Dana gives $100,000 to tsunami relief
Jan 1, 2005 12:00 PM
In response to the recent tsunami devastation in South Asia and India, Dana Corp has contributed $100,000 (US) to the Red Cross International Response Fund to support the humanitarian relief and recovery efforts.
In addition, Dana will make a second contribution to the Red Cross by matching employee and retiree donations made to registered charitable organizations through Jan 31, 2005, that support the tsunami relief efforts.
“Our thoughts and prayers go out to all who were touched by this tragic event,” said Mike Burns, Dana chairman and chief executive officer. “In the wake of this devastating tragedy, Dana Corp, its employees and retirees are committed to helping with the recovery and rebuilding efforts in South Asia and India. We hope that our contributions will help make a difference in the recovery process.”
Dana operates five facilities in India. In South Asia, Dana operates three facilities in Indonesia and Thailand. None of the eight Dana facilities were affected by the tsunami.
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