ATTLEBORO — Taunton State Hospital and the United Way of Greater Attleboro and Taunton honored employees of Sensata Technologies Wednesday for volunteering two days at the hospital.
The employees did landscaping work to create a reflective garden and built a shed to store bicycles.
About 21 employees dedicated two "Days of Caring" under the United Way program to help the hospital as part of the company's annual community service.
"We cannot say enough for what this company has done for us over the years," Sandy Epstein, director of volunteers at the hospital, said at a ceremony held at Sensata.
Dianne DePippo, the president of the United Way, said when employees volunteer at nonprofit agencies, it allows those agencies to spend more of its money on services and less on operating expenses.
Sensata Chairman and Chief Executive Officer Tom Wroe said volunteerism service is how the employees show their passion for the community.
The company was presented with a plaque honoring its dedication and employees were given citations.