FTI Provides Contributions to Support Mental Health, Diversity and Environmental Organizations

Menasha, Wis. – Faith Technologies Incorporated (FTI), a national leader in engineering, construction, manufacturing and clean energy, completed its annual holiday giving campaign, totaling $11,000 in donations to three charitable organizations.

Charitable partners for this year’s holiday campaign were chosen based on alignment with FTI’s Culture of Care initiative of a positive and stigma-free workplace, as well as organizations committed to diversity, equity and inclusion (DEI) and environmental, social and governance (ESG) causes. Over the course of the two-week campaign, FTI team members, customers and social media followers learned about the charities and were encouraged to vote for the organization they wanted FTI to make a $10,000 donation to.

Deb Hypke, administrator at Construction Industry Alliance for Suicide Prevention, accepts the $10,000 donation from Faith Technologies Incorporated.

The organization receiving the most votes and garnering the top donation was Construction Industry Alliance for Suicide Prevention, which is dedicated to addressing the heightened risk of suicide in the construction industry by educating and equipping organizations, industry service providers and construction professionals to address suicide as a health and safety priority. The remaining charities, Diversity Awareness Project and National Environmental Education Foundation, each received $500 donations.

“Our annual holiday giving campaign is a way for us to not only give back to others but also to bring attention to the important work being done by the charities we partner with,” said Mike Jansen, CEO and Chairman of the Board. “These charitable organizations reflect FTI’s commitment to diversity, environmental and mental health concerns, and we’re honored to support them,” he stated.

For more information on FTI and the services it provides, visit www.faithtechinc.com.