Spectrum Donates to NYC Relief

By Happi Staff | 05.26.20

Delivers more than 6,000 bottles of Cutter Hand Sanitizer to aid the non-profit organization.

Spectrum Brands Holdings Inc., whose Home & Garden subsidiary supplies Cutter Brand products, is donating $100,000 to non-profit organization New York City Relief, along with more than 6,000 bottles of its recently developed Cutter hand sanitizer. The hand sanitizer was delivered May 22 and will be distributed by New York City Relief to those in need the week of May 25.
  
In April, Spectrum Brands announced that its Blacksburg, VA, manufacturing plant had shifted production to make hand sanitizer, a much-needed product during this unprecedented pandemic. Since then, the organization has supplied Cutter hand sanitizer to all of its US employees as well as its 15 US facilities.
 
In addition, the company has donated Cutter hand sanitizer to local organizations within the communities in which Spectrum Brands has operations, including the St. Louis Area Foodbank, the Northwest Arkansas Foodbank and Carilion Clinic in Roanoke, VA, among several other organizations.