The Refrigeration School, Inc. Donates and Installs Ice Machine for Arizona’s Largest Wildlife Sanctuary


Posted: October 26, 2021 at 9:01 a.m. CDT|Update: 19 hours ago

PHOENIX, October 26, 2021 / PRNewswire / – The Refrigeration School, Inc., in partnership with Clear Channel Outdoor, recently donated and installed an ice maker at Aimee’s Animal Sanctuary in Queen’s Creek, to help protect over 100 animals with special needs from extreme heat.

The machine was installed by four RSI students who are currently training in the school’s refrigeration program, as well as an instructor. The students were tasked with uninstalling the machine from Clear Channel Outdoor, then transporting it and installing it in his new home on Friday, October 22, 2021.

Aimee’s Animal Sanctuary is a local, non-profit farm that cares for neglected animals and animals with special needs. It was voted as one of the top 10 animal sanctuaries in United States. Each year the farm goes through hundreds of ice packs to keep over 100 animals cool during the hot summer months. Aimee, who founded the shrine, said the donation will save them not only from spending money to buy the ice cream, but also having to find a place to store it.

“Giving back to the local community is one of our core values ​​at RSI,” said David Eaker, President of The Refrigeration School, Inc. “Once we learned that these animals were in need, we were happy to partner with Clear Channel to make this donation and give our students a real life experience. “

IN REGARDS TO: The Refrigeration School, Inc. (RSI) was founded in Phoenix in 1965 and has been training students for sustainable HVAC careers for over 60 years. Providing hands-on training with a focus on highly sought-after electrical, diagnostic and mechanical technology skills that employers seek, RSI’s programs include Refrigeration, Air Conditioning and Heating Technologies, Electromechanical Technologies (HVAC-R ), mechanical maintenance engineering. , and online solar certification training. RSI is an ACCSC accredited school and accredited by the Arizona State Board for Private Post-Secondary Education. For more information, including graduation rates and median debt of students who complete RSI programs, visit www.rsi.edu or follow us on Facebook and Twitter.

Aimee’s Animal Sanctuary is a non-profit organization focused on rescuing, rehabilitating, placing and educating animals in need while creating a healing environment for humans with different abilities. With over 5 acres and 100 animals, Aimee’s Animal Farm is the largest wildlife sanctuary in Arizona and was voted one of the top 10 animal sanctuaries in the United States by veganuniversal.com. People of all ages, sizes and abilities are invited to visit the farm to feed, cuddle and play with the animals in the hope that it will provide a healing and therapeutic experience for all. For more information visit www.aimeesfarmanimalsanctuary.org/

Scooter, who was born paralyzed and now uses a wheelchair, is one of the many animals rescued by Aimee’s Animal Sanctuary. Credit: The Aimee Animal Sanctuary
Students from RSI arrive to install a new ice machine at the Aimee Animal Sanctuary.  Credit: The ...
RSI students arrive to install a new ice machine at the Aimee Animal Sanctuary. Credit: The Refrigeration School, Inc.
RSI students set up an ice machine at Aimee Wildlife Sanctuary.  The shrine is the largest in ...
RSI students set up an ice machine at Aimee Wildlife Sanctuary. The sanctuary is the largest in Arizona and accommodates over 100 animals with special needs. Credit: The Refrigeration School, Inc.
Aimee's Animal Sanctuary serves over 100 neglected and special needs animals.  Ice...
Aimee’s Animal Sanctuary serves over 100 neglected and special needs animals. The ice maker will save them not only from buying ice, but also from finding a place to store it during the hot summer months. Credit: The Refrigeration School, Inc.
The RSI students worked with their instructor to uninstall, transport and reinstall this ice ...
RSI students worked with their instructor to uninstall, transport and reinstall this ice maker in his new home. Credit: The Refrigeration School, Inc.

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