Mosaic Announces $100,000 Donation for Disaster Relief Efforts
The safety of our employees and their families is a top priority at Mosaic. As a company, we’ve been working hard to connect our employees with critical resources to support their personal Hurricane Ida storm recovery.
At Mosaic, we have the opportunity – and responsibility – to support the communities that we operate in – and where our employees work and live. St. James Parish in south Louisiana is home to our Faustina and Uncle Sam Phosphate facilities. In addition to the support Mosaic is providing its employees and their families, we have committed to help the community recover from the impacts of the storm.
Mosaic today announced a $100,000 disaster relief grant to the Capital Area United Way. The Capital Area United Way supports ten parishes in south Louisiana – including the St. James Parish where many of our employees live. These funds will help provide immediate needs to the community as they begin the recovery process.
Click here to read more about the impacts of Hurricane Ida on our Louisiana facilities.