Donated supplies and funds for charities and health organizations are a tangible expression of Orano’s values and culture.
We also feel it is important to provide employees with ways to engage in community service and to represent our corporate values through serving others.
During 2020 and into 2021, Orano and its employees responded to needs in the communities around its facilities by donating more than $30,000 in funds and supplies to local charitable organizations.
In Maryland, where Orano USA has its corporate headquarters in Bethesda and its Orano NPS used fuel management business operating out of Columbia, the company contributed to the Maryland Food Bank.
During the annual national Day of Service honoring Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., Orano employees in Lynchburg, VA, took part in the company-wide effort contributing supplies to local food banks, followed by an Orano donation to help Lynchburg Daily Bread provide and distribute meals.
In Vermont, the Orano Decommissioning Services team performing the accelerated decommissioning of Vermont Yankee has become an integral part of the community. Along with many other charitable activities, the Orano DS team’s donation to the Vermont Food Bank will provide thousands of meals in the Brattleboro region.
Contributions by Orano Federal Services to community services near its nationwide facilities include Second Harvest chapters in Pasco, WA, and Charlotte, NC, supporting the pandemic response in those communities, plus donations to the Golden Harvest Food Bank in Aiken, SC, the Idaho Food Bank in Idaho Falls, ID, and the Multi-Service Center in Federal Way, WA.
Maryland Food Bank, Columbia, MD
Lynchburg Daily Bread, Lynchburg, VA
Vermont Food Bank, Brattleboro, VT
Second Harvest, Pasco, WA