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Suburban Propane Celebrates World Caring Day and World LPG Day

Whippany-based Suburban Propane Partners, L.P. celebrated World Caring Day and World LPG Day with a series of community initiatives and clean-up activities led by employee volunteers across the country.

Community endeavors include:

  • Lincolnville Museum & Cultural Center: Joined forces with Historic Tours of America to support the Lincolnville Museum & Cultural Center (LMCC) to help preserve African American history in St. Augustine, Florida
  • American Red Cross & The Links, Inc.: Teamed up with the American Red Cross and The Links, Inc., to commemorate the contributions of Dr. Charles R. Drew, an innovator in the realm of blood transfusions, and to host a Sickle Cell blood drive in Inglewood, California
  • Keep Austin Fed: Sorted items for food-sustainability initiative with Keep Austin Fed, aiding individuals confronting food insecurity in Austin, Texas
  • Crayons to Classrooms: Joint effort to create essential educational tools for teachers in Dayton, Ohio
  • Operation Adopt A Soldier: Care package assembly effort in Saratoga Springs, New York, aimed at supporting troops stationed overseas

“We believe the best way to celebrate World Caring Day and World LPG Day is by reflecting on our direct volunteer work within our communities,” stated Nandini Sankara, spokesperson for Suburban Propane. “We are incredibly proud of our employees who recognize that assisting others enhances the quality of life for all.”

Additionally, Suburban Propane volunteers helped to do their part for the environment with a series of clean-up initiatives as part of the Company’s Go Green with Suburban Propane program, emphasizing its dedication to promoting propane as a clean-burning fuel and its commitment to a sustainable, zero-carbon energy future. More than 60 Suburban Propane employees, joined by family and friends, collectively volunteered in their local communities.

Suburban Propane’s Earth-focused initiatives, include:

  • Brevard, North Carolina: Participated in the City of Brevard’s Adopt-a-Green Space Program, contributing to the cleaning and restoration of the garden at Tannery Skate Park
  • Coventry, Rhode Island: Worked with the Coventry Department of Public Works to clean-up local streets
  • Detroit, Michigan: Teamed up with the State of Michigan’s Island Lake Recreation Department to remove litter and enhance the beauty of local beaches
  • Eugene, Oregon: Combined efforts with the City of Eugene Parks and Open Spaces to remove trash and waste littered along the river of Maurie Jacobs Park
  • Fort Myers, Florida: Collaborated with the City of Fort Myers to beautify a stretch of State Rt. 41
  • Laramie, Wyoming: Assisted Feeding Laramie Valley, a non-profit organization, with preparing community gardens
  • Phoenix, New York: Teamed up with the Village of Phoenix to organize a street and sidewalk cleaning initiatives
  • Susquehanna Valley, Pennsylvania: Worked with the Montgomery House Library to clean, organize, and repair items in the library

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