National Grid Donates 33,500 Tubs of Sanitizing Wipes to Local Non-Profits in MA, NY and RI
May 06, 2021 - 11:30 AM
National Grid today announced the donation of more than 30,000 tubs of its surplus sanitizing wipes to over 60 non-profit organizations across Massachusetts, Rhode Island and New York.
“While COVID-19 cases are down and vaccinations are increasing, we know that every dollar these organizations can save on supplies can help direct resources toward their important mission,” said Edward White, Vice President of Social Impact, National Grid. “We hope our surplus supply will help keep our community partners and those they serve safe and healthy as we navigate out of this pandemic together.” Some of the organizations across New England and New York that have been selected to receive the donations include:
To see the full list of organizations, please click here.
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