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Disaster Relief

Culligan’s commitment to clean water and social responsibility has a global reach. We support disaster relief programs both locally and globally through Culligan Cares®. Our efforts have included a partnership with Convoy of Hope to provide clean water to communities who lack access to clean water following a disaster. In recent years, Culligan International and Culligan Dealers have provided bottled water through Convoy of Hope to the victims of Hurricane Sandy and the devastating tornadoes in Oklahoma.

2017

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Culligan Responds to Flooding in MO

Southern parts of Missouri have received heavy amounts of rainfall over the weekend, prompting Governor Eric Greitens to declare a state of emergency as flash flooding continues in many areas.
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2016

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Update: Hurricane Matthew Support

Culligan delivered over 73,000 bottles of water to Convoy of Hope last week for distribution to children and families in need and will continue to provide support as needed in the upcoming weeks and months.
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Culligan Responds to Hurricane Matthew

To help the millions of people affected both within and outside the United States, Culligan is positioning pallets of bottled water that will be distributed to those in need.  Through our partnership with Convoy of Hope, we are able to have a distribution process in place so that clean, safe water will be available.
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Culligan Helps Louisiana Flood Victims

The flooding in Louisiana has been identified as the worst natural disaster to strike the United States since Hurricane Sandy four years ago cited the Red Cross. To assist Convoy of Hope in relief efforts, Culligan has donated several truckloads of bottled water that will be distributed as needed to the flood victims. 
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Culligan Responds to West Virginia Flooding

Culligan is partnering with Convoy of Hope to respond to flooding in West Virginia where the state has declared a state of emergency in 44 counties and at least 23 people have lost their lives. Culligan has donated over 140,000 bottles of water that will be distributed through Convoy of Hope as they have the accessibility through FEMA to reach those most critically in need. The most recent truckload arrived this week and will help supplement the cities with comprised water systems.
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Culligan Aids in Fort McMurray Wildfires

A vast, intense wildfire that has forced more than 88,000 people to flee the Canadian oil city of Fort McMurray has been spreading and now threatens the local airport and engulfing more communities.
More than 1,600 homes and buildings have already been destroyed by the "heartbreaking" blaze, which has turned skies blood-red and rained ash on residents fleeing on crowded highways. More than 18,500 acres have already been scorched.
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2013

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Culligan Cares: Partners with Convoy of Hope to Provide Aid to Typhoon Haiyan Victims

Convoy of Hope is an organization we at culligan International hold near and dear to our hearts.  With the recent devastation in the Philippines from Typhoon Haiyan, we continue to stand by its side, providing bottled water to help with relief efforts.
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Culligan Cares Provides Help After Devastating Oklahoma Tornadoes

Culligan is spread all over the country but today our hearts are in Oklahoma.
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2012

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Culligan International Distributes Bottled Water After Hurricane Sandy

Culligan International continued its partnership with Convoy of Hope by donating 125,000 bottles of water for distribution in storm ravaged areas of New York and New Jersey.
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2010

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Convoy of Hope and Culligan Team Up to Bring Drinkable Water to Haiti

Convoy of Hope, the international relief organization, and Culligan, the industry leader in water treatment, will join forces again to deliver much needed drinking water to the survivors of the earthquake in Haiti.
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2005

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Culligan International Delivers Drinking Water in Wake of Hurricane Katrina

Amid reports that many people are without potable water, Culligan International Company is donating five semi-trailer trucks full of bottled drinking water to Gulf Coast residents in the immediate aftermath of Hurricane Katrina.
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