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PITTSBURGH — Bayer on Friday announced that it is providing monetary support for disaster relief efforts through donations totaling $150,000 from the Bayer USA Foundation.
The American Red Cross and Save the Children will each receive $75,000.
“When millions of people are affected by devastation in the form of natural disasters, it is important to be able to provide assistance to families and communities in a time of great need,” stated Tracy Spagnol, chairperson of the Bayer USA Foundation.
Bayer has approximately 7,000 employees along the East Coast in the states most impacted by Hurricane Sandy, the company noted.