Kimberly-Clark to the rescue
August 24, 2004 By Pulp & Paper Canada
Dallas, TX Victims of Hurricane Charley, the storm that ravaged Punta Gorda and Port Charlotte (some 100 miles so…
Dallas, TX Victims of Hurricane Charley, the storm that ravaged Punta Gorda and Port Charlotte (some 100 miles south of Tampa, Florida) will have Kimberly-Clark to thank for their personal hygiene products. In response to the Salvation Army’s request for items of this nature, Kimberly-Clark delivered more than $125,000 worth of goods to the Tampa-area Salvation Army Relief Centre last week.
Truckloads of products including baby items, facial and bath tissue as well as paper towels were included in the donation.
“We’re incredibly thankful for the timely relief effort provided by Kimberly-Clark Corporation and its employees,” said Kevin Smith, emergency disaster services director for the Salvation Army in Florida. “The products supplied will fulfill an immediate need to victims throughout the Tampa area.”
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