Bayer and Its Employees Provide Help to Japan
After the Earthquake and the Tsunami:
Immediate Relief and Sustainable Support Worth More Than EUR 1 Million
Leverkusen, – Following the devastating earthquake and subsequent tsunami in Japan, Bayer and its employees are providing help. First of all, Bayer is providing immediate financial aid to the value of EUR 880,000 – which is the equivalent of Yen 100 Million – to the Japanese Red Cross. The funds are intended to help assist communities or individuals severely affected by the catastrophic events. Furthermore, the company intends to provide the Japanese health authorities with around EUR 120,000 worth of health products that are urgently needed.
In addition to the immediate relief, Bayer is also calling on its employees worldwide to make donations through the Bayer Cares Foundation. The company will match the donations up to the amount of EUR 250,000. These funds are to be used for a reconstruction project yet to be defined in one of the worst affected areas.
Bayer has been operating in Japan for more than 100 years and employs some 3,660 people there. None of the employees was injured as a consequence of the earthquake or the tsunami.
Find more information at www.bayer.com.
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