ConocoPhillips is to contribute US$ 1 million to support flood relief efforts following massive flooding in southern Alberta. The Red Cross will receive half of the money and the other half will go to local non-profit organisations supporting the relief and recovery efforts. ConocoPhillips has also announced that it will match any donations made by individual company employees and retirees to the relief fund.
‘So many people in southern Alberta have been impacted by this disaster, and we want to support the outstanding work that emergency responders and organisations like the Red Cross have been doing, and will be doing over the coming days and weeks,’ said Ken Lueers, President of ConocoPhillips Canada. ‘Our thoughts are with all of those who are dealing with the impact of this flood, and our sincere thanks to volunteers who have been working to help their neighbours. Canadians are resilient, and together we’ll work to recover from this unprecedented natural disaster.’
Adapted from press release by Claira Lloyd.
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