May 10, 2016

 

GE Transportation continued their support of Junior Achievement both on the bowling lanes and in local Erie schools.

The Bowl-A-Thon, organized by the Global Technology and Global Supply Chain teams, raised $16,600 on May 5. Donations from an earlier LEGO Challenge bring the amount given to Junior Achievement to almost $19,000.

Congratulations to the Global Technology Team for winning the Super Bowl challenge by raising more funds than Global Supply Chain!  

Special thanks to all of our employees for their efforts to benefit our local community. 

To see how else GE Transportation gives back to the community, visit our Community Relations page. 

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GE Transportation’s Erie team dedicated the entire month of April to fundraisers, events and activities designed to help raise money for the March of Dimes. Teams raised more than $63,000 throughout the month, add a $15,000 corporate donation and the total exceeds $78,000! 

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