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At the end of the day it’s not about what you have or even what you’ve accomplished… it’s about who you’ve lifted up, who you’ve made better. It’s about what you’ve given back.
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SRNS Expands Resources for Children in Aiken and Barnwell

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Savannah River Nuclear Solutions Donates $20,000 to Help Fund Barnwell Aquatics Center

AIKEN, S.C., November 30, 2021 – A million-dollar, multi-feature aquatics center for the Barnwell County Family YMCA is now closer to reaching its fundraising goal, thanks to a recent $20,000 contribution from Savannah River Nuclear Solutions (SRNS).

The aquatics center will offer a wide range of features to include a six-lane lap pool for recreational swimming and future competitive events, a water slide and other exciting features. The center will also provide an estimated 30 summer jobs and leadership development for local youth.

“We are so grateful to our friends at Savannah River Nuclear Solutions for their heartfelt contribution to this important cause,” said Pamela Rush, Executive Director at Axis I Center of Barnwell. “We believe the impact of this new facility will be extensive, having a positive economic effect throughout the area in addition to the recreational and much appreciated health-related benefits for local and nearby residents to enjoy.”... MORE

Since becoming the managing and operating contractor in 2008, Savannah River Nuclear Solutions and its corporate parents have contributed more than $12 million throughout the Central Savannah River Area through corporate philanthropic contributions to charitable causes; education outreach investments in K-12 schools and regional 2- and 4-year colleges and universities; and economic development and community partnerships. More than 40 SRNS employees serve in leadership roles in regional civic and business organizations, and employees continue to generously contribute their own time and charitable donations to support their communities.

As part of SRNS’s commitment to the community, we are soliciting local nonprofit organizations to submit funding requests in the following areas:

  • Education Initiatives
  • Health & Human Services
  • Arts & Culture
  • Civic & Economic Development

Request Guidelines

Financial support is provided to nonprofit organizations that have a 501(c)3 tax-exempt status. Requests will be evaluated based, in part, on the following:

  • Programs that increase STEM education opportunities
  • Ability to address the needs of under-served populations
  • Improve the quality of life for people in the region surrounding SRNS
  • Initiatives that create an impact community-wide
  • Sponsorship by organizations in which SRNS employees and their families participate

On occasion, SRNS will consider requests from community organizations that fall outside of the above screening criteria if the community organization’s projects reflect SRNS’s mission, values and interests.

For agencies that provide services to children in need, preferential support is given to local or regional organizations.

SRNS Contributes $27,000 To Golden Harvest Food Bank

The SRNS Community Giving program does not fund political organizations, fraternal associations, advertising, professional meetings or conferences, travel, film or television production or programming, overheads and administrative expenses, emergency funds, fairs or parades, individuals, contests, or extracurricular school activities.

SRNS also will only fund organizations that do not discriminate on the basis of age, race, sex, religion, national origin, disability, family status, receipt of public assistance, sexual orientation or gender identity.


How to Submit a Request

There is no form or deadline for submitting a funding request. Each request is considered on its own merits, but may be grouped with other requests, which are reviewed every month. The review process may take up to 2-3 months. Requesting organizations will be notified when a decision is made. Please submit funding requests electronically to: kristin.huber@srs.gov.

Requests must contain the following information:

  • A description of the organization and its mission, goals and objectives in 100 words or less
  • The specific purpose of the request in 100 words or less
  • The amount requested • Description of how SRNS’s donation may be publicized
  • A completed W-9 (Click here to download W-9)
  • Name, title, address, telephone number and email address of principal contact, along with the organization’s website address
  • A copy of the organization’s Internal Revenue Service (IRS) letter of determination

*Links to additional resources too large to be emailed may be included in electronic proposals if they aid in decision-making. Requests must be submitted through official channels of the requesting organization, must clearly identify the requesting organization, and must be endorsed by a senior representative of the organization.

2017 United Way Committee celebrate a winning season of giving

Kristin B. Huber
Community Relations & Visitor Services
Corporate Communications
Savannah River Nuclear Solutions, LLC
Bldg 730-1B, Room 3142 Aiken, SC 29808
o: (803) 952-9472 c: (803) 507-7664
e: kristin.huber@srs.gov

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