InnoVista Sensors™ employees based in Concord participated in a winter coat drive last month to make homeless and poor people everyday life lighter. On January 29th, all clothes and accessory donations were delivered to Anka Behavioral Health, Inc. Once again, the participants were highly committed and donated lots of quality clothing, that will help to keep numerous homeless warm this winter.
Christina Antos, Interim Business Development & Marketing Director at Anka Behavioral Health, Inc., personally thanked all the InnoVista Sensors™ employees. She told them “how successful their action was and how much they have helped! Anka Behavioral Health ‘s outreach teams go and hand out supplies (food, water, and clothing donations) and talk to the homeless individuals and services in the area. They do this every day and operate on a very minimal budget so donations are always needed and so welcome!”Christina Antos was extremely grateful for the donations and InnoVista Sensors™ employees can be proud of their contribution to helping local people in need. More information on Anka Behavioral Health: