PINE BROOK, N.J. — Fujitsu General America Inc. has recently committed to supporting two national charities: Make-A-Wish and Wounded Warrior Project (WWP).
Make-A-Wish is a 40-year-old nonprofit organization that has granted over 330,000 wishes to children with critical illnesses. WWP honors and empowers injured veterans and their families.
“Fujitsu is known as a global leader in ductless mini-splits, but we’re actually much more,” said president and chief operating officer, Matt Peterson. “We also supply VRF, unitary ducted, and commercial rooftops as a full line equipment supplier. But we’re also much, much more than that. We support causes that are near and dear to our hearts. One of them is the Wounded Warrior Project and the other is Make-A-Wish. If you know our culture, supporting those that have fought for our country and children with critical illnesses is a no-brainer to us. It’s the right thing to do. We hope you will find a way to join us in these incredible causes as we strive to make the world a better place.”