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American is proud to be a USD 1 million member of the American Red Cross Annual Disaster Giving Program (ADGP) and is committed to supporting those impacted by natural disasters.
Clayton, Mo.-based Enterprise Rent-A-Car said it will donate $1 million to the American Red Cross's Annual Disaster Giving Program for the second consecutive year.
Red Cross Annual Disaster Giving Program members have make donations on an ongoing basis, in advance of major disasters, to help the Red Cross ensure an immediate response to meet the needs of those affected by disasters of all sizes, at no cost and regardless of income.
WALTHAM - The American Red Cross has recognized National Grid, headquartered in Waltham, for its support of Red Cross disaster response work through the Annual Disaster Giving Program.
Effective immediately the company is offering early prescription refills, non-cancellation of policies and premium deferral and support for the American Red Cross through a USD500,000 annual commitment to the Annual Disaster Giving Program of the American Red Cross which offers shelter, food, emotional support and other assistance to people in affected communities.
The Huggies brand diaper pledge is in addition to the $1.5 million financial commitment Kimberly-Clark has made to the American Red Cross Annual Disaster Giving Program. Together, Kimberly-Clark and the Huggies brand will monitor ongoing relief efforts through its American Red Cross partnership and, where possible, continue to assist those families and communities rebuild in the aftermath of the recent tornado devastation.
Bob LeRoy, director for disaster major gifts for the American Red Cross (ARC), in Washington, D.C., said the organization had received huge donations from corporations that go above and beyond ongoing commitments given through the Annual Disaster Giving Program. Because of the economy, LeRoy said corporations had been more cautious about their donations before the events of September 11, but have given more freely since the tragedy.
These donations are in addition to American's long-standing agreement with the American Red Cross as one of its Annual Disaster Giving Program Members.
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