Daikin Applied Makes a Gift to the Owatonna Foundation

Recently, Daikin Applied presented a check for $500.00 to the Owatonna Foundation. Daikin Applied, a member of Daikin Industries, Ltd, designs and manufactures technologically advanced commercial HVAC systems for customers around the world. Customers turn to Daikin with confidence that they will experience outstanding performance, reliability and energy efficiency. Daikin Applied equipment, solutions and services are sold through a global network of dedicated sales, service, and parts offices.


“We are extremely grateful to Daikin Applied for making this donation. This gift will help us to continue the Foundation’s mission of improving the quality of life for present and future generations by supporting Owatonna projects that focus on community, arts, recreation, and education. From the 259 projects that we have partnered with since the Foundation’s inception, to the many ventures we will help to fund in the future, we are confident that their employees that live and work in Owatonna will continue to enjoy the benefits of these Foundation supported endeavors.” said Foundation President, Betsy Lindgren.


The Owatonna Foundation was established in 1957 with the goal of improving the quality of life for present and future generations of Owatonna residents. Since then, the Owatonna Foundation has committed more than $11.75 million dollars in grants to Owatonna projects and annually awards $30,000 in scholarships for both traditional and non-traditional students.


For more information about the Owatonna Foundation, please visit our website at: www.owatonnafoundation.org, or call our office at 455-2995.


Pictured below are:Daikin Applied executives and leaders as they celebrate a donation to the Owatonna Foundation. The check is presented to the Foundation by Will Fort, Vice President-General Manager, and Craig Vatsaas, Director of Operations of Daikin Applied. Also pictured are Foundation Trustees: Ray Stawarz, Bob Jungbluth, Corey Mensink, Sharon West, Bob Heers, and Jay Johnson.