ERI Gives $20,000 to Children's Charity

Recruiter's funds directed to help those affected by Katrina

BONITA SPRINGS, Fla. -- Energy Recruiters Inc. (ERI), an executive search firm that specializes in the petroleum, convenience store and other retail industries, has donated $20,000 to the National Center Missing & Exploited Children's mission to assist those affected by Hurricane Katrina.

The group's mission in the Gulf Coast Region is to help families become reunited with their children and provide short term financial support.

The owners of ERI, who were both raised in New Orleans, have family in the area that were displaced [image-nocss] by the devastating storm. Chris McAuliffe, Bonita Springs, Fla.-based ERI's president and CEO, said, This is a great organization that is committed to helping children. They have already made a difference in helping the families impacted by Katrina. For more information on their efforts please go to

ERI has a longstanding commitment to helping children's causes. We believe that our success is a direct result of our values, integrity and philanthropy. We contribute 10% of our revenues to our client's children-based charities. Our commitment is a joint effort by our great clients and the ERI team, said McAuliffe.

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