Heat Transfer Warehouse Assists Local Autism Center

Heat Transfer Warehouse assists the local North Dakota Autism Center with a recent project. 

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FARGO, N.D.-Heat Transfer Warehouse assists the local North Dakota Autism Center with a recent project. A team of employees collaborated with the organization on Jan. 23 to prepare for an upcoming event.

Brooke Hestdalen, marketing coordinator for Heat Transfer Warehouse and head of organizing charity events for the company, explains that the staff split up into teams to help the center with building preparation and invite mailings.

“Attached to the center is a childcare center called the Puzzle Place where eight of our team members helped them paint the hallways and entryway,” states Hestdalen. “The rest of the team helped stuff envelopes with invitations to mail out to people in the area for their biggest event of the year, The AuSome event, which takes place in April.”
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Painting the hallway and entryway. (All images courtesy Heat Transfer Warehouse)

The annual AuSome Evening takes place on April 27 and features a series of presentations, games, and a silent auction all aimed at benefitting the center. The center hopes to raise $165,000 with the event.

For Heat Transfer Warehouse’s effort, Hestadalen says employees packed 2,000 invites in two hours for the organization. She points out that the project typically takes the center’s two-person team roughly three weeks to pack the invitations.
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Employees compiling invitations. 

“It was awesome to be able to help them save all that time and hopefully benefit from it in the near future,” adds Hestdalen.

Heat Transfer Warehouse rotates its charity efforts by selecting a new organization to work with every quarter. In November 2017, Fargo employees undertook a holiday gift drive to benefit children in the North Dakotan community. 

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