Motorcoach community helps with disaster relief

Posted on January 21, 2010 by Metro Magazine

Both this week and last week, the American Bus Association (ABA), United Motorcoach Association (UMA) and ABC Companies all announced that they are contributing to relief efforts for the victims of the Haiti earthquake.

On Thursday, ABC Companies announced that it will match contributions made by employees, customers and vendors. Last week, the UMA encouraged its members to join them in donating to the American Red Cross and the American Bus Association and its charitable arm, the ABA Foundation announced a joint donation of $25,000 to the American Red Cross.

The news reports that there is still a desperate need for assistance, especially after the recent aftershocks left even more victims homeless, and there are countless venues for donations. Has your operation donated funds, or set up a way for your employees and passengers to do so?

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