Families, Donating & Name Tags

Donating to our customers is an excellent way to express our community support!

We’re at it again! Our newest donation was to Barren Heights. Donating our time and goods to those in our community is something in which Coller Industries takes pride. We love helping out where we can.

Darlene Schuff, Ministry Operations Manager at Barren Heights, said, “Barren Heights’ vision is to create more compassionate communities through families serving families. Together, we strive to show love to these families, so they know they are never alone.”

donating plastic engraved name tags to our customers helps our community

Barren Heights retreat is nestled atop the gently rolling hills of Allen County Kentucky, near Barren River Lake. The organization is unique in that they are the only camp in Kentucky to provide a no-cost experience to the entire family of a disabled child and they involve volunteer host families.

Barren Heights

Our mission is to love and encourage families. We do this primarily by providing free mini-vacation style weekend retreats and hosting community outreach events for families with physically or developmentally disabled children.

Our vision is to create more compassionate communities through families serving families with the love of Christ and led by the Holy Spirit to further the Kingdom of God.

We donated plastic, laser engraved name tags.

donating plastic engraved name tags to our customers helps our communityThese custom plastic name tags are a great way to present your business logo. And they build an excellent reputation with your clientele. Laser engraved name tags are made from a two-color, plastic material so both the text and the logo will be the same color.

“Thank you again for helping us out,” said Schuff. “Our retreats are completely free to families with children who have disabilities or special needs. So every donation makes a huge difference.”

Each donation we make is something that helps us stand out from our competition. And every time we donate, we are grateful for the opportunity to share back into our community. We are thankful for organizations such as Barren Heights.