trevor Mason

The employees of Warn Industries, makers of fantastic winches, winch accessories, bumpers, and more, donated a grand total of $11,086 to the Clackamas Service Center last month on November 16th. The Clackamas Service Center is a local non-profit organization that provides food and other resources to the help people become self sufficient in Clackamas County, OR

The donation was in part supported by Dover Corporation, the philanthropic arm of Warn’s parent company. Their mission is to support non-profits and other projects that strive to benefit their communities. 

“We are pleased to have selected the Clackamas Service Center as this year’s organization to benefit from this program in our community,” said John Stransky, President of Warn Industries, which is headquartered in Clackamas. “The WECIP team has done a fantastic job raising money for the Clackamas Service Center, and Dover Corporation’s generous match let us give back even more to our local community.” 

For more information about Warn Industries visit www.warn.com.

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