Goshen, Ind.-based Keystone RV Co. recently completed another successful United Way fund drive, marking the 15th consecutive year Keystone has participated, according to a news release.
Even in this difficult economy, Keystone employees contributed over $140,000, making the company the No. 1 United Way contributor in Elkhart County. Since 1998, Keystone RV has raised a total of nearly $2.4 million and has been the No. 1 United Way contributor in Elkhart County nine of the past 10 years.
“I am so proud that the Keystone family continues to step up and support those in the community who need our help,” says Bob Martin, Keystone RV president. “We all live and work in this community. Our family and friends are here. We are a big part of the community and the community is a big part of our lives. It says something positive about the character of the Keystone employee that when times get tough, we dig deeper. ”
United Way of Elkhart County executive vice president Jessica Koscher, noted, “Keystone offers a great example of corporate philanthropy. They are dedicated to creating a better community and their employees demonstrate this every year during the United Way Campaign.
“They have had an unwavering commitment to Elkhart County during good and lean times. Because of Keystone, United Way has had the ability to continue to hone in on key issues, move ahead and support new and innovative programs in a time where many are only treading water.”