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SABIC Volunteers Seek Community Project

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We got this through the Berkshire Chamber's e-blast. Nice to know that SABIC is following the long tradition of GE employees helping in the community:

SABIC Innovative Plastics is seeking proposals from Berkshire County not-for-profit organizations for collaborative projects that have community involvement and impact. 

We are looking for indoor or outdoor projects that focus on environmental stewardship and/or enhance educational experiences in the areas of science, technology, or innovation.

Projects must be completed in one day with a collaborative volunteer force of ideally 25 to 60
mostly unskilled but hardworking – SABIC Innovative Plastics volunteers. Funding assistance is also available.

Organizations interested in applying for a community project can review the guidelines and proposal submission process online, or can pick up a printed copy at the 1 Plastics Ave. gate entrance.


E-mail questions to global.communications@sabic-ip.com. No phone calls please.

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