Our Commitment to Making a Difference
Adopt A Highway
Oberlin Filter is participating in the State Adopt A Highway program. Our stretch of highway is just West of Waukesha, from Hwy G (Elmhurst Rd) to Maple Ave (Just past Cozy Nook Farm) on Hwy 18. Members of our company have volunteered to keep the area clean.
Women of Distinction Luncheon
The Women of Distinction & The Young Women of Tomorrow and Honored at this luncheon. Each year we are inspired at this event and take the message back to our own offices and lives where we give back to the community each in our own special way.
United Way: Food Drive
Every year since 2007 Oberlin Filter holds a food drive for the local food pantries collecting about 2,000 pounds of food annually.
United Way: Born Learning Trail
In 2010, Oberlin worked with the United Way to create the first Born Learning Trail in Waukesha County. Since the initial trail, eleven other corporations have sponsored Born Learning Trails in surrounding area parks of Waukesha and Milwaukee counties. Oberlin has continued its commitment to maintain our flagship trail, keeping it brightly colored, fun and safe for the children in the community to enjoy for years to come.