ADM Donates Second Wave of Hand Sanitizer

ADM Donates Second Wave of Hand Sanitizer

July 2nd, 2020- ADM made their second donation of hand sanitizer to community organizations to help stem the spread of COVID-19. Five cases of sanitizer were given to the Salvation Army on behalf of ADM Cares.  This donation is apart of the 10,000 bottles given to community organizations and facilities, including hospitals and other long term living facilities.

Luitenant Shanell Debela of the Salvation Army says the donation will go along way to help staff and clients at the Salvation Army.
Ashley Fultz of ADM Cares Says “It is important for us to be able to give back to organizations in the communities where our colleagues live and work. And Decatur of course is one of our largest populations of colleagues.”
Each case is filled with 1.75-liter bottles of hand sanitizer that is created with procured ethical alcohol from ADM. Within the second wave of distribution 40 organizations will collect these bottles of hand sanitizer. Listen to the full podcast with ADM Cares’s Ashley Fultz and the Salvation Army’s Luitenant Shanell Debla now.