November 25, 2020
T-Mobile: Making a special 988-emergency lifeline to provide mental health support services available to its customers amid the pandemic.
T-Mobile: Making a special 988-emergency lifeline to provide mental health support services available to its customers amid the pandemic.
Mascon Medical: Donating $400,000 worth of masks, gowns, face shields, electro-static sprayers to three high-risk communities in Massachusetts.
Guaranteed Rate: Announced that its employee-driven fundraising effort donated more than $3.3 million to Baby2Baby, a nonprofit organization providing basic necessities to children living in poverty, as demand increases during the COVID-19 crisis.
Soapbox: Donating 12,000 bars of soap to a pair of coronavirus testing sites in Washington, D.C.
ProudLiving Companies: Partnering with five New Jersey municipalities and community-based organizations to distribute Thanksgiving turkeys to families in need amid the pandemic.
Beer Kulture: Partnering with Green Bench Brewing in St. Petersburg, FL, for a holiday toy drive for families affected by COVID-19.
Walmart: Partnering with companies including Butterball and Coca-Cola to provide a traditional Thanksgiving meal in an effort to meet the increased needs of American families struggling with food insecurity this year.
Southeastern Grocers: Donating more than 8,000 frozen turkeys to communities in its market areas and holding 22 turkey donation drives in Florida, Louisiana, Mississippi, Alabama, and South Carolina.
AVer Information: Donating 57 Chromebook charging carts to Federal Way Public Schools in Federal Way, WA.
Sheetz: Donating 1,000 meals in addition to a $25,000 monetary donation to the Mid-Ohio Food Collective.
Hardwire: Donating 200,000 face shields to the Maryland State Department of Education.
IKEA: Donating $5 million to the state of Texas to pay back what the company received in unemployment benefits for its workers in the state who were previously furloughed due to the pandemic.
Security Financial Bank: Collecting nonperishable food items for local Wisconsin food pantries, as well as pledging to match donations up to a total of $10,000.
NuWave LLC: Donating 100 OxyPure Air Purifiers to educational institutions around the country that have resumed in-person learning.
A&T Subaru: Donating blankets to the Keystone Opportunity Center in Souderton, PA, to help with increased need due to the pandemic.
Stop & Shop: Donating 1,000 Thanksgiving turkeys to Feeding Westchester through its Turkey Express program.
Chicagoland Food & Beverage Network: Donating nearly 20,000 pounds of new product to local food banks and pantries.
Airbnb: CEO Brian Chesky is donating $10 million to nonprofit organizations and frontline workers fighting COVID-19.
The Walt Disney Company: Donating 1 million books to Boys & Girls Clubs across the country through the end of the year.
The GIANT Company: Donating 10,000 turkeys ahead of Thanksgiving to 28 food banks across Pennsylvania, Maryland, Virginia, and West Virginia.
Murray Electric System: Partnering with the Tennessee Valley Authority to award $20,000 to Murray-Calloway County United Way to help the local community during the ongoing COVID-19 crisis.
Foster Farms: Donating 96,000 pounds of Thanksgiving turkey to feed more than 120,000 individuals struggling with food insecurity.
DHS: Working with iHeartMedia to donate tens of thousands of smartphone chargers to hospitals in cities hardest hit by the pandemic and aid in COVID-19 relief efforts.
NRPL Foundation: Raised more than $32,000 to provide 40 T-Mobile WiFi hot spot units for the New Rochelle School District.
Gun Lake Tribe: Donating $500,000 to Allegan County, MI, schools and county government to assist during the pandemic.
Sunpro Solar: Donating and installing solar energy panels that will power facilities for Joy Junction, a homeless shelter in Albuquerque, NM.
John Deere: Donating $12 million to 465 local and regional charities in Illinois through its annual John Deere Classic golf tournament, despite the event being canceled.
DonateAToy.org: Teaming up with Toys for Tots to launch a virtual toy drive enabling companies and employees to donate holiday gifts during the pandemic.
Diamonds Direct: Donating $50,000 to help children battling food insecurity through a partnership with No Kid Hungry.
Rome Hospital Foundation: Delivering five cases of face shields to the Rome City School District to help prevent the spread of COVID-19 as students return to in-person learning.
General Mills Foundation: Donating an additional $4 million to nonprofits working to alleviate growing food insecurity worldwide.
Comerica Bank: Donating $350,000 to Michigan Women Forward, a statewide community development financial institution, to help replenish its Entrepreneur Resilience Fund that supports women-led businesses through pandemic recovery.
Chetu Foundation: Donating $10,000 to the First Responders Children’s Foundation and the Plantation Fire Department in Plantation, FL.
SenseSafe: Donated 80 UV-C sterilizers to the Boys and Girls Club of Boston to help keep classrooms germ-free.
Ford: Investing more than $400,000 to strengthen and support Latina entrepreneurs and small business owners as they battle challenges posed by COVID-19.
Atlantic Builders: Donating proceeds from the sale of a new home to Germanna Community College’s Educational Foundation to help those who have lost jobs and are in need of skills training.
The Rockefeller Foundation: Donating $1 billion to help address the pandemic with a focus on “catalyzing a more inclusive, green recovery.”
Nancy Lieberman Charities: Donating 5,000 additional masks to the City of Dallas, its third and largest donation during the pandemic.
H2One: Partnering with New York Yankees players Gleyber Torres and Gio Urshela to provide hand sanitizer to Bronx students in order to keep them safe in the classroom.
Consumers Energy: Donating $2.3 million to community organizations supporting small businesses across Michigan as well as providing virtual energy coaching to help them save energy and money.
Worzalla: Partnering with Bria Bella & Co. to collect and donate 500 pairs of socks to the Stevens Point, Wis., area school district for “Socktember” and distribute to children and families in need.
Lowe’s: Increasing its minority small business grant to $30 million and donating an additional $25 million to its small business grant program with for rural communities impacted by COVID-19.
W.K. Kellogg Foundation: Supporting Gear Up to VoteSafe, a non-partisan initiative that supports safe, in-person voting by getting personal protective equipment to election officials, poll workers, volunteers, and voters for the upcoming election.
New England Rotary Clubs: Donating 20,000 disposable masks to various organizations across Springfield, Mass.
Love’s Travel Stops & Country Stores: Donating 40 laptop computers to support remote learning for students in Crooked Oak High School in Oklahoma City.
Bokland Custom Visuals: Donating 1,500 face shields to Albany County for its poll workers.
American Water: Donating laptops to the nonprofit Computer Smiles to support individuals without technology access throughout Camden County, New Jersey.
Town and Country: Donating $35,000 to local Chicago community organizations impacted by the pandemic.
Haffner’s: Matching $10,000 in customer donations and presenting $20,000 to two New England hospitals to help them respond to COVID-19.
Gullotta House: Delivered its 100,000th meal donation during the pandemic to those in need dealing with food insecurities.
CYBUR: Donating $10.5 million in resources to help companies transition from brick-and-mortar to online.
Homage: Donating more than $40,000 to the American Red Cross through sales of its the COVID-19 pandemic t-shirts.
Choice Hotels: Donating more than $330,000 in support of American Red Cross COVID-19 relief efforts through the generosity of its loyalty program members along with donation-matching from Barclays.
Away: Partnering with Master & Dynamic on an exclusive limited-edition suitcase collection to donate 100 percent of proceeds to MusiCares, a nonprofit organization that is assisting with coronavirus relief.
UniFirst Corporation: Donating more than 250,000 protective face masks in regions across the United States, Mexico, and Canada.
McDonald’s: Partnering with Tyson Foods to donate 67,000 pounds of protein and vegetables to Ozarks Food Harvest.
Encompass Group: Partnering with Jockey International to donate more than 20,000 scrub units to underserved and rural healthcare facilities as part of its “Buy Scrubs Give Scrubs” donation program.
Humana: Committing more than $1 million in COVID-19 relief for communities across Georgia.
Highmark Health: Donating 2,000 face masks for distribution throughout Erie County in Pennsylvania.
Walmart: Joining forces with Bimbo Bakeries USA and Tyson Foods to donate 55,000 pounds of food to the Chattanooga Area Food Bank through a partnership with Feeding America.
DTE Energy: Pledging $13 million to human service agencies as well as direct financial support to customers struggling with payments during the pandemic.
Blue Cross Blue Shield Of Wyoming: Donating $50,000 to the Wyoming Hunger Initiative to ensure Wyoming food organizations have additional resources this fall and winter.
AIS: Donating more than 22,000 face masks to city and town clerks in Massachusetts for use by municipal employees, poll workers, and volunteers on Election Day.
Molina Healthcare: Donating 7,000 N95 masks to frontline workers across Wisconsin in order to bolster their effort amid rising coronavirus cases across the state.
GM Financial: Donating 50,000 masks to teachers and staff members in Fort Worth and another 50,000 to those in Arlington so they have a fresh disposable face mask to wear each day at school.
Cleanlife: Donating 2,500 face shields to University Hospitals Covid-19 Response Fund to support its frontline medical workers.
TXU Energy: Donating $100,000 to support Texas food banks facing soaring demand and challenges to their logistics and operations due to the pandemic.
Hallmark: Manufacturing 10,000 face shields to donate to healthcare organizations and essential workers throughout Missouri.
Dynegy: Donating $20,000 to the Greater Chicago Food Depository as it continues to work to meet unprecedented community need related to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Domino’s: Donating $75,000 and fresh pizza to schools and food banks in Michigan.
AMD: Donating $1 million to the University of Vermont to boost its high-performance computing capacity and enhance the university’s COVID-19 research efforts.
SSC Services: Donating 900 gallons of hand sanitizer, 15,000 disposable gloves, and 63 infrared thermometers to the DeSoto Independent School District to replaces supplies lost in a fire in August.
RB Medical Supply: Partnering with the office of Secretary of State Frank LaRose to contribute surgical masks for Ohio’s poll workers in preparation for the 2020 election.
HSA Bank: Donating $5,000 to two Wisconsin hospitals to support their fight against COVID-19 by helping to fund the purchase of additional personal protective equipment and other materials local healthcare workers need to stay safe.
Associa: Donating more than 100,000 meals to those in need through its “Great Giveback—Give Food, Give Hope” food drive.
Wells Fargo & Company: Donating more than $5 million in grants to 15 legal assistance organizations to keep people and families housed through services and advocacy efforts amid the pandemic.
Unilever: Donating $5 million in goods and services to communities in Atlanta, Cincinnati, the Carolinas, Detroit, Fort Wayne, Houston, Los Angeles, Minneapolis, New York City and Philadelphia as part of its United for America Initiative.
Family Dollar and Dollar Tree: Donating $2 million for the Boys & Girls Clubs of America to help support its critical COVID-19 relief efforts for kids, families and communities.
Pacific Gas and Electric Company: Donating more than $100,000 to assist Northern California communities affected by both wildfires and the pandemic.
Martin’s: Donating $25,000 to Virginia’s Blue Ridge Area Food Bank to help with food shortages amid the pandemic.
Ford Motor Company:Donating 2 million medical-grade face masks to Ohio communities.
The Giant Company: Donating $100,000 to the Central Pennsylvania Food Bank to help people struggling with food access due to the pandemic.
Siggi’s: Donating $60,000 as part of its “siggi’s starters” grant program to help dietitians empower their communities and spread nutritional awareness on the local level with increased need due to the pandemic.
GameAbove: Donating $500,000 to the Best of the Batch Foundation to help construct an innovative and state-of-the-art educational center serving school-age youth in eight Western Pennsylvania counties.
Verizon: The Women’s Association of Verizon Employees donated $10,000 to the Girl Scouts Heart of New Jersey Cookie Relief Fund.
JLL: Converting a percentage of online catering sales in partnership with ezCater to help provide more than 1 million meals to Feeding America.
Food Lion: Making donations to Feeding America member food banks every time specially marked Food Lion gala apples are purchased in its stores.
Express: Launched crowdsourcing initiative to support businesses affected by the pandemic through brand and customer donations to GoFundMe’s Small Business Relief Fund.
Wiggins Farms: Donating more than 100 watermelons to the East Texas Food Bank to raise awareness for Hunger Action Month.
Mask Market: Donating 60,000 custom-made masks to Detroit Public Schools Community District.
Boomer Naturals: Donating 100,000 face masks to groups in need as part of its newly launched Prepare and Protect initiative.
Nylabone: Donating $20,000 to American Humane’s Feed the Hungry fund.
Dairy Farmers of America: Donating refrigeration to rural and community food banks nationwide and pledging to keep them stocked with dairy products for the remainder of the year.
Barnhardt Manufacturing: Donating $10,000 to the Food Bank of Western Massachusetts to help the organization provide food to families in need through its Brown Bag: Food for Elders program.
Allied Universal: Donating more than 17,000 meals to Philabundance to feed those in the Philadelphia area battling food insecurity.
Pilgrim’s: Donating $1.5 million to Atlanta communities to help with needs resulting from the pandemic.
Google: Donating $1 million and offering 12 pro bono fellows to help Carnegie Mellon University better track and forecast the spread of COVID-19.
Bridgestone: Donating $760,000 to support COVID-19 relief efforts at Boys & Girls Clubs across the country.
MAPCO: Raising $100,000 for St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital from in-store face mask sales.
Ford Motor Co.: Donating more than 10 million masks to at-risk communities across the country.
Bulgari: Supporting Rockefeller University research programs by establishing the Bulgari Clinical Fund to finance clinical testing of new therapies and vaccines.
Aramark: Donating 250,000 face masks to the American Red Cross to protect workers and volunteer donors.
Lief Labs: Donating more than 2,500 bottles of specially formulated vitamin-C blend nutritional supplements to hundreds of Southern California-based workers in high-need areas.
Ecolab: Donating more than $3 million worth of critical cleaning and sanitizing products as well as $2 million in financial support to help those in need.
Baird & Warner: Donating an additional $139,000 to the Chicago Community COVID-19 Response Fund, bringing its total donations to the fund to $289,000.
Atlantic City Electric: Donating $50,000 to local food banks to fund 150,000 meals for those in need and to support organizations that are committed to alleviating hunger across southern New Jersey.
Gulf Coast Pharmaceuticals Plus: Donating 1,400 N95 face masks to medical first responders across the country.
Noodles & Company: Announcing a partnership with No Kid Hungry, allowing customers to add a donation to their order to help fight against childhood hunger in America.
IKEA: Donating $2 million to the Legal Services Corp. of Virginia to help provide housing relief to renters in the state facing eviction.
Goelzer Investments: Donating over 500,000 meals to Gleaners Food Bank to help alleviate food insecurity throughout the pandemic.
United Federal Credit Union: Donating $4,000 to the Boys and Girls Clubs of Western Nevada and has pledged to donate another $4,000 in 2021 to help meet the expanded needs of the community.
Sony Corporation: Donating 40,000 medical face shield sets to Direct Relief for distribution to nonprofit health care facilities in medically underserved areas in New York City, California and Mexico.
Caliber Home Loans: Donating $500,000 to United Way of Tarrant County, Tex., as part of its “Caliber Kindness” initiative to benefit food banks and other vital community support services related to COVID-19 relief efforts.
Vera Bradley:Donating more than $630,000 to the American Nurses Foundation’s Coronavirus Response Fund from proceeds of sales of its cotton face masks during July.
igus Inc.:Donating 20,000 face shields to Providence, R.I., public schools to protect nurses who interact with symptomatic students and help students with hearing loss to read lips.
AT&T: Donating $20,000 to World Central Kitchen to help restaurants and kitchens feed vulnerable communities in Northern California as they battle wildfires and the pandemic.
Renaissance Life & Health Insurance Company of America: Donating $50,000 to the Feeding America COVID-19 Response Fund to help those in need of food assistance.
Morgan Stanley: Donating an additional $3.5 million to Feeding America to help support households with children living in communities hardest hit by hunger throughout the pandemic, building on its contributions of more than $10.6 million since March.
Companion Protect: Donated more than $130,000 to Kansas City animal shelters impacted by the pandemic as well as Kansas City Chiefs’ Patrick Mahomes’s 15 and the Mahomies Foundation.
Tableau Foundation: Committing $2 million to address the immediate impact of COVID-19, focusing on long-term education opportunities for students of color across Seattle and King County.
Iroquois Gas Transmission System: Donating $5,000 to the Food Bank of Hudson Valley in order to address the ongoing food insecurity crisis in New York state.
Ford: Employees donated more than $1 million to COVID-19 relief efforts worldwide through a company match program.
Farmer John: Partnering with Los Angeles Football Club to donate more than 650,000 servings of protein to the Los Angeles Regional Food Bank.
IKEA: Donating more than $1 million to Michigan’s COVID-19 response and recovery initiative, which is being used to provide resources to vulnerable residents.
The Deloitte Foundation: Donating $600,000 to nonprofit organizations in eight original COVID-19 hot spot locations nationwide to assist those from underrepresented backgrounds with college and career success.
Bank of America: Donating $100,000 to the San Diego Housing Commission to help low-income families experiencing hardship due to COVID-19 pay their rent.
Allianz Life Insurance Company: Donating $2 million to nonprofits that work closely with seniors, youth and people of color in the Twin Cities impacted by the pandemic.
Cintas: Collaborating with Adopt A Class to donate more than 100,000 items of essential supplies, including face masks, thermometers and hand sanitizer to schools in low-income communities.
Nature Made: Donating $1 million to support Los Angeles Unified School District’s efforts to offer food relief for students and families in need during the pandemic.
Bank of America: Donating 400,000 masks to the Valley of the Sun United Way and Phoenix Children’s Hospital.
Major League Baseball: Distributing $500,000 to recipients of the Healthy Relationships Community Grant Program to provide support for survivors of domestic violence and critical services focused on mental health resiliency and positive relationship skills.
Boeing: Awarded a $1.5 million charitable grant to support the expansion of technology access for approximately 4,500 Chicago Public Schools students and 100 educators to help fund the purchase of computer equipment and other remote learning technology.
Battelle: Donating $80,000 to support those in the Tri-Cities area of Washington state who are hungry or need help with mental health due to the pandemic.
USAA: Donating $30 million to assist military members, veterans and their families grappling with the fallout from the pandemic.
Tyson Foods: Partnering with Feed the Children to provide 10 million meals to families in 16 states across the country.
Providence: Donating $1 million to help provide the homeless with access to healthcare at Project Roomkey locations in the San Fernando Valley and South Bay.
Lyft: Teaming up with nonprofit organizations across the nation to provide 1.5 million donated and discounted rides to help boost mobility in under-resourced Black communities.
Life Happens: Launching a COVID-19 relief scholarship to provide financial aid to college or college-bound students who have experienced the death of a parent or guardian due to COVID-19.
Comcast: Creating a new program for cities, schools and nonprofits to connect large numbers of low-income K-12 students to the internet at home.
Blackhawk Network: Donating $25 million in 50,000 prepaid cards from its OmniCard portal to help essential healthcare workers pay for childcare, transportation, lodging and other expenses.
Charlotte Hornets: Partnering with Blue Cross NC to donate 300 meals a week for the next six weeks for children in Charlotte along with a $10,000 donation to Project BOLT.
TechStyle Fashion Group: Kicking off a new partnership with Good360 by donating $1.5 million worth of apparel to nonprofits serving families in need.
Sparklight: Donating more than $50,000 to K-12 schools in Arizona to help purchase supplies and meet increased need for technology and personal protective equipment.
Medsential: Donating clear face shields to support students in Utah as schools begin to reopen.
Nissan: Donating more than $311,000 to the Mississippi Food Network and Our Daily Bread food banks, which will provide more than 200,000 meals to local communities.
Grimmway Farms: Donating more than 1 million pounds of fresh produce to food banks, hospitals and nonprofits across the country.
ExxonMobil: Donating 2,000 gallons of hand sanitizer to Louisiana first responders, the foundation for East Baton Rouge school system, Louisiana State University, Southern University and the YMCA of the capital area.
LabCorp: Offering free antibody tests over the next three months to spur blood plasma donations to help fight against COVID-19.
FreshDirect: Partnering with the City of New York to extend its “Operation 5-Borough Food Drive,” a citywide food initiative to help New York families in need, through September.
Ford Motor Company: Partnering with the Federal Emergency Management Agency to donate 4 million free masks to Michigan residents.
Blueflame Medical:Donating two pallets of single-use hand sanitizer packets and 20,000 disposable surgical face masks to DeKalb Central schools in Waterloo, Ind.
SciPlay: Donating $82,000 from special in-app events to the humanitarian aid organization DirectRelief.
Mohawk Industries: Donating more than 10,000 water bottles, 1,000 canisters of disinfectant wipes and 1,000 gallons of hand sanitizer to help students, teachers and staff return to schools in Georgia.
Misadventure & Co.: Donating 15 percent of proceeds from hand sanitizer sales to fund COVID-19 to scientific research institutions including The National Institutes of Health Foundation, John Hopkins Medical Foundation and University of California San Diego Health Foundation.
Kellogg Company: Partnering with the Ronald McDonald House Charities to help provide families staying at Ronald McDonald House locations with breakfast as part of a multiyear initiative to provide cereal to 144 Ronald McDonald House locations nationwide.
Foster Farms: Delivering an additional 420,000 servings of poultry to California and Washington State food banks, building on its donations of more than 2.4 million servings of poultry across the country throughout the pandemic.
Ascend: Donating 800 masks through its Ascend Cares program to help The Arc Gateway, which serves children and adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities in the Pensacola, Fla.
Amerigroup: Giving $125,000 to nonprofit organizations in Tennessee to support ongoing efforts related to COVID-19, including the Nashville Food Project, Literacy Mid-South and Boys & Girls Clubs across the state.
Salesforce: Announced the creation of work.com to help schools make data-driven decisions about when and how to return to campus safely while granting $20 million to support five major public-school districts across the US.
Carrier Transicold: Donating a refrigeration unit to help the Mid-Ohio Food Bank deliver fresh food to the growing number of people in need throughout the 20-county region that it serves.
AleSmith Brewing Company: Collaborating with Anvil of Hope to donate the proceeds of its specialty beers to members of the San Diego community who have been affected by COVID-19.
The Wonderful Company: Establishing a $1 million COVID-19 relief fund for organizations in Wasco, Delano, Shafter, Firebaugh, Avenal, Sanger, Mendota and Del Rey.
TBC Corporation: Donating 200 laptops to Everglades Preparatory Academy and Glades Academy Charter School in Florida to assist with remote learning.
BD: Committing nearly $8 million in grants and product donations over the next three years to support the continued expansion of its Helping Build Healthy Communities initiative.
Polar King International: Partnering with Thermodyne Foodservice Products and the North America Association of Food Equipment Manufacturers to donate $10,000 to the Community Harvest Food Bank of Northeast Indiana.
Mercedes-Benz USA: Extending its COVID-19 relief efforts through October 31 and will donate 21,000 additional meals – 1,000 meals a week – to PAWKids and Second Helpings Atlanta.
GGPoker: Donating more than $250,000 to the Caesars Cares Relief Fund through its WSOP Online 2020 series.
Unilever: Donating 1 million Lifebuoy hygiene products to communities in need across the country.
Philadelphia Cream Cheese: Donating 1 million meals to Feeding America to support those affected by COVID-19 and launching a social media matching campaign every time someone posts on Twitter using #TheEasiestFundraiser and #NationalCheesecakeDay.
H-E-B: Launching a “Summer of Giving” campaign to raise up to $2 million — equivalent to 20 million meals — to benefit Feeding Texas and its network of food banks across the state.
Dairy MAX: Partnering with FedEx, Flexport and Ryder Truck Rental to donate more than 200,000 gallons of milk to regional food banks as part of dairy farmers’ collective COVID-19 relief efforts.
Tyson Foods: Donating more than 40,000 pounds of food to the Food Bank of Siouxland and the Norm Waitt Sr. YMCA in South Sioux City, Neb.
The Hartford: Partnering with Main Street America to donate $1 million in grants to support small businesses nationwide.
JBS USA: Donating $1.2 million to the City of Louisville to support its response to the pandemic through its Hometown Strong initiative.
Evite: Partnering with Pledgeling to raise more than $20 million for nonprofit organizations and causes across the country.
Southeastern Grocers: Launching the “Positive Change Round Up Campaign,” rounding up purchases in its stores to the nearest dollar that will be donated to Feeding America and other nonprofits.
Oakley: Donating $200,000 to the World Health Organization’s COVID-19 Solidarity Response Fund.
CIT Group: Donating 30,000 meals to families at risk of food insecurity in Southern Nevada through the Three Square Food Bank, the area’s largest hunger-relief organization.
Xylem Watermark: Donating 40,000 masks to essential water workers in rural communities.
First Hawaiian: Donating $1 million to nonprofits that help restaurants affected by COVID-19 and $1 million to the Stronger Together Fund to support 2020 public high school graduates.
FedEx: Donating two temperature-controlled trucks to distribute more than 8,600 gallons of milk to several North Texas Food Bank locations.
Entergy: Donating more than $3 million to its Entergy’s COVID-19 relief efforts and The Power to Care program, which helps customers who need financial assistance to pay their bills.
Estee Lauder: Donating $3.2 million to the NYC Covid-19 Response and Impact Fund as well as frontline relief organizations around the world.
Comerica Bank: Investing $2 million to community development financial institutions assisting small businesses affected by the COVID-19 crisis.
Tropical Cheese Industries: Donating $100,000 worth of products and groceries to food relief efforts in Perth Amboy, N.J.
The Montgomery County Industrial Development Authority: Donating $5,000 to the Valley Forge, Pa., tourism and convention board’s #MontCoStrong fundraiser for the MontcoPA COVID-19 response fund.
Leonardo DRS: Donating $80,000 to support the American Red Cross in the organization’s efforts to continue its lifesaving mission and help individuals, families and communities amid the pandemic.
JSL Foods: Launching “Fortune Cares,” a charitable donation program to help families affected by food instability issues during the pandemic.
AF Group: Contributing $50,000 to 11 organizations providing local COVID-19 relief in Michigan and throughout the country.
Wells Fargo: Pledging to donate 50 million meals to food banks to help families facing food insecurity during the pandemic.
The Tractor Supply Company: Donating $50,000 to the American Farmland Trust’s Farmer Relief Fund to help farmers weather the storm of market disruptions caused by the pandemic.
The GHT Companies: Donating more than $25,000 to Feeding San Diego, a nonprofit whose mission is to connect every person facing hunger with nutritious meals.
Cemex Foundation: Donating $5,000 to the WPB Together Coronavirus Relief and Recovery Fund in support of West Palm Beach, Fla., communities.
Mondelez: Donating $15 million in financial and in-kind contributions to support food stability and emergency relief efforts.
Food Lion: Providing more than 6.5 million meals to its neighbors in need through its 2020 “Summers Without Hunger” campaign.
Serena Williams Jewelry: Donating the proceeds from the Unstoppable collection to the Opportunity Fund’s Small Business Relief Fund to help businesses affected the pandemic.
Stewart’s Shops: Donating more than $1 million in COVID-19 relief to hundreds of affected nonprofits across the arts, education, recreation, health, social services and civic engagement.
Kellogg Company: Donating $70,000 to United Way to support programs that offer free summer breakfasts and lunches for children in Battle Creek, Des Moines, Dallas and Seattle.
Smoothie King: Donating $1 million worth of smoothies to local hospitals, testing centers, police and fire stations and other essential workplaces nationwide.
Igloo:Donating nearly $300,000 from the sale of Playmate coolers to the CDC Foundation and Restaurant Employee Relief Fund.
Enel North America: Donating $35,000, 500 respirators and other essential personal protective equipment and supplies to Lawrence General Hospital in Lawrence, Mass.
Cal-Maine Foods: Donating 400 dozen eggs to the Food Bank of North Alabama to help alleviate hunger due to the pandemic.
Office Depot: Donating more than $1 million to Feeding America’s COVID-19 Response Fund to help local food banks across the country distribute more than 1.3 billion pounds of food to communities in need.
Instacart: Partnering with Feeding America to launch its new #GiveFromTheCart matching challenge to fight rising hunger in the wake of the pandemic.
Donaldson Company: Donating $100,000 to Direct Relief in support of global COVID-19 medical response and treatment efforts.
Cruz Companies: Donating $2,000 to Randolph Public Schools to support the remote learning of children, including those with special needs, during the pandemic.
Indiana American Water: Partnered with the American Water Charitable Foundation plan to provide $25,000 in relief funds to several nonprofit organizations across the state.
EOG Resources: Raised more than $800,000 for food banks and pantries across Wyoming, as well as those serve residents in Texas, Oklahoma and New Mexico.
Alexion: Offering virtual volunteering opportunities to employees to help serve local communities that are suffering due to COVID-19 pandemic.
JBS USA: Partnering with Pilgrim’s to invest $3.5 million in Minnesota to help local communities respond to COVID-19 and invest in the future by alleviating food insecurity.
Hyundai: Donating 20,000 masks to communities throughout Alabama and 400 face shields for health care workers in the state.
Farm Rich: Donating $10,000 to hunger relief organizations in local communities of select grocery workers recognized through its new “Snacktion Hero” campaign.
Wells Fargo: Donating $400 million in processing fees the company earned from the Paycheck Protection Program to its “Open for Business” fund to help small businesses affected by the pandemic.
Perdue Farms: Delivering more than 1.5 million pounds of protein to food banks and hunger-relief efforts through its “Delivering Hope To Our Neighbors” initiative.
Kendra Scott Jewelry: Donating more than $27,000 to Fort Worth hospital for COVID-19 relief.
Clif Bar & Company: Distributing 7 million bars to food banks and nonprofit organizations that reach US communities with the greatest need.
BP: Offering a discount of up to 15 cents per gallon on every fill up for first responders, doctors, nurses and medical workers at BP and Amoco stations for 60 days.
Warren Buffett: Donating $2.9 billion worth of Berkshire Hathaway stock to nonprofit groups to help the fight against COVID-19.
Trillium Mutual Insurance: Donating $5,000 support youth wellness and emotional programs online.
Spectrum:Donating $10,000 to the Hawaii Foodbank to combat hunger and provide critical emergency food relief during COVID-19.
Ducommun: Donating over $20,000 to the Parsons Area Community Foundation’s disaster relief fund.
Brides Across America: Donating wedding gowns to health care workers on front lines of the pandemic.
The Midco Foundation: The charitable arm of Midco is donating $50,000 to the Great Plains Food Bank to help combat growing hunger due to the pandemic.
Magee Plastics: Producing 350 plastic personal protective equipment boxes and donating them to Allegheny Health Network and the other regional health networks.
DICK’S Sporting Goods: Donating more than $800,000 in partnership with Callaway Golf to the CDC Foundation to support the organization’s COVID-19 emergency response fund.
Binance: Donating 27,000 KN95 masks to the UK National Health Service to aid the fight against COVID-19.
Twitter: CEO Jack Dorsey donating $20 million through his #startsmall fund to Community Organized Relief Effort, actor Sean Penn’s disaster relief organization, to help battle COVID-19.
Gold Star: Partnering with the Over-the-Rhine Chamber of Commerce to raise funds for its Small Business Fund by donating 20 percent of sales of its Coney Crate this weekend.
ElleVet Sciences: Launching “Pets In Need Project,” an effort to provide necessary veterinary care, food and supplies free of charge to pet owners in vulnerable communities affected by COVID-19.
Atlantic Capes Fisheries: Donating 10,000 pounds of restaurant-quality fish to food banks in New Bedford and Fall River, Mass.
XO Company: The Weeknd is donating $1 million to COVID-19 relief through his XO Company, split between MusiCares and frontline hospital workers of Scarborough Health Network in Toronto.
WSFS Bank: Donating $200,000 to four organizations across the Delaware Valley region to provide relief grants and help small businesses affected by the pandemic.
Tiffany & Co: Donating $2 million to COVID-19 relief efforts with the launch of its Infinite Strength campaign.
Hancock Whitney: Donating $110,000 to three local Florida nonprofits working to help tenants facing eviction amid the pandemic.
Heyward Family Fund: Donating $100,000 to University of Chicago Medicine to help reduce the hardships of healthcare workers during the pandemic and to increase contact tracing efforts on the city’s South Side.
Goodville Mutual: Donating more than $210,000 in support of food banks, first responders, health professionals, and international organizations responding to COVID-19 through the company’s Safe@home program.
Freedom Mortgage: Donating $1 million across 16 local food banks nationwide within the Feeding America network.
Fortna: Matching contributions from associates to its COVID-19 Solidarity Response Fund to support nonprofits battling COVID-19.