IWLA Surpasses Fundraising Goal, Presents ALAN with $25K Check

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Caption: (Left to right) IWLA Vice Chairman Clifford Otto and IWLA Immediate Past Chairman Rob Doyle, CWLP, present Kathy Fulton, executive director of ALAN with the $25,000 check from IWLA.

Congratulations! IWLA members showed their support of the American Logistics Aid Network (ALAN) with a total donation of $25,650 raised since the IWLA Convention & Expo in March. In honor of the 125th Anniversary, IWLA pledged to commit up to $25,000 to the nonprofit and encouraged members to donate resources and financial contributions. This makes the combined IWLA-related donation $50,650 since mid March.

“IWLA recognizes ALAN’s accomplishments in activating supply chain partners for humanitarian relief. The warehouse logistics industry has come together in support those efforts in a more profound way,” says IWLA President & CEO Steve DeHaan. “As an association it is important to communicate the value of ALAN to our members and make it easy for them to commit and to donate to this worthy cause.”

“When disaster strikes, humanitarian relief and emergency management groups look to ALAN and our partners like IWLA for supply chain services and leadership,” says ALAN Executive Director Kathy Fulton. “This donation allows us to meet those needs and ensure critical supplies such as food, water, and medicine reach survivors quickly and efficiently.”

The IWLA pledge will continue for the next two years with up to $75,000 total matched.

Thank you to the participating IWLA member companies.

Doyle Distribution

ASW Global LLC

Goggin Warehousing

J&S Warehouse

Evans Distribution Systems

ODW Logistics

Distribution Technology

Hall’s Warehouse Corporation

Lansdale Warehouse

RBW Logistics

Palmer Logistics

Impact Logistics

United Warehouses

Integrated Distribution Services

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