DALLAS, Texas — City Electric Supply (CES), a family-owned electrical wholesaler headquartered in Dallas, Texas, invests in its employees and their communities through a $50,000 corporate donation to the American Red Cross to help those impacted by recent storms recover.
“We have such a strong presence of branches in areas that are highly hurricane-prone. We have already seen a couple of very powerful storms this year and it’s still early in the season,” Thomas Hartland-Mackie, CEO and President of City Electric Supply, said. “Our employees are what make this company special and their investment in their communities is who we are.”
CES donates to many charitable causes annually, often those that are closest to the hearts of employees. There is so much continued devastation in the aftermath of Hurricane Dorian and Tropical Storm Imelda, it’s important to company leadership that those in a position to help, make it a priority.
“Please donate, volunteer or help in any way. It’s our neighbors, our family members, and our communities that are impacted in these situations,” Hartland-Mackie said.
Having supported disaster relief for many years, the American Red Cross is a strong partner for City Electric Supply.
“City Electric Supply is a great partner of the American Red Cross, having supported multiple disaster relief operations since 2017,” said Keith Rhodes, CEO, American Red Cross North Texas. “The support we have received from City Electric Supply has helped the Red Cross provide assistance to hundreds of families impacted by disaster. We are thankful for City Electric Supply’s generous donation and for their ongoing support of the humanitarian mission of the Red Cross.”Tagged with City Electric Supply, disaster recovery