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Micron Donates $30,000 for Wounded Warriors

Corporate Communication   |   November 12, 2012   |   Our Communities

Earlier this year, Manassas team members selected the Wounded Warrior Project with an annual fundraising goal of $9,000. On Veterans Day, the team presented $30,000 to the project to help raise awareness and enlist aid for the needs of injured service members. Manassas team members were both dedicated and creative in their fundraising efforts, hosting several bake sales, an iPad raffle at its 10-year celebration and a 50/50 raffle at the golf tournament in June. Additionally, the Manassas team worked with a local concert venue to earn money for the cause by volunteering team member time to work concessions.

These fundraising efforts combined with $4,000 from the Micron Foundation and the $1,000 from the site brought the total to $30,000 to support the Wounded Warrior Project.

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