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Wipro to contribute $250,000 towards rebuild Texas fund

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New Delhi | Wednesday, 2017 11:45:04 PM IST
 
IT major Wipro on Wednesday announced that it will partner with "Rebuild Texas Fund" to help in the recovery and rebuilding efforts following Hurricane Harvey, which left a trail of destruction across the US state.

According to the company, in order to support affected communities, it will contribute $250,000 towards the fund which has been set up by the Michael & Susan Dell Foundation in collaboration with the OneStar Foundation.

"This unprecedented natural disaster calls for a massive rebuilding initiative. Wipro has a significant presence in Texas and a deep relationship with the local communities," said the software major's CEO and MD Abidali Z. Neemuchwala.

Wipro employs over 1,200 people in Texas, with major operations in Dallas and Houston.

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2017-09-13-23:00:07 (IANS)

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