DALLAS, Dec. 20, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- Generational Equity, a leading mergers and acquisitions advisor for privately-held, middle-market businesses, is pleased to announce that it has made a $10,000 contribution to the American Red Cross to help those so severely affected by the tragic typhoon that struck the Philippines last month.
"The devastation that we have seen in the Philippines has touched us all," stated Ryan Binkley, President of Generational Equity. "During this season of giving and care, reaching out to those in need becomes even more important. That's why we felt the typhoon victims could really use some help right now."
According to the Red Cross, Typhoon Haiyan damaged or destroyed six times more houses than the earthquake in Haiti. Approximately 550,000 homes have been damaged and another 580,000 have been destroyed. The government of the Philippines has asked the international community to address the sheltering needs of 2.5 million people.
"We encourage anyone who wants to help to reach out to the American Red Cross and make a donation," said Binkley. "The size and scope of this disaster is unparalleled and it could take years before some folks there have their lives return to normal."
If you would like to help the typhoon victims out, you can do so by clicking on the link below:
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Generational Equity provides mergers, acquisitions, strategic growth advisory services, and information for privately held and family-owned businesses to exit their companies successfully. Generational Equity uses a four-phase approach that includes education, financial analysis and reporting, sales documentation and deal-making ability to offer business owners an unparalleled level of commitment and experience, all focused on helping to release the generational equity and wealth in every business. Generational Equity is headquartered in Dallas, TX, and has more than 200 professionals located throughout North America. For more information visit the following websites at www.genequityco.com, www.gecpress.com or http://blog.genequityco.com/.
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