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Y-12 FCU Gives Foundation Provides Grant to Top Wrench

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Top Wrench was recently awarded a grant by the Y-12 FCU Gives Foundation. Top Wrench is a non-profit drug-free vocational program developed for high school students as an introduction to team building and basic technical skills as they prepare for careers in the automotive field. The grant will be used to support the 2018 Top Wrench competition.

Pictured from left to right are representatives from Y-12 Gives Foundation, Amber Price, Tim Holloway, and Michelle Cathey. Top Wrench board members, Patrick LaDue, President Kenny Boatman and Maria Richardson. From Y-12 Gives Deidra Miller, Dawn Flatford and Sarah Messer.

Pictured from left to right are representatives from Y-12 Gives Foundation, Amber Price, Tim Holloway, and Michelle Cathey. Top Wrench board members, Patrick LaDue, President Kenny Boatman and Maria Richardson. From Y-12 Gives Deidra Miller, Dawn Flatford, and Sarah Messer.

 

About Y-12 FCU Gives

Y-12 FCU Gives Foundation was established by Y-12 Federal Credit Union, a full-service financial provider headquartered in Oak Ridge, TN, with 14 branches located in Anderson, Blount, Campbell, Knox, Roane, and Sevier counties serving 117,000 members. The foundation was established to extend the Y-12 FCU mission of “people helping people” into the philanthropic realm of charitable giving and support.

Y-12 FCU Gives Foundation will improve communities by delivering human and financial resources. The Foundation Board of Directors will use their compassion, accountability, and dedication to make a difference in the hearts and lives of the communities served in the areas of education, health and wellness and emerging community needs.

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