We’re proud of these Moore clients creating hope following Hurricane Michael

The Moore team in Tallahassee is a short drive away from the coastal communities and rural inland towns ravaged by Hurricane Michael.

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Terrie Ard

Chief Operating Officer and President

While daily life in the capital city has, for the most part, returned to normal, recovery for our neighbors to the west will be a long process. Michael was one of the most violent hurricanes to ever hit the mainland United States. Everyone in its path will need our help for months to come.

The Moore team is dedicated to being there for the long haul because service is part of our DNA. Since Michael hit on Oct. 10, the power of the Moore network to improve lives has been in full effect, and it’s so much bigger than our internal team. Our clients, their employees, their customers and caring people in every community we serve have mobilized to meet needs in Florida and Georgia.

The response highlights what Moore is dedicated to every day – partnering with clients that positively impact people and communities. We do our best when we stand shoulder-to-shoulder with people as passionate as we are. That’s an important part of the Moore Mantra, which is on the wall in our headquarters for everyone to see and remember.

There has never been a time that the Moore Mantra rings truer as Florida and Georgia rebuild. Michael killed at least 34 people, leveled countless homes and businesses, left thousands of people homeless and destroyed schools and community gathering places. But Michael’s destruction is no match for the outpouring of love and support that we’re witnessing now.

The Moore team is proud to partner with clients that are doing everything they can to help. We started working with clients to champion their recovery efforts immediately following Michael, and we’re honored to highlight some of them here:

BASF

The BASF Corporation donated $100,000 to two United Way locations to assist with recovery efforts.

CareerSource Florida

CareerSource Florida allocated an additional $1 million to help Floridians get back to work following Michael.

Florida KidCare

Florida KidCare, which offers affordable health insurance for children, stepped up to cover premiums in the hardest hit areas for three months.

Florida Sheriffs Association

The Florida Sheriffs Association and its members collected water, food, gas and clothing for the Florida Panhandle. Deputies from around the state mobilized to help keep communities safe.

Feeding Florida

Feeding Florida provided thousands of bottled waters and ready-to-eat meals and continues to work closely with state and federal partners to ensure those impacted have food.

Florida College System Foundation

The Florida College System Foundation launched FCS Cares to assist students, faculty and staff at colleges hit by Michael.

Healthcare Remedy

Moore was honored to help the Healthcare Remedy team spread the word about the Emergency Prescription Assistance Program, which helps people without health insurance in disaster areas get prescription drugs and medical equipment.

#ClientsThatCare

Over the past 25 years, Moore has built a reputation as a dedicated community advocate. We’re committed to corporate social responsibility, and it’s one of the things we do best. We encourage our team members to make a difference through volunteering and board service and championing our clients’ outreach efforts is a priority.

We love our clients (around here, we call them partners), and we love working with them to create positive change. We’re coming together and doing more following Hurricane Michael, and we invite you to join us.

Please follow along on our social media channels as the work continues and do what you can to help.

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