MIDLAND, Mich. (Sept. 12)—In the wake of Tuesday's terrorists' attacks in New York, Washington D.C. and Pittsburgh, the Dow Chemical Co. Foundation is donating $1 million to several agencies, including the American Red Cross International Relief Fund, "to be used to support relief workers and to help feed and shelter the many people who have been dislocated because of the attacks," President and CEO Mike Parker said. The company noted it has heightened security at all Dow Chemical facilities and it is requiring all employees to wear identification badges.
Dow Chemical contributes to relief effort
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