DOW Technologies has donated a percentage of its sales to the Hurricane Ian relief effort. DOW’s donation, in excess of $25,000, went to the Florida Disaster Fund.
As Hurricane Ian’s destruction had wide-ranging impacts on the state of Florida, DOW wanted to provide assistance to those in need. DOW put together a plan to donate a percentage of sales, which created an opportunity for its customers around the country to be involved. DOW announced that a percentage of sales from September 30 to October 4 would be donated on the behalf of participating customers. DOW’s customers can be confident that part of each purchase is going towards those impacted by the storm.
“We recognize that our support for local, independent businesses extends to supporting local communities,” states DOW’s president and CEO, John Yodzis. “Our customers have great impacts on the communities they live in both professionally and personally, and we wanted a way to bring that support from customers across the country to help those affected. We’re very happy to have made the donation on behalf of all of our customers that participated.”
For more information, visit www.dowtechnologies.com.