Hyundai Motor Manufacturing Alabama
LLC is donating $50,000 to the American Red Cross for tornado relief efforts.
The donation of $50,000 concerns aiding the Red Cross as they work to assist Alabama people devastated by the storm. Since the storm, the American Red Cross has been in Lee County to give food, shelter, and other emergency services for those affected.
“We are grateful to our partners like Hyundai Motor Manufacturing Alabama who allow us to provide help and hope to those who need us most,” stated Mark Beddingfield, regional executive officer with the Alabama region of the American Red Cross. “As of March 7, the Red Cross has an open emergency shelter at Auburn United Methodist Church, along with two emergency aid stations, located in Opelika and Smiths Station, where disaster clients have access to disaster mental health, health services, and spiritual care.”
HMMA employs over 2,500 Alabama residents, consisting of residents in Lee County.