Hurricane Sandy: Gap and Welch's Give Back
In addition to contributing more than $250,000 worth of clothing to the American Red Cross and $750,000 in cash to help those impacted by this devastating storm, Gap donated warm clothing for over 1,000 families in the Staten Island area on "Anderson Live" today.
Gap has been helping our communities has been a deeply held value since they were founded in 1969.
They are exploring additional ways to support the recovery efforts and lift the spirits of the people and communities in need.
For more information, go to Gap.com.
Our friends at Welch's also generously loaded up a truck-full of products, which will be delivered to the families affected and distressed by Hurricane Sandy in the Staten Island community to help as they work to rebuild their own lives.
Welch’s believes in helping people find ways to share life’s everyday moments -- and they have been doing so for generations. They have partnered with Family-to-Family, an organization that connects families with more to families with less, and who has developed a specific Hurricane Sandy Relief program.
Share what’s good with Welch’s.
For more information, visit Welchs.com.