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Haley Comfort Systems donates $31,200 to Hope Lodge

With the anniversary sale starting Sept. 27and running though the month of October, HaleyComfortSystems set a goal of raising over $20,000.00, but were overwhelmed to have totaled $31,200.00 by the end of it.

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With the anniversary sale starting Sept. 27 and running though the month of October, Haley Comfort Systems set a goal of raising over $20,000.00, but were overwhelmed to have totaled $31,200.00 by the end of it. 

All of the money raised will stay here in Rochester, benefiting Mayo Clinic cancer patients who are receiving treatment by providing them with a safe and economical place to stay during treatment. 

Approaching 30 years in business, Haley Comfort Systems celebrates each year in business by giving back to its community.  Haley’s has over 70 employees that make up the company and of those 70+, some have been directly affected by cancer.  One of which is currently receiving treatment at the Mayo Clinic, leaving him unable to work during this time.  The personal touch makes this all the more special and rewarding for the company.

In previous years, Haley Comfort Systems has had the Gift of Life Transplant House and the Ronald McDonald House as their beneficiaries and they are humbled to recognize that the money raised has nearly doubled within the last two years.

Tom stated, "It means a lot that we are able to donate to an organization such as the Hope Lodge. The cause really strikes home to not only our family, but also to our employees. In fact, one of our long term employees was diagnosed with Lymphoma cancer this year and is fighting the battle currently."


Family means a lot to the Haley family. The company is comprised of Tom and Wendy Haley and Joe Haley as owners along with Tom and Wendy’s kids and their spouses working in the business: Nicole Haley Speedling and her husband Bob Speedling, Aaron Haley and his wife Paige Haley, and Allison Haley Wise and Joe Wise.

"We are proud to have such a close family and also such a great group of employees to work with each and every day."

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