Community Stories

  • Inteva Adrian joins together in support of the Salvation Army

    ​Every year Adrian’s Joint Charity Committee conducts an April holiday fundraiser in support of the Salvation Army.

    During this year’s event, holiday baskets were collected for local, under-privileged children in Lenawee County where the Adrian site is located. All employees were encouraged to participate. The end result was amazing – not only were 125 baskets donated, $110 was also raised to purchase candy for the children.
  • Gadsden Brings Holiday Cheer to Elementary School Students

    The Gadsden’s Holiday Social Action Committee recently went above and beyond to serve the needs of children in one of the lowest-income-area schools in the Gadsden, Alabama area. This year, team members were so passionate that they set a goal of sponsoring an entire elementary school, making the holiday brighter by providing gifts for all 360 students at the school.
     
    Through this amazing show of compassion, the Gadsden team demonstrated to the children that people outside of their family also care about their lives and futures. Not only did every child receive a gift, they were encouraged to continue their education to help them succeed and accomplish anything they want in life.
  • Salonta Team Brightens Holidays for Nursing Home Residents

    ​In celebration of the local year-end holidays, employees at Inteva Salonta purchased, wrapped and delivered personalized gifts for 67 elderly residents in two nursing homes - Smiles and Salem – located in Salonta. Each gift was custom selected based on a wish list provided by the residents.

    Inteva Salonta employees truly epitomize the Inteva team spirit of caring and commitment when it comes to helping others and giving back to the community

  • Guanajuato Team Adopts Local Elementary School

    Employees from Inteva Guanajuato Operations (IGO) recently adopted an elementary school in their local El Paraiso community. The Leona Vicario school has benefitted from the hard-working employees’ work to improve the learning conditions at the school through construction, landscaping and lighting improvements.

    The team is also contributing books and toys to the school, and hosted the students for a visit to IGO, introducing them to the exciting world of automotive manufacturing.

  • Gadsden Operations Participates in 2018 AHA 5k Heart Walk

    For the sixth time, Inteva’s Gadsden Operations located in Alabama participated in the 2018 American Heart Association (AHA) 5k Heart Walk. The team raised more than $5,300 for research and treatment related to heart disease. Because of the employees’ generosity, the site was awarded second place for financial contribution to the AHA walk and served as Grand Marshal.

  • Inteva Vandalia Donates $2,400 to Grant A Child’s Wish

    Inteva Vandalia Technical Center employees recently presented a $2,400 donation to the Make-A-Wish Foundation. This employee donation allowed five-year-old Paul and his family to go to Walt Disney World and Universal Studios in Orlando, Florida. In addition to the generous donation, Vandalia hosted a pancake breakfast in Paul’s honor to provide even more funds to grant his wish.Paul is battling Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy (DMD).

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