Genesis Alkali Donates to Local Food Banks to Demonstrate Their Courage to Care

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Kathy Siler, Executive Director of the Sweetwater County Food Bank, gratefully accepts a year-end donation from Genesis Alkali. From left to right: Matt Dockter, mechanical maintenance; Jeremy Lintz, mechanical maintenance; Andy Crouch, mechanical maintenance; Robert Bucknell, electrical maintenance; Kathy Siler, FBSC Executive Director; Bryce Hamblin, mechanical maintenance; Jon Shoemaker, electrical maintenance; and John Morris, Utilities Unit Production Manager.

SWEETWATER COUNTY– Genesis Alkali Utilities’ employees have chosen the Bridger Valley Interdenominational Food Pantry and the Food Bank of Sweetwater County to receive $500 year-end donations as a demonstration of the company’s Courage to Care.

Courage to Care means having the Courage to Care about their families, their friends, their co-workers, and this case, the Courage to Care about their neighbors and the communities they live in.

Both of the food banks received $500 from Genesis Alkali.

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Jane Malone, Bridger Valley Non-Denominational Food Pantry Director, said she was very thankful for the donation from Genesis Alkali, as the food bank struggles to come up with funds to pay the bills and purchase critical items that are not donated.

Bridger Valley Non-Denominational Food Pantry Director Jane Malone was very thankful for the donation from Genesis Alkali.
From left to right: Tony Kolan, James Borgman, Jane Malone, Tyler Conder and Robert Crittenden