Bay Area Companies Donate For Hurricane VictimsHot Buzz

August 29, 2017 09:54
Bay Area Companies Donate For Hurricane Victims

Bay area companies are doing everything they could do to help the victims of Hurricane Harvey. From extra bucks at the checkout counter at local lucky supermarket to crowd funding sights on social media, there are many ways bay area is trying to help the victims of Harvey floods in Texas.

Lucky supermarket stores in bay area said that 100%the proceeds from 69 lucky stores will go the victims of Harvey through American red cross, Miranda said.

She also said, “We appreciate anything you can help us with”.

The Money drive started from Monday and ends Sept 4. “if everyone can just give a small amount, it can go a long way to those poor flows down there”, San Roman Resident said.

Crowd funding's such as Global Giving has raised more than $500,000 with a goal of $2 millions. Many large companies like Amazon and Apple are also collecting donations in partnership with red cross, chevron has already donated $1 million to red cross. There are many ngo’s that are helping in the effected area too.

Nearly 300 Harvey related campaign’s are working and had pulled in around $1 million so far, that money is going to help from animals organizations to families.

GoFundMe spokes men said, “We work behind the scenes with everyone involved, with campaign organizers, with beneficiaries, to make sure money is going to the right place and its transferred to appropriate party”.

These Donations are going to help those affected by the storm.

By A.s

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