Abbott Expands Disaster Relief, Providing $4.25 Million to Help Families Affected by Hurricane Maria, Earthquakes in Mexico, Other Recent Hurricanes
Sep 29, 2017 12:45 PM ET
To help families affected by recent disasters, Abbott and its foundation the Abbott Fund are providing $4.25 million in donated products and grants to support hurricane and earthquake relief. Most recent efforts focus on Hurricane Maria and earthquakes in Mexico – here's a brief summary of our efforts, with links for more information:
- For Hurricane Maria, Abbott and the Abbott Fund are providing $1 million in additional relief to help communities in Puerto Rico and other Caribbean islands affected by Hurricane Maria. Click here for more information.
- For the Mexico earthquakes, Abbott and the Abbott Fund are providing $1.25 million in relief. This includes $1 million in relief to help communities affected by the recent earthquake in Central Mexico, and $250,000 in earlier funding and product donations for relief efforts following the earthquake in Southern Mexico. Click here for more information.
For more information on Abbott's support for relief efforts following Hurricanes Harvey and Irma, as well as proactive efforts to help communities to prepare for hurricane season, click here.