Worldwide Paper is donating $100,000 to assist its staff and others in Alabama who have been impacted by the tornados that tore via the state on Jan. 12.
As with many different areas on Jan. 12 the Worldwide Paper mills in Prattville and Selma have been broken. Employees reported that their properties had additionally been broken that day.
“At our Riverdale Mill in Selma, greater than 50 IP group members have confirmed some degree of harm to their properties, starting from damaged home windows to whole destruction,” mentioned anfrom the corporate.
“The groups there are working to concern tarps and instances of water in addition to IP catastrophe reduction bins with requirements like cleaning soap, toothbrushes, gloves, and many others. At our Prattville Mill, a few dozen group members reported harm to their properties, together with no less than three which might be at a complete loss. The close-knit neighborhood is grieving after a rural space within the county was utterly devastated.”
The donation is being finished via the corporate’s Worker Reduction Fund (ERF) program. Moreover, Worldwide Paper is supporting reduction efforts by United Approach of Selma and Dallas County and River Area United Approach.
“The beneficiant spirit of our IP household is in fixed movement, and through disasters like this, we maintain true to our firm’s imaginative and prescient by serving to our staff and communities how and the place we will,” mentioned Russell Harris, Worldwide Paper Vice President, Containerboard Manufacturing.