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Volunteers worked at Classroom Central in Charlotte, which provides free school supplies to local teachers.

During the first week of September, the Newell Brands' Rubbermaid Commercial and Consumer division’s Huntersville office mobilized employee volunteers within the communities of Huntersville, Charlotte and Davidson to make an impact in the areas of hunger and education.

Over 80% of the division’s Huntersville office employees partnered with regional nonprofits to help 2,000 people by preparing hundreds of meals, beautifying community spaces and equipping local students with 600 school supply kits.

Employees collectively spent over 4,900 hours volunteering at Classroom Central – Charlotte, NC; Ada Jenkins Center – Davidson; Angels & Sparrows Soup Kitchen – Huntersville; Second Harvest Food Bank – Charlotte; and Urban Ministry Center – Charlotte.

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"Our people believe in giving back to the community in which we live. Give Week aims to create a healthier, more sustainable community environment," said Matt Russell, VP of HR, Newell Brands' Rubbermaid CCS Division. “We’re proud that in just one week, we were able to complete work that will benefit thousands of our neighbors.”

Newell Brands Inc. has a long-standing commitment to corporate social responsibility. With over 30,000 employees globally, Newell Brands deeply believes in the importance of giving back, serving and investing in the communities where it operates. As a leading consumer goods company that touches millions of lives daily, Newell Brands is uniquely positioned to help create a more sustainable world.

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