Business community seek to help Katrina victims

September 2005
Hudson Valley Business Journal;9/19/2005, Vol. 16 Issue 19, p31
Reports on the fund raising project of the Louisiana Association of Business and Industry for the small businesses that were affected by the hurricane Katrina in the entire Central Gulf Coast of the U.S. Requisites to be a fund recipient; Evaluators of the fund applicant; Address where donations are received. INSET: How businesses can help.


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