DENVER (DENVER BUSINESS JOURNAL) - More companies have stepped up to donate money and help with flood disaster relief in Colorado.
RECENT COLORADO FLOODING STORIES
Here's a rundown of the latest donors:
- Raymond James Financial donated $200,000, splitting the money between the American Red Cross and Foothills United Way.
- CenturyLink and its employees donated $141,000 to the American Red Cross.
- Keller Williams Associates donated $100,000 to match the $100,000 raised by Elevations Credit Union. In addition, hundreds of Keller Williams Associates donated a day of service on Oct. 10, Rocky Mountain Relief Day, to help flood victims in Boulder County.
- The Humane Society of the United States made a $5,000 grant to Colorado Horsecare Foodbank in Evergreen. The money will be used to provide 22 tons of hay to families that own horses.
- Beau Jo's restaurants raised $2,340 at a Sept. 18 fundraiser, and split the money between the American Red Cross and Food Bank of the Rockies.
- Members of Royal Neighbors of America gave a check for $7,500 to Lyons residents Marta Dowell and Vicki Dyas, who established the Allenspark Neighbors Emergency Network. Royal Neighbors of America, a life insurance company, is based in Rock Island, Ill.
- Office Liquidators, the used office furniture outlet, delivered more than 150 pieces of furniture, worth $10,000, to benefit FEMA and AmeriCorps workers involved in flood-recovery efforts. Office Liquidators is allowing free use of the furniture for up to four months.
- Houston-based HUSA Management Inc., which owns four Baker St. Pub & Grill locations in Colorado, raised $5,000 through a Monday Night Football fundraiser, to help the Lyons Community Flood Relief organization.
See the full list here: http://bit.ly/18eEg8r.
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