Kimball International donates $10K to Dubois, SalemJuly 3, 2018
From Local Sources
JASPER — Kimball International Inc. recently made cash donations of $10,000 each to the Dubois and Salem communities. Dubois is near the company’s Jasper headquarters and home to many employees over the years. Salem is home to one of the company’s manufacturing facilities.
In Dubois, the local Ruritan Club has been investing in the community by providing a central green park with aspirations to build a community center.
“Our company strives to give back to the communities in which a large base of our employees call home,” said Lonnie Nicholson, chief administrative officer at Kimball International.
Following Salem’s devastating flood in May 2017, Kimball International donated $25,000 for recovery efforts. The recent $10,000 donation will assist with public safety programs.
These donations were made through the company’s Kimball International-Habig Foundation, established by founder Arnold Habig.
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