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Supporting Non-profits During COVID-19

18.04.2020, 01:54

Supporting Non-profits During COVID-19

Ecolab has donated $1.7 million of cash and products to non-profit organizations providing relief to families and businesses during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Working with World Emergency Relief (WER) which addresses the critical needs of children, their families and surrounding communities, the company has donated more than 205,000 pounds of cleaning and sanitizing products.

Ecolab has also committed $700,000 towards fundraising efforts by United Way of America – the “go-to” provider of the 211 community disaster relief resource which is staffed 24/7, and funded by pooled donations collected by almost 1,200 other charitable organizations.

Restaurant workers impacted by COVID-19 are being supported with contributions to the National Restaurant Association Employee Relief Fund.

In its home city, Saint Paul (the seat of Ramsey County – the smallest and most populous county in Minnesota, , the global supplier of facility services and water, hygiene and energy technologies, is additionally supporting  hunger relief organization Second Harvest Heartland, Higher Ground Saint Paul Shelter, multi-service agency Neighborhood House, youth social services provider Face to Face, and the Saint Paul Bridge Fund which is providing relief to families and small businesses.

Ecolab Chairman and CEO, Douglas M. Baker, Jr., says: 

“We’re committed to supporting our customers, our employees and our communities during these challenging times.

“We’re proud to be in a position to partner with many organizations that are providing essential services to those in need as a result of the global pandemic.”

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