UPF takes the Polar Plunge
The Uranium Processing Facility Project broke its own record for most funds raised in Tennessee for the Polar Plunge, raising $28,172 for Special Olympics Tennessee. The team raised $5,000 more than last year’s record-setting amount.
“Thanks to the generosity, hard work and dedication of the people at UPF, more athletes will be able to get involved in Special Olympics,” said Sonica Khatri, president of NextGen, which sponsored the effort in February. “The level of effort this year was amazing and a great example of teamwork.”
UPF has been the top corporate fundraiser in Tennessee the past three years. In addition to becoming the top corporate fundraiser in the state this year, UPF had the top five fundraisers in Knoxville.