The Brandt Group of Companies announced they are joining with the John Deere Foundation to support the immediate and emerging needs of communities impacted by the catastrophic flooding in British Columbia with a total $120,000 in funding for the Canadian Red Cross.

“Stepping up when our employees, customers and the community needs us most is part of who we are at Brandt,” said Brandt CEO, Shaun Semple. “As a family-owned company, we are proud to support the many families in the communities that support us in this time of need.”

Brandt employees and customers live in many of the flood-ravaged areas. Brandt has 13 branch locations in B.C., serving hundreds of local customers impacted by the floods.

“It’s been a challenging year in British Columbia. Financial support from Brandt and the John Deere Foundation helps the Canadian Red Cross respond to the impacts of the recent floods and extreme weather and provide much-needed assistance to those who need it most,” added Pat Quealey, Vice-President, British Columbia and Yukon, Canadian Red Cross.  “Money raised will enable the Red Cross to carry out relief, recovery, resiliency and risk reduction activities in British Columbia. We are grateful for this support.”

Featured image: Brandt Offers Support Following Devastating BC Flooding (CNW Group/Brandt Group of Companies)

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