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Donate to Hurricane Relief Through the AGC Foundation

You may be aware that as a member of the AGC Oregon-Columbia Chapter you are also a member of the national organization, which stretches across the nation and has over 26,000 members. Many of our fellow contractors live in areas recently hit by Hurricanes Harvey and Irma. Their communities need the support of many people from across the country.

Through AGC of America’s AGC Charities, our chapter foundation has committed to supporting recovery. We invite you to join the foundation in supporting these efforts.

AGC Oregon-Columbia Chapter FoundationThe Oregon-Columbia Chapter Foundation has committed $10,000 to recovery efforts in the Houston area and another $10,000 to recovery efforts in Florida. During the foundation discussions, the board also elected to add an additional $20,000 in matching gifts.

By donating through the chapter foundation, every dollar you pledge to the Relief Fund will be matched, effectively doubling your donation. Now that the initial thrust of news coverage is winding down, it is the time to make a difference in the communities of our fellow AGC contractors.

Please let us know if you commit $250, $500, $1,000, or more to help these stricken communities. The easiest way is to send us an email.

This can be either a personal or corporate pledge. We will send you an invoice, and remember: the chapter’s foundation will match your gift.

Thank you for considering this request.

Steve Malany
AGC Oregon-Columbia Chapter Foundation Chair

 

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