Corning Employees Participate in United Way's 2016 Day of Action
Employees Participate in Day of Action 2016
Corning employees recently participated in The United Way of the Southern Tier's 2016 Day of Action, volunteering their time and skills to help local non-profit and government agencies throughout the community with various service projects.
"It was great to see so many Corning employees and United Way supporters come together around a common goal: improving and giving back to our community," said Gary Calabrese, senior vice president and director of Global Research, and chairman of this year's United Way campaign.
Participating employees helped landscape at Glove House, a not-for-profit children’s agency, Pathways, Inc. Erwin Child & Family Center, and The Arc of Chemung’s Alpine Place a not-for-profit home for individuals with intellectual and development disabilities.