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M.C. Gill Corporation makes Hurricane Relief Donation

  • Friday, 11th November 2005
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M.C. Gill Corporation has made a donation to The Salvation Army Hurricane Relief program to assist hurricane victims on the Gulf Coast.

“Hurricane Katrina caused tremendous damage to the Gulf Coast, from Texas all the way across to Alabama, and we wanted to do something to help those people who have had their lives so devastatingly disrupted. “ Stephen Gill, Vice Chairman, M.C. Gill Corporation, explained.

M.C. Gill Corporation responded with a $10,000 corporate donation and matched additional employee contributions for a total combined contribution of $25,000. The donations will be given to The Salvation Army with 100% of these funds going directly to assist the victims of Hurricane Katrina.

“I thank all of our employees and shareholders who showed great compassion and contributed to this relief effort,” Stephen Gill said.

Donations were made by employees at M. C. Gill Corporation’s headquarters in El Monte, as well as its domestic divisions: Castle Industries, located in Ontario, California and Alcore, located in Edgewood, Maryland.

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