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FLD Pledges $10,000 Toward Tsunami Relief Efforts

January 11, 2005

DELRAY BEACH, FL — After one of the deadliest earthquakes in the past century, parts of Asia hit by the resulting tsunami will need years to recover. Support continues to pour in from around the world and FLD announced on January 6 that it has decided to step up and assist in the relief efforts. On behalf of FLD and its customers, CEO Michael Sheinson, has made a $10,000 donation to be given to various charities involved with relief and recovery efforts. As employees and clients have a number of values, beliefs, and religious affiliations, FLD felt compelled to divide the $10,000 among a number of charities rather than one lump sum.“FLD, on behalf of its customers, felt compelled to help victims of the tsunami and hopes this money will help in some small way as aid continues to pour into affected areas,” said Sheinson. FLD provides vehicle remarketing services to banks, financial institutions, credit unions, and commercial fleets.Charities Receiving Gifts:
  • Food For The Hungry
  • Christian Children's Fund
  • Baptist World Aid
  • American Jewish World Service
  • Lutheran World Relief
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