GM Employees Help with Texas and Puerto Rico Hurricane Recovery

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  1. xcel

    xcel PZEV, there's nothing like it :) Staff Member

    When Hurricane Maria struck Puerto Rico a few months ago, GM engineers mobilized to help the U.S. island territory.


    Hundreds of GM employees donated more than 12 tons of goods including batteries, solar cellphone chargers and lights, hand sanitizer, disinfecting wipes, bottled water, baby formula and canned foods.

    The giving didn’t start or stop there. When Hurricane Harvey was barreling down in Texas, Dallas-Fort Worth area employees collected trailers full of items and delivered them to nonprofit organizations in the impacted areas along the coast.

    Also in Texas, 30 employees helped families clean their homes of debris and start the rebuilding process as part of the Habitat Hammers Back campaign launch.

    Twenty-five employees from our Atlanta IT Innovation Center partnered with other companies to gather saws, hammers, tape and other items to help families in Puerto Rico repair their homes.
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