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ABC to match Haiti earthquake donations

Posted on January 21, 2010

ABC Companies announced on Thursday that between now and Friday, Jan. 29, it will match the contributions of its employees, vendors and customers made to the Clinton Bush Haiti Fund.

One hundred percent of the contributions made to the fund are directed to support reliable charities on the ground in Haiti working with earthquake survivors to recover and rebuild.

Many organizations within the motorcoach industry have already made sizeable donations to aid Haiti, including the United Motorcoach Association and the American Bus Association.

If you wish to participate and have ABC match your contribution, send your check, made payable to the William J. Clinton Foundation to:

ABC Companies

Attn: Haiti Earthquake Relief Fund

17469 West Colonial Drive

Winter Garden, FL 34787

If you have questions, contact Stephanie at 800-222-2871 ext. 77234

 

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