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Honeywell named Albuquerque 2019 Corporate Volunteer of the Year

Apr 19, 2019, 11:38 AM

From raising thousands of dollars bowling for Big Brothers Big Sisters of Central New Mexico, to sparking interest in STEM careers for thousands of students, Honeywell employees who work on the Kansas City National Security Campus contract in Albuquerque are fierce champions of their community.

The New Mexico team’s passion, leadership and hard work earned them a major honor: Albuquerque’s 2019 Corporate Volunteer of the Year. Albuquerque Mayor Tim Keller and First Lady Elizabeth Kistin Keller celebrated our volunteers at the 2019 Mayor’s Day of Volunteer Recognition Ceremony on April 10.

More than half of our employees in New Mexico volunteered in the community in 2018, logging more than 700 hours of service. The team actively supports the Discovery STEM Festival, ALS Walk, Paws & Stripes, FIRST LEGO League, Tech Trek and Special Olympics. 

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