American corporation specialized in fuel find the way to put together $103,000 to Haiti healing, in response to their own Haitians employees

SU-O1.- Even the Earthquake in Haiti happen more than a month ago the healing step is ongoing and still support is in need it, as some of the employees of RaceTrac Petroleum US.   

RaceTrac US petroleum


Employees receive the support by the corporation and in 3 days campaign “Coffee for a cause” make possible people give one hundred tree thousand dollars, as donation for families in need delivered by the Red Cross in Haiti, the act of deliverance of the Check was by the Operating  Manager for South Florida Brandi Moore who in exclusive interview expressed how supportive a corporation can be when they communicate with their employees, “Some of our employees are form Haiti and they ask for our support and we came out with a strategic that couldn’t stress our costumers but bring an extra to help our employees families”  She said. in their Davie City on Broward Location.  

A company it cares of its employees


That was a creative idea where people can consume a daily coffee and doing that, they make an important contribution for a great cause.  

Alicia Laszewski,  American Red Cross representative, had the responsibility to receive this donation from Race Trac surrounded  by witness, and coffee  costumers during time delivering this donation Race track agent assure us they will supervise the money will be used in the healing of Haiti’s People and hopefully close to their families employees.  

For families in Haiti


 American Red Cross has been the nation’s premier emergency response organization of a world-wide movement offering neutral humanitarian care over wars’ and devastating natural disasters victims, since was founding in 1881 by visionary leader Clara Barton.  

By Rosana Sandoval-G.
Journalist & Mass Media Consultant.
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