• Atlanta Companies Donate Big For Quake Relief

    ATLANTA - Two of Atlanta's best known companies are donating $1 million dollars each in cash and services to the relief effort in earthquake-crippled Haiti.

    The donations are coming from UPS and Coca-Cola.

    Atlanta-based shipping giant UPS said Wednesday the donation through its charitable arm, The UPS Foundation, consists of $500,000 in cash and up to $500,000 of services for the shipment of needed supplies.

    The funds will be divided between various relief organizations, including the American Red Cross and UNICEF.

    HOW: You Can Donate To Quake Relief

    Earlier Wednesday, automaker General Motors announced a $100,000 donation through its charitable arm to the relief effort.

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