Bosch Angel Tree program aids DCC

  • Friday, December 20, 2013

Provided From left are Bosch’s Ed Miller, Mike Chavis , Thomas Schanz, Schelly Hower, Melissa Lemons and Wieke Weert along with Trevin Pressley of Averritt Express delivered 20 pallets full of toys and 14 bikes to Dorchester Children’s Center.

During the 2013 holiday season, Robert Bosch associates in the Charleston plant, in conjunction with the ChP Fair Share Board, created their own Bosch Angel Tree program to benefit the Kids Care Christmas Program at Dorchester Children Center located in Summerville, South Carolina.

Three decorated Christmas trees were set up in three lobby locations in the plant. Each tree was decorated with 100+ Angels containing information for children in need. Each Angel tag listed a child’s name and items on their wish list. ChP associates took on the challenge of the 300+ children with great enthusiasm!

On December 16, thanks to the amazing generosity of ChP Associates, Bosch was able to deliver more than 800 gifts to Dorchester Children’s Center to bring Christmas to approximately 300 children in the Lowcountry!

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