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Savannah River Mission Completion Volunteers Unite for United Way Project Care

AIKEN, S.C. (September 28, 2022) — Savannah River Mission Completion (SRMC) employees recently rolled up their sleeves in support of Project Care for the United Way of Allendale, Barnwell, and Bamberg Counties.


On September 23, 2022, a group of SRMC employees volunteered to build an accessibility ramp for a Barnwell County neighbor in need. Project Care coordinators worked alongside the Barnwell-Bamberg Baptist Associations’ Men Ministry program to identify residents with the most need.


Project Care is an annual community service event for agencies and residents, who often depend on volunteers like SRMC employees, for much-needed home-improvement projects. Denise Long, an SRMC Senior Operations/Technical Training Specialist, was the SRMC team coordinator for the United Way outreach event.


“There is no better feeling than to be a blessing unto someone else,” Long said. “I am honored to serve alongside my co-workers to provide safe, reliable access to a resident’s home, which is something many of us take for granted every day. When we work united, we can truly make a great impact in our community.”


SRMC employees give their time, talent, and treasure in support of local United Way agencies. In addition to community service events, SRMC employees are participating in upcoming fundraising events, including a softball tournament and golf tournament.


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



On September 23, 2022, a group of Savannah River Mission Completion employees volunteered to build an accessibility ramp for a Barnwell County neighbor in need. From left, Leland Chandler, John Alexander, the homeowner, Denise Long, Kaitlyn Hodges (Savannah River Nuclear Solutions), Carissa Smith, Erin Stroman, and volunteers with the Barnwell-Bamberg Baptist Associations’ Men Ministry program.