When Jim Pulley, a UAW member in Spring Hill, Tenn., saw the devastation caused by the tornadoes that hit Moore, Okla., he jumped into action and set up collection boxes at all of the General Motors Co. (GM) plant entrances in his hometown. His union, Local 1853 , expanded on his initiative by involving its Community Services Committee. GM and other community groups also got involved. Ten days later, the combined efforts of the union and the community resulted in three semi-trailer truckloads of supplies headed to help the tornado survivors.
“The response has been amazing,” UAW Local 1853 spokesperson Jack Cobb said. “Please join us in sharing this passionate and overwhelming show of support to Oklahoma families with other communities.”
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