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CLARK awards eight non-profit organizations with pallet jacks

CLARK Material Handling Company would like to congratulate the recipients of its Raising Hope Pallet Jack Giveaway Project. CLARK reviewed a list of nominated non-profit  organizations in the greater Kentucky Bluegrass area that could use a pallet jack to further their community service and/or charity work. From that list the eight organizations below were chosen to receive one pallet jack each.

• Lexington Rescue Mission – Lexington, KY
• Salvation Army – Lexington, KY
• Clark County Community Services – Winchester, KY
• Quest Farm – Georgetown, KY
• Newton’s Attic – Lexington, KY
• HOPE Center – Lexington, KY
• CAP: Christian Appalachian Project – Lexington, KY
• Amen House – Georgetown, KY

Dennis Lawrence, CLARK’s president & CEO states, “We are very excited anytime we are able to give back to or support our local community. Each of these organizations has a need that will be filled with the pallet jack they received.” As a core value CLARK has a governing principle of supporting our local communities through philanthropy and community service. CLARK recognizes the importance of being a good corporate citizen, the value of charitable nonprofit organizations in our communities, and we support them in various ways. Over the last seven years CLARK has raised over $237,000 and donated over 4,000 hours to local nonprofit organizations. We believe our employees are among the most generous and compassionate people around.
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