From Port St. Lucie, Florida, to St. Paul, Minnesota, and at sites around the U.S. and the world, Ingersoll Rand people joined the American Heart Association in celebrating National Go Red for Women Day in February. Decked out in red clothes, we enjoyed heart-healthy snacks, learned about healthy eating and participated in physical activities.
In Charlotte, North Carolina, a group of Ingersoll Rand women shared their experiences with other area women at the American Heart Association’s annual Go Red for Women breakfast (pictured above).
Creating a world of sustainable progress
Ingersoll Rand takes an active role in addressing social issues that impact our company and communities. For more than eight years, we have supported the American Heart Association to raise awareness, educate our people and fund heart-healthy programming in the cities where we live and work.
To achieve the goal of advancing the quality of life, Ingersoll Rand has developed charitable partnerships with organizations such as the American Heart Association to help build comfortable, efficient and educated communities and create a world of sustainable progress.