Community Stories

  • Inteva Vandalia Raises Money for Girls on the Run

    The Vandalia Technical Center team hosted a raffle and bake sale with all proceeds going to a local after-school Girls on the Run program.

  • Inteva Products Employees Volunteer and Donate Resources to Local Charities

    Inteva Products employees at the company's World Headquarters in Troy embraced the holiday season with a generous spirit, volunteering, and donating goods and more than $5,000 to community and charitable organizations across Metro Detroit as part of the Inteva Cares initiative.  Every department selected a cause or mission to support in hopes of making the holiday season more cheerful for neighbors in need.

  • Inteva Bangalore Donates Time and Sports Equipment to Students

    In December, Bangalore team members reached out to local special needs students to organize cricket matches. After the matches concluded, the students were presented with cricket sets and volleyballs.

  • Inteva Bangalore Collects Donations to Brighten Holidays for Local Families

    In December, Bangalore team members collected donations to be distributed to the RK Foundation, a local organization who supports multiple orphanages. Over 200 toys, clothes, books, study materials and toiletries were donated by employees.

  • Inteva Vandalia Supports Make-A-Wish Foundation 

    The Interior Products Technical Center in Vandalia, Ohio held a Pancake breakfast on June 24 in support of the Make-A-Wish Foundation which helps enrich the lives of children with life-threatening medical conditions through its wish-granting network. Inteva Vandalia presented checks to Make-A-Wish totally $2,530 on June 28th.

  • Inteva Bangalore Holds Craft Sale to Benefit Charitable Trust Fund for Physically Challenged Children

    Bangalore team members held an exhibition and sale of handmade items including candles and figurines to benefit a charitable trust for physically challenged children. The funds collected from employees were utilized to conduct workshops and training programs for these students.

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