Enovation Controls' strives to be the best partner we can be to our customers, employees and our community. From fundraising runs, to food drives and blood drives, the people who work at Enovation Controls are proud to serve the communities in which they reside.

In the past twelve months, Enovation Controls has participated in community service activities such as food drives for the Community Food Bank of Eastern Oklahoma and the San Antonio Food Bank, races and walks such as the Susan G. Komen Race for the CureĀ®, and partnered with community and charitable organizations like Jeans for Genes, Wear it Pink and Toys for Tots.

Community Highlights:
Enovation Controls regularly contributes to the Community Food Bank of Eastern Oklahoma, the San Antonio Food Bank and the Houston Food Bank.
The Tulsa office participates in the annual Toys for Tots campaign, ensuring Christmas gifts to less fortunate children in the local community.
After a series of tornadoes that badly damaged parts of Central Oklahoma, employees raised money for the United Way of Central Oklahoma. Matching funds from the company and Murphy family tripled the amount raised by employees.
In May, members of our Rosenberg, Texas office participated in WALK Like MADD, a family-friendly and non-competitive 5K walk to raise money for the Mothers Against Drunk Driving campaign.
 During the Community Food Bank of Eastern Oklahoma's "Food for Families" campaign, the Tulsa office held multiple fundraisers including jeans days, breakfasts, lunches, raffles and the chance to throw a whipped cream pie in the face of colleagues.
 Our European office participated in Wear It Pink day, a fundraiser for the UK-based Breast Cancer Campaign. Participants donned their best pink attire to raise money for the campaign which uses the monies to support the region's only breast cancer tissue bank and other research efforts.
In May 2012, 27 members from our San Antonio office contributed to the fight against breast cancer at the Komen Walk.