Ingersoll Rand Foundation Funds No Barriers USA Programs to Improve Lives of Low-income Youth

Nov 11, 2014 12:00 PM ET
Trane employees hiked Colorado's Rocky Mountains to raise money for No Barriers USA.

November 11. 2014 /3BL Media/ - Twenty-two climbers from five Trane locations in Colorado raised $11,330 for No Barriers USA by undertaking a 9,000-foot climb in Colorado’s Rocky Mountains. No Barriers USA also captured the support of Ingersoll Rand’s Foundation, which recently donated $50,000 to improve the lives of low-income youth through experiences focusing on culture, sustainability, leadership development and innovation.

No Barriers USA provides transformative experiences that empower people to embrace a “no barriers” mindset and discover the potential that lies within themselves and the world.

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Paige Muhlenkamp, Ingersoll Rand