We Rise By Lifting Others

Making a local impact in our community is vital to the team at Enerquip. We believe in caring for others above ourselves and improving the quality of life in the communities in which we work, play and live.

In addition to our corporate donations and sponsorships, our team volunteers on a variety of boards and other non-profits for the benefit of building a stronger community. Enerquip encourages its employees to “lift others” through giving and servicing, and provides gifts to organizations at 100% of the employee’s contribution, up to $500 per employee per calendar year.

Community Giving Guidelines

If your request meets the following guidelines, we welcome you to submit a community giving request by clicking the button below.

Submit a Community Giving Request

We focus our community giving efforts primarily on the following:

  • Education: Local school projects and educational activities
  • Human Needs: Health and wellness activities
  • Civic & Community: Projects that enhance community life and safety

Enerquip does not support the following types of requests for contributions:

  • For profit businesses
  • Politically focused organizations

Application Guidelines:

  • Applications will be reviewed on a monthly basis. Please submit at least 35 days before funds are due.
  • Organizations may only request a donation once per calendar year.
  • Requests for events that have already occurred or items that have already been purchased will not be approved.

Contributions Made

Enerquip Gives Time & Talent to Rib Lake

Enerquip donates time to Rib Lake Fish & Game

As a service to the community, Enerquip recently donated welding time to Rib Lake Fish and Game Association for the fabrication of a new aeration system for the east shore of Rib Lake. read more

 

Enerquip’s Employee Match Supports First Baptist Church

Enerquip’s Employee Match Supports First Baptist Church

Enerquip has proudly donated $500 to First Baptist Church (FBC) of Medford. The donation will be used specifically for the church’s women’s events team which creates opportunities for women of faith to fellowship together. read more

Enerquip's Employee Match Supports Nicole’s Nook

Enerquip's Employee Match Supports Nicole’s Nook

As part of its employee match program, Enerquip has proudly donated $500 to the Jean M. Thomsen Memorial Library in Stetsonville, WI. The funds helped build Nicole’s Nook, an outdoor reading area in loving memory of Nicole Buechel.

A former teacher at the Stetsonville Elementary School, Nicole passed away in 2021 after a courageous battle with cancer. Nicole had a passion for reading and learning and spent many days at the Jean M. Thomsen Memorial Library in hopes of passing that passion on to her children and students. For several years, Nicole also volunteered as Secretary on the library’s Board of Trustees.

Her family and friends wish to keep her memory alive through Nicole’s Nook, a gazebo at the Jean M. Thomsen Memorial Library. Through summer reading programs and other activities, this space will be available to help teach future generations the value of reading and education.

Enerquip is committed to supporting and encouraging its employees to lift others through giving and service. Therefore, Enerquip provides gifts to organizations at 100% of the employee’s contribution up to $500 per employee per calendar year, including volunteer hours.

This employee match from Enerquip Design Engineer Jesse Jensen includes his own contributions to Nicole’s Nook.

Enerquip Supports New Beginnings Lutheran Church

Enerquip Supports New Beginnings Lutheran Church

As part of its employee match program, Enerquip has proudly donated $500 to the New Beginnings Lutheran Church in Prentice, WI. The donation will be used for ongoing outreach and service expenses related to the dedicated work of the church.

“These funds will go a long way in support of our church and its many ministries,” says Rhonda Cummings, council president for New Beginnings Lutheran Church. “We’re grateful to Enerquip for their generosity.”

Enerquip is committed to supporting and encouraging its employees to lift others through giving and service. Therefore, Enerquip provides gifts to organizations at 100% of the employee’s contribution up to $500 per employee per calendar year, including volunteer hours.

This match from Enerquip Assembler Bobby Burrier includes his own contributions to the church.

Enerquip Donates $500 to SES Inclusive Playground

Enerquip Donates $500 to Ses Inclusive Playground

Enerquip has proudly donated $500 to the future inclusive playground at Stetsonville Elementary School (SES).

Starting this summer, the SES outdoor play area will be getting a revamp. The new space will provide inclusive play areas for students during the school day and recreational areas for families to enjoy year-round.

“We’re eager to get this project started and are so thankful for the community’s support to help bring this space to life,” says SuAnn Schroeder, Principal of SES. “The design of this space will make play and recreation accessible for all students and community members.”

Enerquip’s $500 donation will go towards purchasing an adaptive swing. Essential for children with sensory integration issues, adaptive swings are designed for children and adults to help improve vestibular function, develop spatial perception, and improve trunk control.

Making a local impact in the community is vital to the team at Enerquip. Caring for others and improving quality of life are at the heart of Enerquip’s community giving programs.

“We enjoy making contributions that support the physical and emotional wellbeing of our community,” says Jeannie Deml, Enerquip President & CEO. “We are happy to support our local schools on their journey to create more inclusive spaces for the benefit of students and families.

Photo: Enerquip President & CEO Jeannie Deml (pictured right) presents a $500 donation to Stetsonville Elementary School (SES) Principal SuAnn Schroeder for the upcoming SES Inclusive Playground project.

Enerquip Supports Medford Archery Club

Enerquip Supports Medford Archery Club

As part of its employee match program, Enerquip has proudly donated $500 to the Medford Archery Club. The donation will be used to purchase new targets for the development of current and future archers.

Established over a decade ago, the Medford Archery Club is a local sporting opportunity for area 4th – 12th graders. In its largest season, 115 kids enjoyed this competitive and unique sport. Separated into elementary, middle, and high school levels, the kids compete in many local, regional, state, and national competitions. Shooting a bare bow at 10 and 15 meters, competitors take aim at both bullseye and 3D targets.

Enerquip Sales Engineer Shane Viergutz has been coaching the Medford Archery Club since its inception over 10 years ago. This donation match includes his dedicated volunteer hours.

Enerquip is committed to supporting and encouraging its employees to lift others through giving and service. Therefore, Enerquip provides gifts to organizations at 100% of the employee’s contribution up to $500 per employee per calendar year, including volunteer hours.

Photo: On behalf of Enerquip’s Employee Match program, Enerquip Sales Engineer and Archery Coach Shane Viergutz recently presented a $500 check to fellow Medford Archery Coaches Chrissy Weix and Jason Wickersheim, for the benefit of the club and participating athletes.

Enerquip Supports Spirit Lake Improvement Association

Enerquip Supports Spirit Lake Improvement Association

As part of its employee match program, Enerquip has proudly donated $900 to the Spirit Lake Improvement Association. The donation will be used to improve and maintain the quality of both North Spirit and Spirit Lakes, including water quality, fish population, fish habitat, recreational facilities, improved waterway access and protection of wildlife.

Enerquip is committed to supporting and encouraging its employees to lift others through giving and service. Therefore, Enerquip provides gifts to organizations at 100% of the employee’s contribution up to $500 per employee per calendar year, including volunteer hours.

This match from Production Manager Tim Strebig and Plant Foreman Trent Weik includes their volunteer hours as board members of the Spirit Lake Improvement Association.

Photo: As part of Enerquip’s Employee Match program, Enerquip Production Manager Tim Strebig and Plant Foreman Trent Weik present the Spirit Lake Improvement Association with a $900 donation.

Enerquip Supports Driftsplitters Snowmobile Club

Enerquip Supports Driftsplitters Snowmobile Club

As part of its employee match program, Enerquip has proudly donated $500 to the Driftsplitters Snowmobile Club. The donation was presented at the organization’s October meeting and will be used for ongoing trail development, grooming, and other enhancements in the Kennan and Catawba areas of Price County.

Enerquip is committed to supporting and encouraging its employees to lift others through giving and service. Therefore, Enerquip provides gifts to organizations at 100% of the employee’s contribution up to $500 per employee per calendar year, including volunteer hours.

This match from Enerquip CNC Machinist Charlie Williams includes his volunteer hours as a member of the Driftsplitters Snowmobile Club.

Photo: As part of Enerquip’s Employee Match program, Enerquip CNC Machinist Charlie Williams presents Driftsplitters Snowmobile Club with a $500 donation.

Enerquip Supports St. Peter & Paul Catholic Church

Enerquip Supports St. Peter & Paul Catholic Church

As part of its employee match program, Enerquip has proudly donated $500 to St. Peter & Paul Catholic Church in Gilman. The donation was presented at the church’s annual Bazaar and will be used for ongoing outreach and service expenses related to the dedicated work of the church.

Enerquip is committed to supporting and encouraging its employees to lift others through giving and servicing. Therefore, Enerquip provides gifts to organizations at 100% of the employee’s contribution up to $500 per employee per calendar year, including volunteer hours.

This match from Enerquip Design Engineer Linda Olejnichak includes her volunteer hours as the church’s Bazaar Chairperson, along with other volunteer activities.

Photo: As part of Enerquip’s Employee Match program, Enerquip Design Engineer Linda Olejnichak (second from right) presents Dinner Event Co-Chairs Bob and Betty Callahan and Father Vijay Kumar Madani with a $500 donation to St. Peter & Paul Catholic Church

Enerquip Supports Stetsonville Fire Department

Enerquip Supports Stetsonville Fire Department

As part of its employee match program, Enerquip has proudly donated $500 to the Stetsonville Fire Department. The donation will be used for ongoing expenses related to the dedicated work of the volunteer fire department.

Enerquip is committed to supporting and encouraging its employees to lift others through giving and servicing. Therefore, Enerquip provides gifts to organizations at 100% of the employee’s contribution up to $500 per employee per calendar year, including volunteer hours.

This match from Will McCarron, Enerquip Sales Engineer, includes his volunteer hours on the Stetsonville Fire Department.

Photo: Will McCarron (right), Enerquip Sales Engineer & Volunteer Stetsonville Firefighter presents a $500 donation to Eric Dahlvig (left), Stetsonville Fire Department, through Enerquip’s employee match program.

Enerquip Donates $1,100 to MAMS Outdoor Learning Center

Enerquip Donates $1,100 to Mams Outdoor Learning Center

Enerquip has proudly donated $1,100 to Medford Area Middle School’s Outdoor Learning Center, scheduled to begin construction July, 2021. The donation will be used to purchase two Buddy Benches for teachers, aids, and parents within the play area.

Photo: Representatives from Enerquip include Brandon Bucki, Welder; Jesse Jensen, Design Engineer; Katie Brahmer, Benefits Specialist; Will McCarron, Sales Engineer and Travis Frost, Welder

Enerquip Assists the Rib Lake American Legion

Enerquip Assists the Rib Lake American Legion

Enerquip was proud help with the Rib Lake American Legion’s Memorial Stone Framework, as well as contributing to the overall cost of this project.

Enerquip Is Small Town Proud

Enerquip Is Small Town Proud

Small Town Proud – Together We Are Stronger (the motto on the shirts) – Enerquip bought one for each employee; proceeds go to helping small businesses who are out of work right now. It is possible to take photos while social distancing!

Enerquip Donates to Pirate Ship Productions

Enerquip Donates to Pirate Ship Productions

Pirate Ship Productions is a student-based business where education and real life experience drive students to develop their own career ready skills.

Enerquip Donates to Local School

Enerquip Donates to Local School

Enerquip is proud to support our local high school with a $2,500 donation toward a KIA Memorial Sign project.

A group of Medford Area High School students visited Enerquip on December 31 to receive the donation. Enerquip Design Engineer Greg Downey worked with the group on the initial design and presented the donation to the students.

Enerquip Assists BRI

Enerquip Assists Bri
(pictured; Will McCarron, Jason Reamer, BRI representative, Ivan Hubbard)

Black River Industries in Medford, WI is a non-profit organization that provides work and residential opportunities for adults with disabilities. In partnership with the community, they strive for these individuals to achieve the highest level of independence.

Enerquip had the opportunity to provide a quote for a new table top that BRI needed. We ended up providing the material for the table top at cost, and also donated the time spent to make it. We used a sheet of 48” x 120” polished 10 gauge material. This table top is being used in the kitchen of BRI to assist individuals with disabilities in learning kitchen and baking skills! We are proud to support such a great company!