United Way of Bucks County receives $10,000 donation

The funds came from Cummins Inc. Foundation and will support initiatives like Bucks Knocks Out Hunger and Stuff the Bus

The Times

From L: Ellen A. Diorio, HR Leader — East Operations, Cummins Sales and Service; Jennifer Dredge, Sales Manager, PG Service Sales — East Region, Cummins Sales and Service; and Danielle Bush, Director, Community and Volunteer Engagement, United Way of Bucks County.

The Cummins Inc. Foundation announced that it will provide a $10,000 grant to United Way of Bucks County in support of Bucks Knocks Out Hunger, Stuff the Bus, and other community projects.

Employees at Cummins Sales and Service in Bristol are dedicated supporters of United Way and requested the funding on behalf of the local nonprofit.

In addition to funding, the Cummins team provides significant support. Projects include providing free oil changes as part of the transportation emergency needs program, supplying and packing toiletry kits to those in need, and participating in signature events like BKO Hunger and Stuff the Bus. Many Cummins employees are donors through their United Way workplace campaign.

Jennifer Dredge represents Cummins on the United Way of Bucks County’s board of directors, having been elected in May 2019.