SiteWorx team members and supporters present a donation to the KC Riley Kids Fund. Pictured (L to R) are Darrell Hicks, Monteith Tire; Christine Egolf, SiteWorx; Eric Heckaman, Bobcat; Suzie Light, Kosciusko County Community Foundation; Alan Alderfer and Mike Bergen, Alderfer Bergen and Associates; Nathan Spangle and Brandon Hepler, SiteWorx.
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SiteWorx team members and supporters present a donation to the KC Riley Kids Fund. Pictured (L to R) are Darrell Hicks, Monteith Tire; Christine Egolf, SiteWorx; Eric Heckaman, Bobcat; Suzie Light, Kosciusko County Community Foundation; Alan Alderfer and Mike Bergen, Alderfer Bergen and Associates; Nathan Spangle and Brandon Hepler, SiteWorx. Photo Provided
SiteWorx Services LLC, Waste Solutions Division, a locally owned and operated company in Warsaw, recently donated $1,950 to the KC?Riley Kids Fund.

SiteWorx set aside $25 from each rental of a dumpster in order to make a donation, according to a news release. Each renter’s name was placed in a drawing for prizes from Monteith Tire and Bobcat of Warsaw. Winners were Missy Holbrook and Matt Campbell.

“SiteWorx looks for local opportunities to give back to the communities we work in,” Brandon Hepler, with Site Worx Services, said. “We wanted to help kids access the health care they need, so this gift makes perfect sense.”

The KC Riley Kids Fund was established by business partners Alan Alderfer and Mike Bergen to provide gas and food vouchers to local families who have children receiving medical treatment from Riley Children’s Hospital. The fund also provides support to the hospital.