Flood victims get some help through donation from Gringo’s Corporation

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HOUSTON -  After the devastating floods that hit the Greater Houston area, Gringo’s Corporation stepped up to help with flood relief efforts. On Tuesday, members of the Gringo's team presented to the Greater Houston Storm Relief Fund, a relief program created by Mayor Sylvester Turner, in the amount of $100,000.00.

The generous donation is made possible due to the fundraising campaign held on Tuesday, April 26 at all 13 Gringo’s and Jimmy Changas’ locations.

Several of Gringo's restaurants were severely impacted by the floodwaters. “This is part of what we do, we believe in giving back and helping the communities where we live, work and dine,” says Heather McKeon, Gringo’s Vice President of Marketing.

The Greater Houston Storm Relief Fund was created by Mayor Turner to accept flood relief donations for residents of the recent floods.  The fund will focus on aiding storm victims and relief organizations in Harris, Fort Bend and Montgomery Counties.

 

 

 

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