Wednesday, January 16, 2013

Stahlin Non-Metallic Enclosures presents a check for close to $7,000 to retired Marine Master Sergeant William "Spanky" Gibson for America's Fund.


Stahlin Non-Metallic Enclosures presents a check for close to $7,000 to retired Marine Master Sergeant William "Spanky" Gibson for America's Fund.

Stahlin Non-Metallic Enclosures believes in giving back. In addition to many of the other organizations they contribute to on a yearly basis, they created a special promotion to help support the military men and women upon whom all of us have leaned on for their protection and sacrifices.

In November of 2012, Stahlin associates were given the opportunity to contribute to this cause with Stahlin matching the associate contribution dollar for dollar. Also, Stahlin representatives and distributors had an opportunity to participate in a special sales promotion to raise additional funds for a donation to America’s Fund. (http://americasfund.org/) During the promotion period Stahlin matched a dollar award earned through sales of their enclosures with a donation in the same amount to America’s Fund.

As a result of the effort from representatives, distributors, vendors and company personnel, Stahlin was able to present a check for close to $7,000 to retired Marine Master Sergeant William "Spanky" Gibson--The first above-the-knee American amputee to return to combat--- who accepted the donation on behalf of America's Fund.


Photo Caption: Jeff Seagle, Stahlin Non-Metallic Enclosure’s President, presents the donation of close to $7,000 to retired Marine Master Sergeant William "Spanky" Gibson for America's Fund.

America's Fund (http://americasfund.org/) was created to direct urgently needed resources and financial support to injured and critically ill members of the U.S. Armed Forces and their families. This program is administered by the Semper Fi Fund, an established 501(c)(3) nonprofit with an A+ rating from the American Institute of Philanthropy and a 4-star (highest possible) rating from Charity Navigator. 

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