By Michael C. Fields, Director of Philanthropy, ITT Corporation
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A long-time supporter of BCLC, UPS is a valuable corporate citizenship partner to nonprofits and peer companies around the world.
Western Union announced a limited-time “No Transfer Fee” program for money transfers sent to Haiti from participating locations in the United States, Canada, Dominican Republic, Jamaica and select locations in France. The program also is available through WesternUnion.com from the United States and Canada.*
If there is one theme unifying the work of the Chamber BCLC, it is that the diversity of the interests of the American business community is an enormous strength of the U.S. economic system. You name the issue, and there is some company working on it.
I was invited to participate in a NOAA workshop this month. There were university professors, research scientists, government experts, and me.
This morning BCLC’s Stephen Jordan broke via CNBC that business contributions for Haiti relief and recovery have surged past $100 million. “Mobilizing more than $100 million in just ten days is extraordinary
The Nationwide Foundation has partnered with the American Red Cross to support Disaster Services and Biomedical Services for more than 25 years.
At the time of this writing, the business community has already raised over $106 million in the span of less than ten days in response to the earthquake in Haiti. This does not include the role the networks