“United Way has a track record of having programs in place that help people with life skills that give them the education or put them in position to get an education to live their life to the fullest as they move forward,” Tyndall said. “United Way explains the importance of a healthy lifestyle.”
Tyndall said he was honored to kick off the ORNL United Way campaign and urged Lab employees to provide their support.
“I’ve been part of different causes and charitable situations in groups in my years of being in this profession, but I don’t think there is any one better than United Way,” Tyndall added.
ORNL is one of East Tennessee’s largest corporate contributors to United Way.
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