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Navistar donates step van for tornado relief

Navistar International has donated a step van valued at $20,000 to the Hale Empowerment and Revitalization Organizations, a catalyst for community development in areas of the Alabama Black Belt. The van donation is intended to help the nonprofit in its rebuilding efforts following devastation from the April 27 tornadoes. 

In addition to the vehicle donation, the truck maker donated $50,000 to the Governor’s Emergency Relief Fund, established by Gov. Robert Bentley to help Alabama residents recover from the storm. The funds will operate on an ongoing basis to help citizens who have used all other sources of disaster relief, such as FEMA, the American Red Cross, the Salvation Army, among others.

Also aiding in relief efforts were employees at Navistar’s Melrose Park engine plant who secured generators at the Huntsville engine plant when they were without power.

For more information visit www.navistar.com

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  1. […] Finally, Navistar International donated a step van (pictured) to the Hale Empowerment and Revitalization Organization in Hale County, Ala. Alan Stegich, national service director for Navistar’s Workhorse custom products business unit, and Andrea Clay (left), Workhorse legal and consumer affairs manager, present the keys in this picture to HERO Executive Director Pam Dorr (center). HERO is heavily involved in rebuilding efforts in the wake of the devastating tornadoes that swept through the state of Alabama, where Navistar has significant operations. […]