Savannah River Nuclear Solutions Senior Vice President Alice Doswell (left) and SRNS President & CEO Dwayne Wilson present the vehicle Lindsay Findley, executive director, Aiken chapter of the American Red Cross. (Picture from SRNS)
Tuesday, Oct. 9, 2012
AIKEN , S.C. -- The Aiken County chapter of the American Red Cross now has a new vehicle to help with disaster relief, thanks to Savannah River Nuclear Solutions.
SRNS donated $25,000 to buy the car for the local chapter, which will help volunteers respond to emergencies and disasters in Aiken, Allendale, Bamberg, Barnwell and Edgefield counties.
"SRNS’ sponsorship of this new vehicle provides our staff with the ability to safely send volunteers to disaster clients at a moment’s notice,” said Lindsay Findley, executive director of the chapter, in a news release.
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