WIKA USA helped make the holiday season brighter for dozens of children in vulnerable situations, a tradition that the company has upheld for several years.

Photo above: Many employees at WIKA USA’s Lawrenceville headquarters bought gifts for this year’s CASA Angel Tree toy drive.

Through good-paying jobs and area partnerships, WIKA is committed to improving the communities in which we are located. In addition, employees regularly donate their time, energy, and money to local nonprofits. 

2nd shift participants of the Angel Tree toy drive

As in the past several years, WIKA USA headquarters in Lawrenceville partnered with Court Appointed Special Advocates (CASA) to buy gifts for children in Gwinnett County’s family court system. The Christmas tree in the main lobby was decked with not only lights and shiny ornaments, but also the wish lists of children in protective care. This year, the Lawrenceville location sponsored 44 children and purchased over 250 individual gifts.

Robin Jones, executive sales assistant, said, “Participating in this event is like a fun ride with a serious mission. Everyone shops with such enthusiasm because we all care about the program. And it’s such a great way to give back, especially this time of year.”

WIKA USA’s location in Houston also spread Christmas cheer to kids in need. This year, employees sponsored the wish lists of 10 children through Child Advocate, an organization that mobilizes court-appointed volunteers to break the cycle of child abuse.

Employees at WIKA USA’s Houston location bought gifts for children in Texas’s foster care system.

WIKA USA wishes our employees, our customers, our corporate partners, and especially these children a very Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year!


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