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US Synthetic, employees donate money, time to local nonprofits

First Published Dec 04 2012 07:18 am • Last Updated Apr 08 2013 11:32 pm

US Synthetic and its employees donated $20,000 to the Utah Food Bank and gave more than 1,500 hours of service to the United Way Day of Caring during a company-sponsored month of community service in November.

More than 800 employees of the Orem-based maker of industrial diamond drill cutters raised more than $10,000 for the food bank. US Synthetic contributed the balance of the donation, which will provide over 65,000 meals.

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More than 400 volunteers also took part in the Utah County chapter of United Way’s Day of Caring.

US Synthetic and its employees come together several times a year to raise money and donate service to the local community.

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