Welcome to the Inaugural Issue of Our Revamped Holtec Happenings

Holtec International takes great pride in building and maintaining relationships with its key external stakeholders. As part of our efforts to keep you informed, we welcome you to our first issue of Holtec Happenings!     

With Holtec Happenings, we plan on sharing stories about our impact on the communities where we operate. On a routine basis, we will keep you updated on our work in the community and how we’re partnering together to make a difference. To us, it is not just where we do business, but it is also our home.   For Holtec, our years of success as an industry leader are due to the work of our dedicated employees throughout the world. With Holtec Happenings, we will also recognize our employees for their achievements inside and outside of the work. Our next issue will feature this year’s employee award recipients for their professional excellence, so stay tuned!

Holtec, with Camden Fire & Police Departments, Donates 1,000 Winter Coats to Children Throughout Camden

In partnership with the Camden Fire and Police Departments, Holtec International donated more than a thousand winter coats to children throughout Camden. With support from employees who are part of Holtec’s North American Young Generation in Nuclear (NAYGN) chapter, coats were sorted, boxed and loaded onto a fire truck and police vehicles for delivery to schools and community groups throughout Camden.

“The winter weather is already here and it’s only going to get colder,” said Sister Helen Cole, Director of Guadalupe Family Services. “We are so grateful that children in Camden will be able to keep warm in the weeks and months ahead with their new coats thanks to Holtec.”

“On behalf of the Camden Sophisticated Sisters (CSS), we would like to thank Dr. Singh and everyone at Holtec for their generosity,” said Tawanda Jones, CSS President and Founder. “This is a POSITIVE step in the right direction for ‘BUILDING UP THE COMMUNITY.’”

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Written by Amy Grant

Amy Grant is a graphic designer and web developer. She is the founder of the Southwark Historical Society, a volunteer based group that studies the Southwark Historical District located in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.