Coffman employees join together to support Louisianans affected by the record flooding.
Coffman raised $12,440 for the American Red Cross Disaster Relief response in Louisiana. Employees donated $6,220 and the company matched the amount, bringing the total to $12,440. The support will go toward aid, shelter, food, and support services, to help thousands of Louisianans affected by the flooding brought on by record rainfall. The American Red Cross estimates the relief effort will cost at least $30 million.
“We have seen the footage and reports of the devastation in Louisiana and our hearts go out to the many individuals that were impacted and working toward recovery. I am impressed by the generosity of our employees and the commitment from our leadership to match their individual donations,” said David Gardner, Coffman Engineers’ Chief Executive Officer. “It makes me proud to be part of an organization that is so willing to come together and support others in their time of need.”
Coffman’s support for the American Red Cross and other organizations is rooted in our vision to care for the communities where we live and work. We are driven by truly making a difference. This donation to the American Red Cross is one of several national and international relief response donations Coffman and the employees have made to the organization over the last few years.
Coffman’s donation was received by Kris Pitcher, Major Gifts Officer, of the American Red Cross Northwest Region. Craig Lee and Tom Arnold, Principals in Coffman’s Spokane office, are actively involved in the Greater Inland Northwest Chapter and currently on the Board of Directors.
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