Category Archives: Community Outreach

Midlands Families Receive Holiday Food Baskets From SCE&G

Midlands Families Receive Holiday Food Baskets From SCE&G SCE&G’s annual Good Neighbor Fund Christmas Project helps families in need WHAT: Hundreds of pre-identified families across the Midlands will receive food baskets from SCE&G employees and retirees through the company’s employee-funded annual Good Neighbor Fund Christmas Project. Toys will also be provided for families with children…
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Serve & Connect Announces North Columbia Youth Empowerment Initiative

Nationally funded effort to develop a model for police-community partnership COLUMBIA, SC – Today Serve & Connect, alongside the Columbia Police Department and Parks & Recreation, announces a new initiative based in Columbia’s 29203 region. The North Columbia Youth Empowerment Initiative is a comprehensive community effort intended to create a model for use across the…
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SRNS Contributes Over $1.2M to Local United Way Agencies

[caption id="attachment_18695" align="alignnone" width="1800"] Savannah River Nuclear Solutions (SRNS) raised over $1.2 million during the SRNS employee United Way fundraising campaign, benefitting nine United Way agencies located throughout the greater CSRA. SRNS employees and representatives from the United Way agencies celebrated the completion of the highly successful campaign. Front row, from left: Norm Powell, SRNS…
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Savannah River Remediation Exceeds Goal for 2018 United Way Campaign

AIKEN, S.C. (November 15, 2018)—Savannah River Remediation (SRR) employees exceeded their goal for the 2018 SRR United Way Employee Campaign. The Savannah River Site liquid waste contractor raised $275,292 to benefit United Way agencies across the CSRA, exceeding the goal of $270,000. The campaign theme, United We Stand, United We Can, set the pace for…
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Recognizing What It’s Like to Live with a Disability

Columbia, SC- After tackling the issue of homelessness in November and receiving emotional feedback, Richland Library wants to bring awareness to what it's like to live with a disability. Throughout December, the My Life Experience Empathy Lab is using technology and simulation tools, so local residents can see what one in four adults endure, according…
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Mobility Impaired Hunters and Wounded Warriors Aim for Success during Annual Deer Hunt at SRS

[caption id="attachment_18468" align="alignnone" width="1350"] SRNS employee and escort Allan Mulligan (right) describes the schedule for the day to Wounded Warrior Jimmy Price of Gilbert, S.C., at the University of Georgia Conference Center at the Savannah River Site.[/caption] SRNS managed hunt provides an opportunity of a lifetime for military veterans AIKEN, S.C. (November 12, 2018) –…
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Columbia Metropolitan Airport employee generosity ranks first in national food drive

COLUMBIA, S.C. – Employees at Columbia Metropolitan Airport (CAE) collected more than 11,400 pounds of food and other items over a two-month period as part of the annual Feds Feed Families food and supplies drive. Last week, they learned their donations ranked first nationally among airports of similar size (Category II airports). Transportation Security Administration…
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Massive Cleanup Project at SRS Completed, Saves Millions of Dollars

AIKEN, S.C. (Nov. 9, 2018) – Savannah River Nuclear Solutions (SRNS) personnel have saved $9 million dollars while completing the task of consolidating more than 400,000 cubic yards of coal ash and ash contaminated soil excavated from across 90 acres at the Department of Energy's (DOE) Savannah River Site (SRS). Crews cleaned up pond-like basins…
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SRS Sponsors Deer Hunt for Wounded Warriors and Mobility Impaired

AIKEN, S.C., (November 8, 2018) – The annual deer hunt sponsored by the U.S. Department of Energy and Savannah River Site contractors for the benefit of our nation’s wounded warriors and mobility impaired hunters will take place this Friday. When: It is recommended that members of the media arrive between 11-11:30 a.m., Friday, Nov. 9,…
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