InSinkErator donates products to Fisher House program

RACINE, WIS. — InSinkErator just announced it is donating Evolution Series food waste disposers and instant hot water dispensers to the Fisher House program, a private-public partnership that supports America's military and veteran families in time of need by offering free lodging near major military medical centers, so family members can be close to military loved ones who are undergoing medical treatment.

“We admire the work of the Fisher House program and are proud to be able to provide a small measure of assistance to our country’s veterans and military families,” said David MacNair, vice president of marketing, InSinkErator. “Understanding that guests are preoccupied with their family member’s illness, disease or injury, donating product is an easy way for us to show our appreciation and support.”

“We can’t thank InSinkErator enough for their donation,” said Charlene Hall, manager of the Travis Fisher House. “From start to finish, the entire process was seamless. The instant hot water dispenser is wonderful. It looks great in the kitchen and our military and veteran guests are already putting it to the test.”

InSinkErator urges all Americans and American manufacturers to find means to support military families in need throughout the nation. The Fisher House program provides several ways to offer assistance, either through monetary contributions or product donations. Click here to learn more about the Fisher House program.

Headquartered in Racine, Wisconsin, InSinkErator, a division of Emerson, manufactures food waste disposers and instant hot water dispensers.