Brandt | North Texas Tornado Relief
We are proud of the commitment Brandt’s employees show to families, friends, neighbors and communities. Never is it more apparent than in a time of need. This weekend’s tornadoes and flooding in North Texas have caused many employees to ask “How can I help?”
First, and most importantly, we are in the process of confirming that all of our people are safe, and we are working to meet the immediate needs of anyone affected by the storms.
Second, officials in the affected cities have requested that donations be made to Red Cross or The Salvation Army. This morning, Brandt donated to the local Red Cross, directed toward those affected by this event. We invite you to contribute to the local Red Cross or Salvation Army this week, and Brandt will match all employees’ contributions dollar for dollar. If you choose to donate online, simply provide HR with a copy of your donation receipt to initiate your matching gift. If you prefer, you can give cash or a check made out to the Red Cross or The Salvation Army directly to HR. At the end of this week, we will total the contributions and donate a second matching donation to the Red Cross.
- American Red Cross Disaster Relief: Donate online through the Red Cross website, or by texting REDCROSS to 90999.
- The Salvation Army: Donate online through the Salvation Army website, or by texting STORM to 51555.
Other ways to help include:
- The city of Garland has created a clearing house for volunteers. Individuals or groups who want to volunteer in the recovery effort, register online at Recovers.org.
- Donations can also be made at Recovers.org.
- VFW 5076 at 2180 Meridian Way in Garland is collecting donations for storm victims. For more information, contact Ed Clinebell at email@example.com.
- City animal shelters are providing safe homes for pets separated from their families, and will gladly accept donations of money, pet food, towels and crates.
- Donations are being accepted at Burke’s Outlet, 2731 Market Center Dr., Garland, TX 75032.
Please keep those affected by these storms in your thoughts.