Rogers Electro-Matics has adopted the Rose Home North of Syracuse, IN for the 2018 year. The Rose Home North is a Christian not-for-profit transitional living home for women who choose to recover from drug and alcohol addictions. Rogers will be raising funds for monthly donations to the Rose Home North throughout the year.
In 2017, we established an annual tradition of adopting and raising funds for a local business. For 2017, Rogers adopted Little Lambs Ministry (http://www.littlelambsministry.org), a local, ministry-based preschool and daycare center housed at Calvary United Methodist Church in Syracuse, IN. Rogers Electro-Matics raised and donated a grand total of $11,286.09 to Little Lambs Ministry Daycare over the course of the year.
Each month, a committee made up of Rogers Electro-Matics employees plans fundraising events within and outside of the company to raise money and supplies to be donated to Little Lambs. Additionally, the owners of Rogers Electro-Matics, Bob and Beth Haller, have generously offered to match the money amount raised by Rogers Electro-Matic employees each month.
Every Christmas season, our company adopts a family from a local school. Rogers Electro-Matics and employees anonymously donate household items, toys, and specially requested gifts for each family member. We look forward to sharing the joy of Christmas and the spirit of giving each year.