Verizon is supporting Northern California communities through a $500,000 contribution to fund the North Bay wildfire relief efforts, according to Verizon Chairman & CEO Lowell McAdam. The nation’s most reliable wireless provider pledged these funds to the Tipping Point Emergency Relief Fund, supporting immediate and long-term needs.
“The unprecedented North Bay fires affected thousands of people who live and work in this community,” McAdam said. “Running to a crisis is what we do at Verizon. By partnering with Tipping Point we can help North Bay families and businesses recover and rebuild.”
“Verizon’s support will help low-income communities hit hardest by the fires,” said Daniel Lurie, CEO + Founder of Tipping Point Community. “We are tremendously grateful for their leadership and generosity.”
Verizon also responded to the crisis in the following ways:
November 8, 2017