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 user 2005-09-09 at 10:33:00 am Views: 54
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    Xerox to Donate More Than $2 Million in Cash, Equipment, Services for Hurricane Katrina Relief

    STAMFORD, Conn.–Sept.
    2005– Xerox  Corporation has committed more than $2 million in
    financial and technical assistance to help the people and communities
    hardest hit by Hurricane Katrina. Xerox is allocating its contribution
    in the following way:

    An in-kind donation to the American Red Cross of $1.2 million to
    provide Xerox equipment, services, software, supplies and technical
    support in Red Cross operations centers and shelters to help ensure
    critical information is quickly distributed and shared.

    An immediate $250,000 cash contribution to the American Red Cross for
    relief efforts in New Orleans, Baton Rouge and Kenner, La.; Jackson and
    Gulfport, Miss.; and Mobile, Ala. – the communities in which local
    Xerox sales, service and warehouse operations are based.

    A pledge of $500,000 to organizations that will be identified in
    collaboration with locally based Xerox employees when reconstruction
    efforts begin.

    The release of up to an additional $50,000 in Xerox Community
    Involvement Program funds to support Xerox employees who are
    volunteering their time and energy to relief efforts.

    Xerox estimates that 200 of its employees have been impacted by the
    storm. These employees continue to receive full compensation and
    benefits. The company is working to provide shelter, legal services,
    cash advances, counseling, and other support.