President Container Group’s “PCG Cares” initiative has provided thousands of corrugated containers to three Ukrainian relief organizations, as well as medical supplies to a fourth group.
More than 4.3 million residents of Ukraine have fled their country due to the Russian invasion, making the exodus the largest European refugee crisis since World War II. Ukrainian relief organizations contacted President Container Group’s PCG Cares initiative, requesting corrugated containers to package supplies to benefit Ukrainian refugee families.
The corrugated containers donated by PCG Cares are filled with food, hygiene products, pet food and backpacks. Medical supplies were sent to Poland, where the goal is to transport them across the border into Ukraine to assist those in need.
“Our goal is to help each other, one box at a time,” President Container Group Vice President Larry Grossbard said. “We are all responsible for doing our part to serve the communities around us. By providing corrugated containers, we will provide one more necessary item to help aid the Ukrainian refugee crisis, or food pantries, shelters, and other such organizations, helping them stretch their resources further and help more people in need.”
“These humanitarian groups are providing crucial resources, assistance, and support during what is an international crisis. If other organizations are still in need, we would love to help in any way that we can,” said Grossbard.
President Container Group’s generosity has been graciously acknowledged. “Plast Ukrainian Scouting Organization New York City branch gratefully acknowledges your contribution of 130 cartons for our Ukraine fundraiser,” said organization representative Natalie Danysh.
President Container Group is one of the largest manufacturers of corrugated containers in North America, producing more than 2 billion square feet of corrugated products every year. PCG Cares reflects PCG’s deep concern for its communities and the greater good, also demonstrated by President Container Group’s sustainable practices. The company fabricates its corrugated containers with renewable and recycled source materials when possible, which are manufactured, transported, and recycled using renewable energy.