October 6, 2017


Ally Employees Donate and Volunteer to Help Hurricane Victims

Ally Employees Donate and Volunteer to Help Hurricane Victims
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Employees at Ally’s Jacksonville location assist neighbors in their communities affected by Hurricane Irma.

With a commitment to “Do Giving Right,” Ally employees show an outpouring of support for hurricane victims.

Following the devastation caused by Hurricane Harvey, Ally matched employee contributions to the American Red Cross disaster relief efforts resulting in a $66,000 donation.

In the aftermath of Hurricane Irma, Ally partnered with World Vision, a Humanitarian Aid Organization, to pack and ship 1,550 hygiene kits. Employees across 15 Ally locations came together to pack the kits, which included a written note of encouragement and 16 personal items including shampoo, toothbrushes, toothpaste, soap and washcloths.

Detroit volunteers pack 200 hygiene kits help those impacted by Hurricane Irma.

Several Ally employees in Texas and Florida also helped by opening their homes to neighbors in need of shelter, assisting with clean up and using their personal boats for search and rescue.

“Our hope is that the monetary donation and hygiene packs will help make life a little easier as they begin this period of recovery,” said Jacqueline Howard, senior director of corporate citizenship.

Congratulations Ally Financial Inc.!