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The St. Joe Community Foundation Announces $1 Million Donation Towards Hurricane Michael Relief Efforts in Northwest Florida

Business Wire Thursday, 11 October 2018
The St. Joe Community Foundation Announces $1 Million Donation Towards Hurricane Michael Relief Efforts in Northwest FloridaWATERSOUND, Fla.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--The St. Joe Community Foundation today announces $1 Million donation pledged towards relief efforts for the region of Northwest Florida affected by Hurricane Michael. Exactly where these funds will be directed is to be determined as relief efforts are underway and needs will be identified. “The St. Joe Community Foundation is honored to be able to contribute to the relief efforts from Hurricane Michael,” said Jorge Gonzalez, The St. Joe Company President and C

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