GE Transportation Announces $1.3 Million Contribution to United Way
GE Transportation recently announced a $1.3 million contribution to United Way. The donation combines employee contributions to the 2010 United Way campaign with a 50% match from the GE Foundation.Despite lower total employment at the Lawrence Park plant in 2010, employees' total giving increased over the previous year. While there were fewer donors, those who contributed to United Way increased their giving by an average of $50 per person. "This contribution demonstrates our commitment to supporting our neighbors in the community through challenging times," said GE Transportation President and CEO Lorenzo Simonelli. "In 2010 the needs in the community were great, and GE and its employees wanted to make a difference in people's lives. The needs continue, and so does our willingness to help." To continue reading about GE’s donation to the 2010 United Way campaign, click here.
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