Buzzi Unicem USA Chattanooga Plant Holds Toy Drive To Benefit Children In Foster Care

Tuesday, January 8, 2019

Employees of Buzzi Unicem USA Chattanooga Plant wrapped up its annual toy drive on Dec. 14. 

This year donations went to The Department of Children Services for Bledsoe, Marion & Sequatchie Counties. The department services children in foster care.

The employees of the Chattanooga plant generously donated 521 toys, along with cash donations that made it possible for 52 children to have a Merry Christmas. Carol Lee, Foster Care supervisor, attended a Christmas lunch at the plant to accept the donations. Officials said, "Ms. Lee and DHS were overwhelmed by the generosity of the company and the Christmas spirit that was evident among the employees."

Sandy Watkins, plant HR Administrator, was in charge of putting the event together. 


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