Hurricane Harvey - KAI Houston

Dear MonoSol Colleagues – as I’m sure you are aware, Hurricane Harvey made landfall in Texas on Friday night causing major damage with its catastrophic winds and flooding. 
KAI in Houston has confirmed that there have been no injuries or damage to their facilities at this time.  All employees are accounted for, their headquarters is closed and only limited employees are on-site at the plants.   They are currently assessing the situation and will begin establishing a Recovery Plan to assist with the needs of their employees and families. 
With this said, the CSR Team is asking for your help to aid in their recovery efforts.   MonoSol will match any donation and our CEO, P. Scott Bening, will also personally match any donation.  So this DOUBLE MATCH will turn a $20 donation into $60!

Please help make a difference for these victims of Hurricane Harvey. 

Questions, please see:
Merrillville – MaryAnne Rybicki or Diana Johnson
Portage/DuneLand – Shirelle Combs or Dan Volk
La Porte - Melanie Kroczek or Michelle Carney

 Thank you for your support and generosity.

The GoFundMe Team has requested that campaigns for Hurricane Harvey report information for donors.  Please be advised of the following:

1. This account is set up by MonoSol and their CSR Team.  One of the team leaders, MaryAnne Rybicki initiated the set up of the campaign.

2. MonoSol and KAI are part of the Kuraray Family.

3.  The funds will be used specifically or all employees of KAI who were affected by the storm.

4.  The withdrawl plan for the funds collected will be the sole responsibility of KAI.  The account has been set up so that KAI is the only beneficiary and the only entity able to withdrawl the funds from this campaign.
  • diana johnson - MonoSol 
    • $2,885 
    • 60 mos
  • John Steele 
    • $40 
    • 60 mos
  • Andy Scalf 
    • $25 
    • 60 mos
  • Pat Dailey 
    • $100 
    • 61 mos
  • Jeff Pawlak 
    • $100 
    • 61 mos
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Organizer and beneficiary

MaryAnne Rybicki 
Merrillville, IN
Jennifer Murphy