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Honda donated over $ 300,000 to help Haitians

Honda announced today that it has made a donation of more than $ 300,000, portable generators, water pumps and of other products Honda Red Cross. This money and these facilities will be used as part of rescue operations and humanitarian relief in Haiti.

This donation represents the contribution of the group of companies of Honda North America, active in sales, manufacturing, finance and research and development in Canada, the United States and Mexico, and employ more than 31,000 associates.

"We want to collaborate in the Contributed response to the immense needs that the disaster created among the Haitian population," stated Manabu Nishimae, President and CEO of Honda Canada Inc. "Honda has supported the Red Cross in the past and continue to help provide essential support.

"The disaster in Haiti touches us deeply, Canada, since many Haitians settled here and many of them still have family out there. Moreover, Canada has sponsored significant humanitarian initiatives Haiti for many years, which has strengthened the ties between the two countries. "

Today's funding of teams already on site intervention constitutes an emergency, said the Red Cross. Honda is working closely with the Red Cross regarding its needs in material and equipment, such as generators and water pumps, and will continue to work with them to determine their needs in Haiti.

Honda has given more than $ 300,000 in cash. Parallel of donations from various companies Honda and intended for the relief fund of the Red Cross for victims of the earthquake in Haiti will be added to this initial amount.

Honda Canada, active in the country for 40 years, employs more than 4,600 associates in the context of its sales activities, manufacturing and financing in Canada.

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