Weatherford donates to Hurricane Harvey relief efforts

Weatherford International plc (NYSE: WFT) pledged $25,000 to Feeding Texas, the Texas Food Bank Network, and $25,000 to J.J. Watt's Hurricane Harvey Relief Fund to support and assist in relief efforts across impacted areas. These funds will help provide immediate resources across the state of Texas including food, water, and cleaning supplies, and will aid in long-term rebuilding efforts.

In addition to Weatherford's charitable contributions, the company is also raising money for employees impacted by the storm. Many Weatherford employees have been displaced from their homes, lost vehicles, and personal belongings. Across the organization, fellow employees are making generous supply and monetary donations which the company will match dollar-for-dollar.

Mark A. McCollum, president and CEO commented, "Weatherford is committed to supporting its communities in their time of need. Our hearts go out to all of those who have been impacted by the devastation caused by Hurricane Harvey. Our donations will help provide the community and our employees with immediate resources and aid in the longer-term rebuilding effort."

 



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