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General Motors is sending help to Haiti from right here in Miami

GM is sending help to Haiti
GM is sending help to Haiti
General Motors

In a joint effort between the General Motors Foundation and the William J. Clinton Foundation, the American automaker is sending 30 of their GMC Sierra pick up trucks to Haiti as well as over a quarter of a million dollars worth of additional aide, all loaded onto a barge this morning on the Miami River destined for the distressed island nation.

“I’m pleased the GM Foundation has made a generous donation of trucks to our relief efforts in Haiti, which will be instrumental in mobilizing food and lifesaving supplies,” President Clinton said. “The American auto industry has made great strides to increase aid and assistance to Haiti, and GM’s leadership demonstrates what corporate citizens can do to help the people of Haiti rebuild and recover from the massive earthquake.”