On behalf of Enerquip’s Employee Match program, Dustin Freeman, Enerquip Water Jet Operator, Westboro Baseball player, and a founder of the Westboro Baseball revitalization effort (left), presented a $500 check to Ted Goodrich (right), Manager of Westboro Baseball.
Enerquip has proudly donated $500 to Westboro Baseball. This donation, combined with other generous community contributions, will facilitate a future fence upgrade to the backstop and sides of the Westboro Baseball field.
In the ’80s, Westboro Baseball thrived, but it experienced a period of dormancy in the late ’90s and ’00s. A dedicated team of volunteers has diligently worked to restore the field to its former glory, with the final upgrade to the fence marking a crucial milestone in their restoration efforts.
Today, the field serves as the venue for various events, including little league tournaments, JV baseball, softball, Dairyland league, and even the occasional kickball.
“Enerquip’s commitment to community support shines through in this generous donation,” says Ted Goodrich, Westboro Baseball Manager. “Not only does Enerquip’s contribution align with our vision for revitalizing Westboro Baseball, but it also enhances a sense of community pride. The hard work to restore the field is truly gratifying when witnessing both youth and adults thoroughly enjoying activities on the field.”
Enerquip actively promotes community engagement among its employees, fostering a culture of positive impact through both financial contributions and volunteer service. The company matches employee donations and volunteer hours at 100%, up to $500 per employee per calendar year.
Enerquip Water Jet Operator Dustin Freeman exemplifies this spirit of giving back. As a Westboro Baseball player and founding driver of the revitalization effort, Freeman’s volunteer hours and personal contributions were matched by the company up to $500, doubling the impact within the local community.