Chemours leads the way at Second Harvest

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The Chemours Company, formerly DuPont, located in New Johnsonville, and longtime supporter of Second Harvest Food Bank -Western Branch, became the first corporate volunteer shift for the Ray Smith Family Distribution Center in Camden.

According to Donna K. Vick, Donor Relationships Manager of Second Harvest Food Bank of Middle Tennessee and Ray Smith Family Distribution Center, 25 employees including plant manager, Greg Martz donated more than six hours on Thursday to sorting frozen foods at the center.

The Chemours Company also funded 100 pairs of Insulated HiVis Super Grip gloves to wear in the cold/frozen volunteer sort room.

In addition, The Chemours Company offers days of service a year for their employees who volunteer.

Vick said the group sorted more than 14,300 pounds of food, creating nearly 12,000 meals.

For more opportunities to volunteer visit secondharvestmidtn.org/act/volunteer/.

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