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Savannah River Mission Completion Employees Volunteer for Domestic Violence Center

AIKEN, S.C. (September 6, 2023) — Savannah River Mission Completion (SRMC) employees volunteered their time at SafeHomes Domestic Violence Center, completing needed tasks as part of the United Way of the CSRA’s Project Serve.


Savannah River Mission Completion (SRMC) employees volunteer for Project Serve at SafeHomes Domestic Violence Center, a United Way of the CSRA non-profit partner agency. From left are Jennifer Frantom of SafeHomes and SRMC employees Matthew Moore, Andrea Bridges, Shelby Peterson, Christine Baker, Nancy Brown, Keisha Martin, and Stephanie Conley, and volunteer Rolinda Whaley, and SafeHomes employee Jenna Gauvreau.


A group of SRMC employees spent the day assembling and staging furniture, applying new bedding, hanging new shower curtains, and organizing supplies for Project Serve at the center, which is a United Way of the CSRA non-profit partner agency.


SafeHomes was established as a shelter but has become much more than just a shelter and impacts the lives of more than 2,000 individuals and their families each year. It is an agency that transforms victims of domestic violence into survivors.


The team was guided by Keisha Martin of SRMC Tank Farm Facility Engineering, who serves as a United Way volunteer.


“The work conducted annually through Project Serve helps diminish the need for area United Way agencies to allocate resources toward general maintenance and upkeep,” Martin said. “Any funding saved through the efforts our various Project Serve teams offer can go toward the agency’s day-to-day services provided to those in need. It’s a good feeling at the end of the day knowing our teams have made a difference.”


SRMC President and Program Manager Dave Olson applauded the volunteers for giving of themselves to support the community.


“The SRMC team works hard every day to keep the environment and their neighbors safe, and seeing our employees dedicate their time to help members of this same community who are victims of domestic violence speaks to their character,” Olson said. “I am greatly moved and inspired by them.”


SRMC is the Liquid Waste Contractor at the U.S. Department of Energy’s Savannah River Site and comprises parent company BWX Technologies, Inc. with partners Amentum and Fluor. Its team brings the capabilities necessary to accelerate cleanup at SRS through safe nuclear operations, optimized and integrated mission execution, and strong corporate governance.

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