Hess Corporation Donates $1 Million to Hurricane Harvey Relief
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Hess Corporation Donates $1 Million to Hurricane Harvey Relief

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“Our hearts go out to the people impacted by this unprecedented storm,” said CEO John Hess. “To support Mayor Sylvester Turner and the Houston community in the immediate recovery and longer term rebuilding efforts, we are donating $1 million to the Hurricane Harvey Relief Fund.”

In addition, Hess is offering a matching gift program for employees who wish to make a personal contribution to these relief efforts. Hess will match every donation employees make in the coming weeks to relief efforts by the Hurricane Harvey Relief Fund, American Red Cross and United Way of Houston.

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