BASF Donates 640 Pounds Of Food To Chattanooga Area Food Bank

  • Monday, October 3, 2022
Pictured, from left, are Bill Derryberry, BASF production group leader; Wes Gregory, BASF team leader; Suzanne Martin, BASF maintenance; and Dominique Brandt, Chattanooga Area Food Bank chief development officer.
Pictured, from left, are Bill Derryberry, BASF production group leader; Wes Gregory, BASF team leader; Suzanne Martin, BASF maintenance; and Dominique Brandt, Chattanooga Area Food Bank chief development officer.

BASF employees presented the Chattanooga Area Food Bank with 640 pounds of non-perishable food collected at BASF’s Chattanooga facilities.

In support of National Hunger Action Month in September, BASF employees participated in a canned food drive. The month-long food drive resulted in 640 pounds of donated non-perishable food, filling three large 55-gallon barrels.

The Chattanooga Area Food Bank distributes food to those in need through hundreds of community partners in 20 counties across Southeast Tennessee and Northwest Georgia.

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