Share the Love Update: September 12, 2017

As our Alorica family along the East Coast is still feeling the affect of Irma’s power, our family in Texas is also still healing from the devastation caused by Hurricane Harvey. Our Beaumont site, after the wrath of Harvey, still needed basic day-to-day supplies. In true Alorica hero style, our Durant, Sherman and Tulsa MLBA Chapters rallied together to deliver these essential items – but, little did they know when they arrived, that they would get their own special delivery! They were greeted with singing and cheering and a warm Beaumont welcome! Check out their celebration, and other pictures of family taking care of family, on our MLBA Facebook Page.

Thanks to all of you who’ve supported our team members affected by the hurricanes. Your generosity has raised over $137,000 toward the MLBA Disaster Relief Fund.

If you’d like to contribute to the fund, you can still donate by visiting the MLBA Website.

Beaumont Heroes

Share the Love Update: September 11, 2017

We are extremely thankful to all of you who have come forward to help your team members during this difficult time. With Hurricane Irma looming and Hurricane Harvey causing devastation throughout Texas, true Alorica heroes have rallied behind our team mates, raising over $136,000 towards the MLBA Disaster Fund.

We’re also incredibly grateful to the Alorica heroes who’ve donated their time and resources to support those devastated by Hurricane Harvey. Our teams in Corpus Christi, San Antonio, Durant, Sherman, Tulsa, Plano, and Austin all stepped in to help get much needed supplies to their Alorica family in need.

There’s still time to make a difference if you want to help our teams rebuild from the destruction caused by these hurricanes. You can donate to the MLBA Disaster Relief Fund with a credit card or through payroll deductions.


Share the Love Update: September 8, 2017

Hurricane Irma continues to slam through the Atlantic leaving destruction in its path. The storm is expected to hit South Florida by tomorrow and our Alorica sites along that region are braced for impact and readiness plans are in place.

Our Antigua site is on alert as Hurricane Jose heads their way. Currently, the site is not under hurricane warning but high winds and heavy rain are expected to reach their location by Saturday.

In the meantime, as we continue to monitor these hurricanes, our Alorica heroes are hard at work, rallying behind those who have been affected by the devastation of Hurricane Harvey.

The insanely great people in our Austin and Corpus Christi sites have gone above and beyond to help their family in Humble. The Austin volunteers not only packed up a truck with much needed supplies for the team members in Humble – they fed them lunch as well! In true Texas style, they pulled out the BBQ, with all the fixings!

Moved by the compassion shown by the Austin team, Tom Stuewe, VP of Operations in Humble, shared, “Thanks so much for your generosity and for taking the time to hand deliver everything so desperately needed by our Alorica team mates in Humble. You guys are awesome!”

The team in Corpus Christi is paying it forward. After receiving much needed assistance from our San Antonio site, they too are helping the Humble family. Their site has barely recovered from the damage caused by Hurricane Harvey and they are driving almost 250 miles to deliver much needed supplies. And with anticipated road closures the trip could take them over five hours to get there!

Thank you, Austin and Corpus Christi, for your amazing demonstration of love and support.

If you’d like to make a difference to those affected by the hurricanes, you can donate to the MLBA Disaster Relief Fund. Contributions can be made with a credit card or payroll deductions.

The incredible outpour of help by our MLBA Chapters has already raised over $136,000 towards the fund.

Keep on the lookout for additional updates and stories about true Alorica heroes.

Thank you Austin team!

Share the Love Update: September 7, 2017

Hurricane Irma, one of the strongest hurricanes on record to sweep the Atlantic, is making its way over the Dominican Republic and towards our Alorica sites on the East Coast of the United States. And as Irma wreaks havoc, two new hurricanes, Jose and Katia, are forming.

As these storms develop, so do heart-warming stories of true Alorica heroes from all over the world as our team rallies behind their Alorica family affected by the destruction.

Genevieve Davis is one individual who stepped up to help her family at Alorica. Genevieve, from our Tucson East site, joined in a fund raising effort to help our Alorica family at our Texas sites. Genevieve gave from the heart by selflessly donating 100% of her overtime pay earned over the last two weeks to the MLBA Disaster Relief Fund.

“I know what it’s like to be in that situation, I was once homeless,” she shares, losing everything she had at the time to a flash flood.

Spending the last ten years working hard to put her own life back together again, her contribution is an amazing demonstration of generosity. Thank you Genevieve for being the definition of a loving and generous member of our family at Alorica.

You too can make a difference today – even if you are not part of an MLBA chapter to help – by donating to the MLBA Disaster Relief Fund with a credit card. Alorica employees can also contribute through payroll deductions here.

Already, MLBA has collected over $135,000 to help our Alorica family, and donations and service to our local communities are still in great need.

Look for additional updates and stories of our Alorica Hero’s. We hope for the safety of all impacted team members and their families.


Share the Love Update: September 6, 2017

San Antonio Crosswinds Delivery

As our colleagues throughout Texas recover and look to rebuild from Hurricane Harvey, Hurricane Irma continues to force its way through the Atlantic. All of our Alorica sites in the path of the hurricane are on high alert, preparing for potential damage by stocking up with food, water and alternate power sources.

With your help, we’ve already raised over $130,000 to assist our Alorica family who’ve been affected by the storms. But more help is needed. Many of our team members in Texas are still without power, shelter and basic supplies, and with Hurricane Irma charging across the Caribbean and headed toward the United States, the need for support is greater than ever.

You can make a difference today – and you don’t need to be part of an MLBA chapter to help. Anyone can donate to the MLBA Disaster Relief Fund with a credit card and Alorica employees can contribute through payroll deductions. 100% of the funds collected will go directly to employees in need of assistance.

We will continue to post updates as the situation develops. We hope for the safety of all impacted team members and their families.