American Water Resources, Metro Water Services Employees Volunteer at Food Bank
AWR also presented a check for $2,500 to the Second Harvest Food Bank
American Water Resources LLC (AWR) recently teamed up with Nashville Metro Water Services to volunteer their time at Second Harvest Food Bank of Middle Tennessee. AWR also presented a check for $2,500, which will be used to purchase 10,000 meals for those in need.
The volunteers inspected, sorted and categorized frozen meat products at the food bank, which is one of the largest food banks and food distribution centers nationwide.
“We are proud to team up with Metro Water Services to help reduce local hunger and strengthen the communities where we live and work,” said Barbara Boyarsky, vice president and general manager of American Water Resources. “This joint initiative is part of a partnership between American Water Resources and Nashville Metro Water Services; we are working together to develop service line protections programs for eligible Metro Water Services customers.”
“We are extremely proud to support the Second Harvest Food Bank of Middle Tennessee,” said Martha Segal, assistant director, Metro Water Services “We are committed to being good neighbors, and we look forward to working together with American Water Resources to provide the best service possible to our community.”
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