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Apr 28, 2023
PRO*ACT donates to Disaster Relief

The devastation caused by the recent storms and flooding in California has been felt by many, with farms and communities statewide bearing the brunt of the damage. At PRO*ACT we believe that giving back to our community is an integral part of our corporate responsibility. That’s why we’re proud to announce our recent contribution to the Monterey County Storm Relief Fund to help those affected by the recent natural disaster. 
The storms and floods that hit California have caused significant damage to farms across the state. As a company that operates in the agriculture industry, we’re committed to ensuring that our community recovers from this disaster. 

It is important to note that disaster relief efforts are ongoing, and there is always a need for additional support. We have teamed up with Grower-Shipper Association of Central California to curate a list of organizations committed to providing relief locally. We encourage everyone to do their part in supporting relief efforts, showing that we are all in this together and that we stand with those affected by natural disasters. 

Chip Walker, President & CEO of PRO*ACT

Relief Considerations: 

Monterey County Storm Relief Fund 

The Monterey County Storm Relief Fund is helping to support families, businesses, and communities to recover from the damage caused by these storms. The fund is designed to provide financial assistance to those impacted by the disaster, including relief and recovery efforts for housing and business recovery. 

Food Bank of Monterey County 
The Food Bank of Monterey County partner is the primary food resource for locals. They partner with over 160 nonprofit organizations across Monterey County to provide high quality food, fresh produce, and educational & nutritional resources to our nonprofit member network—supplying more than 80% of all food distributed. 

Clinica De Salud Del Valle De Salinas  

Clinica De Salud Del Valle De Salinas provides basic health care to all residents of Monterey County, with a focus on families working in the agriculture industry. Those who’ve taken refuge in a shelter due to flood impacts also have medical needs that are going unmet, from lack of access to their medications and need for replacements to general medical screenings and services.  

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