Update to Hurricane Relief Efforts Undertaken by Gesipa USA of Mocksville
We have all seen the recent devastation from Superstorm Sandy and know that many people are faced with difficult challenges ahead of them. People are without basic everyday items and are still struggling to make it day to day.
Many will remember that on November 2, the folks at Gesipa USA in Mocksville called their corporate offices in NJ to find out if everyone was okay. After the call was over, the team at Gesipa USA in Mocksville decided to organize a local storm relief drive to help provide support for those still being affected by the storm.
11 Pallets of Supplies and Thousands of Dollars Raised
Over the last 2 weeks, Gesipa employees collected a total of 11 pallets of supplies along with $1,156 in CVS gift cards, $835 in donations to the local Church in New Jersey, and $214 in cash.
Thank You Davie County!
Karen Creason, office manager at Gesipa USA in Mocksville said, “We have been amazed to see the determination and compassion that the Gesipa team and the local community exhibited. We have received support from various churches, individuals, clubs, schools, non-profit agencies and businesses that have helped make this possible. This shows what business and communities can do together when duty calls. We feel that these types of actions help bring communities closer together and we would like to thank everyone who helped and participated in making this a success. “
Please join with us as all of us in Davie County say “Thank You” to the employees at Gesipa USA in Mocksville for a job very well done!