Culligan Expands Hurricane Matthew Relief Efforts
Hurricane Matthew relief is part of the Culligan Cares initiative. Our commitment to be responsible stewards of our water resources, communities and environment.
- Culligan Cares donated 800 5-gallon water bottles to Haiti, in continued humanitarian efforts following the passage of Hurricane Matthew. Culligan’s non-profit also delivered over 73,000 bottles of water to Convoy of Hope for disaster relief in the American Southeast. This came in addition to thousands of bottles of water that were pre-positioned in warehouses before the storm.
- Culligan of Northern Indiana sponsored the Kosciusko County Shrine Club’s 18th annual turkey shoot. The club supports local school children, and philanthropic organizations nationwide.
- Culligan of San Antonio supported Chalk It Up, an event to raise money for Artpace, a group that offers creative and artistic educational programs to 14,000 children. Culligan of San Antonio also sponsored the Edwards Aquifer Conservancy Water Forum, a catalyst for informed discussions about regional water issues.
- Keppler Culligan Water Treatment supported the Allentown Fall Festival. Allentown Association is a community service organization that promotes business development and neighborhood beautification.
- Culligan of Baxter, MN donated water to the Crow Wing County DWI Court’s Annual Hog Roast. The group’s mission is to enhance public safety, reduce the drunk driving rate, and increase the success of treatment.
- Culligan New Jersey donated water to the Lake Hopatcong Foundation Lake Loop fundraiser, an organization established to improve and conserve Lake Hopatcong.
- Culligan Central Illinois donated bottled water to volunteers at Kewanee’s citywide cleanup. More than 300 vehicles helped junk, scrap, and recycle 75,000 pounds of debris.
- Culligan of Bloomington designed and donated a bra to be sold at Fort Jesse Imaging’s 2016 Breast in Show Auction. The event benefits Pink Partners of the Community Cancer Center.
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