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Jarden Consumer Solutions Community Fund Donates $6,000 To Ronald McDonald House Charities of the Four States

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Jarden Consumer Solutions (JCS) announced today that its employee-funded JCS Community Fund donated $6,000 to Ronald McDonald House Charities of the Four States. The fund is committed to providing essential services and opportunities to at-risk youth, women and families in communities where JCS employees live and work, and has donated more than $5 million across the country since its creation in 2004.

The Joplin-based Ronald McDonald House Charities of the Four States Provides temporary housing for the families of seriously ill children and ill expectant mothers who are being treated at nearby hospitals. Funds donated by the JCS Community Fund will be used to cover auto expenses and lodging for families living in the facility during the hospitalization of a child in critical care.

Our employees recognize the importance of supporting neighbors in communities where they live and work,” stated Rocki Rockingham, JCS vice president of community relations and communications. “Through their generous contributions to the Fund, JCS employees demonstrate genuine concern for those in need while making measurable improvements in the quality of their lives.”

During the third quarter of 2014, the JCS Community Fund also provided donations to organizations in Arkansas ($5,000), California ($5,600), Mississippi ($15,800), South Florida ($125,390), and Tennessee ($25,000). In total, the JCS Community Fund approved grants totaling $182,790 in the third quarter of 2014.

To follow the activities of the JCS Community Fund, visit the organization's Facebook page at www.facebook.com/JCSCommunityFund .

The Jarden Consumer Solutions Community Fund is the Company's employee-funded charitable giving entity. As a 501(c)(3) organization, the JCS Community Fund provides monetary grants to qualified charitable organizations that engage in community development initiatives (focusing on at-risk women, families and youth, and food programs) that serve the communities where JCS employees live and work. More information about the Company and the JCS Community Fund can be found on the Web at www.jardencs.com.

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