July 2, 2020
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.
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.
Downtown Amherst Foundation: Awarding 27 grants worth $100,000 to businesses in the town of Amherst, Mass.
McDonald’s: Launching a $500,000 Black & Positively Golden Scholarship Fund to help students attending historically black colleges and universities continue their education despite challenges caused by the pandemic.
Hy-Vee: Distributed about 72,000 free peaches through a contactless, drive-through giveaway event at Mall of America, as well as an additional 72,000 peaches to Christian Cupboard Emergency Food Shelf and The Sheridan Story, which serve the Twin Cities region.
EPCOR: Donating $50,000 to the AZ Coronavirus Relief Fund.
American Express: Launching a program to provide its members credits for dollars spent at small businesses that can then be used at another small business to help them recover from the economic impact of the pandemic.
Delta Dental: Donating $88 million to support dentists, customers and nonprofits in Michigan, Ohio and Indiana affected by the COVID-19 pandemic.
EPCOR: Making $50,000 contribution to Governor Ducey’s AZ Coronavirus Relief Fund to provide additional support for people impacted by COVID-19 in Arizona.
Lucky Brand: Donating more than 150,000 masks through its “Get 5, Give 5” program and other community outreach programs.
People’s State Bank: Donating $13,000 to the Community Foundation of North Central Wisconsin in partnership with the United Way of Marathon County to help fight COVID-19.
Summit Natural Gas: Donating $2,000 to the Southern Maine Area on Aging to provide meal delivery to elderly community members in York and Cumberland counties during the pandemic.
USA Triathlon Foundation: Awarding more than $110,000 to 40 organizations and individuals as part of its COVID-19 Relief Fund.
Shell: Donating $50,000 in fuel gift cards to the Meals on Wheels COVID-19 Response Fund.
Glencore Sudbury Integrated Nickel Operations: Donating $40,000 to the United Way Centraide North East Ontario through its Local Love in a Global Crisis Community Response Fund.
Diageo: Spending $100 million on a two-year campaign called “Raising the Bar” that is designed to help bars get up and running again in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Delmarva Power: Donating $75,000 through its “Community Scholars Program” to support local Delaware and Maryland students seeking careers in energy and other related fields.
Consolidated Communications: Donating $10,000 to the Good Shepherd food bank as part of its efforts to support individuals and families affected by COVID-19 in the communities it serves.
WSFS Bank: Donating $200,000 to four local organizations in Delaware, New Jersey and Pennsylvania, providing relief grants to help small businesses impacted by the pandemic.
BTS: Donating $1 million to Crew Nation, Live Nation’s COVID-19 relief fund for live entertainment staff out of work due to the pandemic.
Blue Cross Blue Shield of Arizona: Contributing $10,000 to help the Navajo Nation in Arizona purchase critical medical supplies and personal protective equipment that can help prevent the continued spread of COVID-19.
Bed Bath & Beyond: Donating more than 50,000 KN95 masks to nonprofits operating in Alabama, Michigan, Minnesota, New York and Washington state.
FirstBank: Announced a $500,000 investment in the Larimer County Small Business Recovery Loan Fund.
Hannaford Supermarkets: Donating $250,000 to support farms throughout New England and New York that have been adversely impacted by the coronavirus.
ReST Smart Bed: Donating 10 percent of its net proceeds from April to June to the American Red Cross in support of COVID-19 relief efforts.
SUEZ: Earmarking a donation of $1.75 million that will be directed to food pantries, health care facilities, United Way and similar COVID-19 emergency response organizations.
Sysco: Donated 30 million meals across eight countries since mid-March as part of its community response strategy to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Smithfield Foods: Donating more than 115,000 face shields to health care workers at nursing homes and hospitals.
Stewart’s: Allocating $790,000 of financial assistance to 209 organizations. Additionally, thousands of gift certificates for milk and eggs have been sent to food pantries to cope with the overwhelming spike in demand for food.
NoWClean: Donating 500 gallons of its disinfectant product to the Navajo Nation to help battle the coronavirus pandemic.
4K 4Charity Fun Run: Raised more than $21,000 in net donations for organizations that provide COVID-19 relief and nonprofits focused on increasing diversity and inclusion in the tech industry.
Stewart’s Shops: Allocating $790,000 to more than 200 organizations responding to pandemic relief efforts.
Sherwin-Williams: Donating 1,500 N95 masks to the Brecksville, Ohio, Fire Department and local paramedics.
Mendez Fuel: Donating 6,500 homemade meals to its communities in Miami for COVID-19 relief.
CUNA Mutual Group Foundation: Contributing $10,000 to the Black Hawk County COVID-19 Cooperative Disaster Response Fund, a fund of the Community Foundation of Northeast Iowa.
Zurich Insurance Group: Donating $25,000 to the Schaumburg Township Food Pantry to help meet the need caused by the pandemic.
Silver Fern Farms: Donating 1,500 pounds of beef to Rethink, a nonprofit organization that focuses on providing nutritious food and meals to New York City families in need.
Hy-Vee: Donating more than 28,600 peaches through contactless, drive-through giveaway events in Madison and Fitchburg, Wisc., to local communities and food banks in light of the pandemic.
Bayer: Donating $2 million to Direct Relief and $500,000 to the American Red Cross for COVID-19 initiatives in Boston, New York, New Jersey and New Orleans.
Google: Offering $200 million in ad grants for nonprofits fighting the pandemic, expanding its annual ad grants commitment to $1 billion.
Forager Project: Donating $350,000 in products to food banks to help relieve hunger during the pandemic, providing more than 46,000 meals to Alameda County Community Food Bank, City Harvest NYC, Community Action Partnership of San Bernardino and Indio Chamber of Commerce.
Consolidated Communications: Donating $7,500 to the ECHO Food Shelf as part of the company’s efforts to support individuals and families affected by COVID-19 in the communities it serves.
Clif Bar & Company: Donating 14 million bars to help feed families most affected by food scarcity amid the pandemic.
Mechanix Wear: Donating $60,000 and 10,000 pairs of gloves through the sales of non-medical face masks to Team Rubicon.
Lowe’s Companies: Opening its first round of grant applications in its previously announced $25 million fund to provide relief to minority-owned businesses affected by COVID-19.
FedEx: Supplying Medline personal protective equipment from a FedEx Logistics facility to hospitals in South America, Central America and the Caribbean.
Chicago Bulls: Teaming up with BMO Harris Bank to convert surplus team apparel into 10,000 face coverings that will be donated to community partners.
Better Choice Company: Partnering with iHeartMedia to donate $100,000 in funds and $100,000 worth of products to animal shelters impacted by the pandemic.
Ameren: Launching “Power of Giving” COVID-19 Relief Fund, including more than $500,000 in contributions to help communities in Missouri and Illinois recover from COVID-19.
Hyundai Motor Company: Donating medical and personal protection equipment worth $2.4 million to countries across the Middle East and Africa to help combat the pandemic.
Mark Cuban: Donating $100,000 to the National Association of Black Journalists’ COVID-19 Relief Fund.
Neighborhood Credit Union: Donating $37,505 to the North Texas Food Bank with the help of more than 100 donors.
Panda Express: Donating more than 16,000 KN95 masks to Sanford Health Fargo and Sanford Children’s Hospital.
Ford Motor Co.: Donating 10,000 face shields to Tidelands Health in Myrtle Beach, S.C., to help protect frontline workers.
Ferrovial: Donating more than $67,000 to the North Texas Food Bank in Dallas to assist with efforts to provide resources and feed people during the COVID-19 crisis.
Diageo: Announced the creation of the Diageo Community Fund, which will invest $20 million toward helping black communities and businesses recover from COVID-19.
PVH Corporation: Donating $25,000 to Lakeridge Health’s Oshawa and Whitby Hospitals.
Northern Indiana Public Service Company: Donating $5,000 to White County United Way Community Relief Fund.
Guaranteed Rate: Donating $3.4 million to Feeding America, which will help provide 34 million meals across its nationwide network of food banks.
Direct Energy: Contributing $180,000 to support customers, communities and frontline workers at the Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals and through its Neighbor-to-Neighbor program.
Eat Clean Bro: Donating more than 1,000 meals to provide for those in need during the COVID-19 pandemic.
PNC Financial Services Group: Committing $30 million in support of Kettering Medical Center Foundation’s COVID-19 response fund.
Pembrook Capital Management: Donating $20,000 to God’s Love We Deliver for its COVID-19 relief fund.
Yuengling: Committing $20,000 to aid Florida bartenders and waitstaff during the COVID-19 crisis through a new partnership with the Florida Restaurant & Lodging Association.
Direct Energy: Donating $180,000 to support customers, communities and frontline workers.
Christy Sports: Donating $165,000 to COVID-19 relief efforts in Colorado, Utah, Washington and New Mexico to support communities where they operate.
Adept Urban: Donating 10,000 units of medical face masks and other personal protection equipment to help California’s fight against the spread of COVID-19.
Arkansas Health & Wellness: Partnering with Arkansas Total Care to donate $15,000 to the Little Rock Cares COVID-19 Community Relief Fund.
Nomad Goods: Converting production to make and deliver medical supplies to frontline responders globally.
StarKist Co.: Donating $150,000 to Feed The Children through food and hygiene boxes.
Stop & Shop: Donating $50,000 of food essentials to 2LifeCommunities, a senior housing provider in the Greater Boston area.
Community Foundation of the Ozarks: Donating $2 million to local community organizations through its COVID-19 grantmaking program.
New York State Athletic Trainers’ Association: Donating $7,500 to Feeding New York State and $7,500 to Health Research Inc. to support COVID-19 relief efforts throughout the state.
RisnerUp Foundation: Committing more than $16,000 to local organizations to benefit COVID-19 relief after radiothon.
Taco Bell: Giving customers a free Doritos Locos Tacos, as well as donating $1 million to No Kid Hungry to help give back amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
Whirlpool: Partnering with Dow and Reynolds Consumer Products on a joint project to provide respirators for healthcare workers fighting COVID-19.
Dr. Bronner’s: Donating more than 25,000 units of hand sanitizer and soap, as well as giving $20,000 to the San Diego COVID-19 Community Response Fund and $50,000 to California’s Immigrant Resilience Fund.
Amalgamated Sugar Company: Donating 2,000 surplus cloth masks to the Boise Rescue Mission Ministries to help protect communities from the spread of COVID-19.
AT&T: Donating 100 smartphones to Nutmeg Big Brothers Big Sisters to ensure that at-risk children can stay connected to their mentors.
Wichita Brewing Company: Offering free beer for local hospitality industry workers who have been affected by coronavirus-related layoffs.
Ink & Thread: Raised $12,700 for local businesses financially impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic.
The Gates Foundation: Raised $8.8 billion from governments and business leaders toward vaccine alliance through Global Vaccine Summit.
Ball Corporation: Donating $10,000 to the Greater Pike COVID Relief Fund in support of the organization’s efforts in Pennsylvania.
Waterstone Bank: Donating $10,000 to the Waukesha County Community Foundation’s COVID-19 Relief Fund.
Community Foundation of Southern Indiana:Donating more than $735,000 to 24 local nonprofits providing food, personal protective equipment, housing and utility assistance and transportation to Indiana residents.
Foster Farms: Donating more than 35,000 servings of chicken to the Selma Area Food Bank to help feed local families.
Binske: Donating five meals for every product purchased to the Feeding America COVID-19 Relief Fund.
Bank of America: Committing $1 billion to address economic and social disparities heightened during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Tree Line Capital: Donating more than $50,000 to nonprofits including GiveDirectlyNYC, Food Bank for New York City, Compass Family Services, OneFamilyLA and Oakland Public Education Fund for COVID-19 relief.
Perrigo: Donating 160,000 toothbrushes to West Michigan nonprofit organizations to provide healthy oral care tools to those with limited access.
Florida Power & Light Co: Contributing $10,000 as part of the company’s commitment to nonprofit community partners dedicated to hunger relief and food insecurity programs.
Citi: Donating $150,000 to provide more than 45,000 meals and grocery packs through its Food for Good program in partnership with YMCA of Singapore to communities in need.
Carnivore Meat Company: Donating $100,000 to Green Bay nonprofits, as well as the use of its UV sterilization machine to sanitize and disinfect protective equipment for frontline medical and public service workers throughout Northeast Wisconsin.
The Trust Company of Tennessee: Donating $30,000 to the United Way of Greater Knoxville’s COVID-19 Response Fund and Second Harvest Food Bank of East Tennessee to provide additional support the local community.
The Sundt Foundation: Donating $11,000 in emergency relief funds to three local North Texas food banks to address the increased demand due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
BASF: Donating $355,000 to the Capital Area (Baton Rouge, La.) United Way, aiming to support pandemic relief efforts for women and veterans.
American Airlines: Donating 10 million loyalty miles to St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital to support its mission to help patient families.
Advent Capital Management: Donating $50,000 for the procurement of cleaning products and personal protective equipment to Harlem Hospital, Meharry Medical College and the Apollo Theater, along with $100,000 to the Apollo Theater’s emergency relief fund.
Sheetz: Serving nearly 600,000 free meals to children and families in need amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
PureBites: Donating $500,000 worth of dog and cat treats to the Toronto Humane Society and American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals to support pets and pet parents amid COVID-19.
L3Harris: Making early payments to more than 30 of its small business suppliers in Texas and donating $50,000 to United Ways in North Texas for its relief and recovery programs.
CMA CGM Group: Donating 200,000 face masks to the City of Los Angeles to assist in the fight against COVID-19.
AstraZeneca: Donating $1.1 million to the American Kidney Fund’s coronavirus emergency relief program.
Reliant: Donating $100,000 to be shared by four local Dallas-Fort Worth organizations that are providing critical resources to communities in the metroplex.
JPMorgan Chase: Committing more than $1 million in relief to local Houston nonprofit organizations.
C&S Wholesale Grocers: Announcing a nationwide relief initiative including more than $300,000 in donations that will supply 100,000 KN95 masks to hospitals in hard-hit regions, as well as financial support for food banks and other organizations across the country.
BioGen Inc.: Launching a new virtual learning lab with the Lemelson-MIT Program (LMIT) at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology for high school students historically underrepresented in science.
Unique Pretzels: Donating 10 percent of proceeds from its “Giving with a Twist” campaign to participating charities to support their COVID-19 relief efforts.
SC Johnson: Supporting organizations across the Asia Pacific region in the fight against COVID-19 with more than $1 million in product and financial donations.
ExxonMobil: Contributing $90,000 to Capital Area United Way’s COVID-19 relief fund.
Ball Corporation: Making a $5,000 donation to The Salvation Army recently to assist in its COVID-19 relief efforts.
Dollar General: Donating $2 million to Save the Children to support kids across rural America during the COVID-19 crisis.
HBO: Donating $1 million previously earmarked for the Emmy Awards to the Mayor’s Fund for Los Angeles Emergency COVID-19 Crisis Fund.
JBS USA: Investing more than $200 million to support its team members and local communities in North America.
Mr. Espresso: Donating more than 2,500 pounds of coffee and cash donations to 25 local COVID-19 relief initiatives through its “In Our Hearts Fund.”
Southern Company Gas: Donating $1 million toward academic expansion and efforts to provide greater equity in healthcare led by Morehouse School of Medicine.
FNB. Corp.: Donating $50,000 in support of COVID-19 relief efforts across central Pennsylvania.
City National Bank: Donating $10,000 to the Nevada COVID-19 Emergency Response Fund to support the state’s recovery efforts.
Funko!: Manufacturing new toy line in its Pop! Heroes collection that will honor first responders and donate proceeds to GlobalGiving.
Molina Healthcare: Donating $100,000 to United Way of Midland County to support local flood relief efforts.
Procter & Gamble: Donating $2.5 million to disaster relief and global health organization Americares in the form of cash and protective gear.
Shaver Wood Products: Donating $10,000 to the Rowan County United Way’s COVID-19 Relief Fund.
Recipe 21: Launching production of new hand sanitizer line to help with COVID-19 relief efforts.
Kinross Bald Mountain: Announcing a second round of financial investments this week totaling nearly $40,000 to support the community during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Arkansas Community Foundation: Awarding $1,000 rapid response mini-grants to more than 600 organizations in nearly 150 cities and towns across the state.
Philadelphia Insurance Companies: Donating $1 million to frontline organizations in the US providing support to those impacted by the coronavirus pandemic.
International Paper: Committing 2 million paper boxes to Feeding America and The Global FoodBanking Network to help distribute food during this time of unprecedented demand.
The Hershey Company: Donating $50,000 and food products to the Central Pennsylvania Food Bank in partnership with Land O’Lakes and American Sugar Refining to meet the community’s need for food.
Dow: Collaborating with nine key partners including 3M, Cadillac, Dupont and Volkswagen to develop and donate 100,000 isolation gowns to help frontline workers in Texas, Louisiana and Mexico.
Cottonelle: Donating 69,000 rolls of toilet paper to the Heart of West Michigan United Way to be distributed to local food pantries, nonprofits and local United Way chapters.
Aramco: Contributing more than $2 million in donations to organizations in its headquarters city of Houston and other cities nationwide to fight hunger and help find medical treatments for the coronavirus.
Magic Johnson Enterprises: Collaborating with MBE Capital Partners to offer $100 million in loans to minority- and women-owned companies struggling during the coronavirus pandemic.
Hydrant: Donating 6,000 rapid rehydration packs to doctors, nurses and hospital administrators, as well as offering free products to any healthcare workers who message the brand on Instagram.
Grange Insurance Company: Contributing $1 million to local nonprofits to support health and human services response efforts to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Facebook: Donating $350,000 to the new East Polk County Relief Fund, which will be distributed among small business and nonprofits in the region.
Bed Bath & Beyond: Announcing a $10 million plan to donate essential home comfort items and support communities and those on the front lines in partnership with Good360.
Whirlpool Corporation: Working with Dow and Reynolds Consumer Products to provide headgear and respirator systems to healthcare workers combating the spread of COVID-19.
Southeastern Grocers: Donating nearly $1.3 million through $5 hunger relief donation bags to support local food banks across the Southeast.
SC Johnson: Increasing its commitment to help those on the front lines of the COVID-19 pandemic by providing an additional $15 million in financial assistance and product donations.
Action for Healthy Kids: Providing Emergency Meal Distribution Equipment grants to support school districts’ ongoing efforts to ensure kids have access to nutritious meals during extended school closures and through the summer.
Wells Fargo: Announcing additional efforts to help people stay in their homes with funding for more than 500 nonprofits across the U.S. as part of the Wells Fargo Foundation’s $175 million commitment to assist communities in response to COVID-19.
Vessi: Allocating $1,000 a day to support 10 heroes in their work to support their communities.
Senreve: Launched mask drive with a goal of collecting 10,000 masks for healthcare professionals.
Schnuck Markets: Teaming up with more than a dozen St. Louis-area companies to put on “the largest drive-in graduation ceremony ever held” for local high schools.
Chico Chamber of Commerce: Distributing 5,000 free face masks made by local manufacturer Fifth Sun.
Comerica Bank: Teaming up with the Michigan Economic Development Corporation and Michigan Women Forward to assist entrepreneurs and small businesses through the creation of the $1.5 million Michigan Entrepreneur Resilience Fund.
SK Innovation: Donating $400,000 to support the response by Augusta University and Augusta University Health.
VF Corporation: Donating more than $10 million in funds, products and services worldwide to fund urgent medical needs.
Xylem: Partnering with UNICEF to provide safe water for children and families in vulnerable communities around the world.
Mitsubishi Electric: Donating $930,000 to support healthcare professionals and providing medical institutions with essential items such as medical masks.
Mohawk: Donating personal protective equipment to the American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals to ensure the safety of the organization’s staff.
MathWorks: Donating $1 million to the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation’s Combating COVID-19 Fund in support of leading scientific organizations.
HP: Printing more than 200,000 photo stickers for personalized protective gear as part of its “More than Masks” campaign in support of patient and medical worker well-being.
FedEx: Facilitating the special delivery of 450 hygiene kits for individuals and families to the Rahway Family Success Center in New Jersey.
Old Navy: Donating $30 million worth of clothing to help Americans in need during the coronavirus pandemic.
Michael Stars: Donating $10,000 along with 20 percent of sales to One Fair Wage’s Service Worker’s Emergency Fund.
Magic Spoon: Donating 20,000 boxes of cereal to children in New York City in partnership with local organizations like Rethink Food NYC and The Food Bank for NYC.
Northern Trust: Providing $100 million in low-cost funding to assist Community Development Financial Institutions providing loans to small businesses and nonprofits under the federal Paycheck Protection Program.
Cox Enterprises: Partnering with Emory Healthcare to provide meals to Atlanta’s frontline workers, aiming to serve almost 10,000 meals each week.
Twitter: Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey pledged $10 million to help buy 10 million face masks and other personal protective equipment for people who are incarcerated.
Logitech: Distributed 100,000 masks for health workers and hospitals in China, Hong Kong and Taiwan, along with an additional 15,000 masks to the US, Ireland, Switzerland, Italy and Netherlands.
Callaway Golf Company: Donating more than $100,000 to humanitarian aid organization MedShare to support its COVID-19 response work.
Alliance Bank of Arizona: Committing more than $900,000 to help mitigate the impact of the COVID-19 global pandemic on local communities across Arizona.
Olive Hill Greenhouses: Donating thousands of plants to first responders and those on the front lines of fighting the COVID-19 pandemic.
Major League Baseball: MLB and the MLBPA have distributed $500,000 to the first recipients of their “Healthy Relationships Community Grant” program.
MAC: Donating $10 million to more than 250 local organizations to support vulnerable communities affected by COVID-19.
Clinique: Donating 50,000 skincare products to doctors and nurses working in New York City’s hospitals.
Bechtel: Donating $100,000 to the United Way of Benton & Franklin Counties for its COVID-19 Response Fund to help local nonprofits address food insecurity and mental and behavioral health impacts of the pandemic.
Tillamook County Creamery Association: Committed $4 million to a comprehensive COVID-19 relief plan in rural Oregon communities.
New York State Electric and Gas Corporation: Announced a donation of $175,000 in conjunction with the Avangrid Foundation to emergency response organizations across its service area.
New Balance: Committing $2 million in nonprofit grants in response to the COVID-19 pandemic to support local, regional and global communities.
Estée Lauder: Donating a $2 million grant to Doctors Without Borders/Médecins Sans Frontières and supporting the NYC COVID-19 Response & Impact Fund.
Aritzia: Launching the Aritzia Community Care Program, a $20 million initiative to provide 150,000 Canadian frontline healthcare workers with custom-designed clothing packages.
WHP Global: Donating 2,000 meals to the Robert Wood Johnson University Hospital in New Brunswick, NJ.
PayPal: Covering all processing costs and encouraging customers to contribute to its new COVID-19 fundraising campaigns in 12 markets to support organizations educating the public, preventing new infections and assisting with recovery.
Nike: Donating 30,000 pairs of Nike Air Zoom Pulse to health systems and hospitals in Chicago, Los Angeles, Memphis and New York City.
International Paper: Donating 5,500 boxes to Anheuser-Busch, enabling them to supply bottles of hand sanitizer to their facilities, the Red Cross and other government relief efforts across the country.
Blumenfeld Development Group: Providing meals prepared by local restaurants to healthcare workers at Northwell Health’s Cohen’s Children Medical Center.
Bechtel: Donating $3 million to communities across the world coping with the coronavirus pandemic, in partnership with the crowdfunding nonprofit GlobalGiving.
SC Johnson: Donating more than $2 million in product and financial resources to organizations across Latin America to combat COVID-19.
Silicon Valley Community Foundation: Contributing $1 million in funding to help education systems in San Mateo County and Santa Clara County during the pandemic.
The Hershey Company: Committing $1 million to acquire, install and staff a new manufacturing line dedicated to the production of facemasks, which will be capable of producing up to 45,000 masks per day.
Tom Bihn: Manufacturing cloth face masks and donating to 100 essential businesses and individuals.
T-Mobile: Donating 500,000 medical masks and will donate $5 for every purchase of eligible accessories to Boys & Girls Clubs of America COVID-19 Relief Fund.
Pandora Jewelry: Donating $50,000 to coronavirus healthcare worker response fund with sales of a charm featuring a stethoscope and red cross to honor the work of nurses.
Ocean Power Technologies: Producing and distributing more than 20,000 face shields to frontline healthcare works across New Jersey.
Disney: Donating 1 million masks to underserved communities, with all profits from the mask sales featuring Disney characters going to humanitarian aid organization MedShare.
TD Bank: Allocating $25 million to TD Community Resilience, which helps organizations engaged in COVID-19 response and community recovery.
Morgan Stanley: Adding an additional $15 million in grants to support the ongoing relief efforts to the global COVID-19 crisis, building upon its previously announced $10 million commitment.
LIXIL: Repurposing 3D printers in New Jersey to make vital face shields that help keep healthcare workers safe.
General Mills: Announced it will be making and donating $5 million worth of products to Feeding America and its network of 200 member food banks, food pantries and meal programs.
Dyson: Producing CoVent ventilators to be donated in an international effort to save COVID-19 patients in need, with 5,000 devices already pledged for distribution.
Wayfair: Donating 10 percent of profits from sales to Feeding America’s COVID-19 Response Fund.
Victory Promotions: Donating N95 masks and hand sanitizer to those on the front lines in Richland County, S.C.
T-Mobile: Donating nearly 40,000 phone chargers to hospitals nationwide in latest COVID-19 relief effort
Humana Foundation: Committing $50M to coronavirus relief and recovery efforts by partnering with community organizations that will focus on immediate and long-term relief to help those disproportionately impacted by the COVID-19 health crisis.
The Wonderful Company: Donating 1.6 million Halos mandarins to California hospitals, schools and food banks.
International Paper: Making a $220,000 donation to Mid-South Food Bank to support year-round hunger relief efforts.
Wells Fargo: Partnering with the National Disability Institute to create a COVID-19 Financial Resilience Center while providing cost-free financial resources for people with disabilities.
Hanes Hosiery: Donating 1,000 pairs of ComfortSoft leggings to GLAM4GOOD, which will distribute the leggings to homeless shelters across New York City.
Booz Allen: Along with a $100 million commitment to employee job security, launched the “Covers for Colleagues” challenge to support employees who must work outside of the home and supplement the firm’s limited supply of disposable masks.
Teams for LA: Selling logoed team merchandise, as well as classic merchandise from the Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival and the Grammy Awards, to benefit the Mayor’s Fund for Los Angeles.
ImpactAssets: Launching a COVID Response Fund that will provide a hybrid of rapid-response charitable giving and flexible impact investing with an initial capacity of more than $1 billion in investment opportunities.
NortonLifeLock: Offering free family protection services for six months to help parents monitor and manage children’s online activities.
Altimetrik: Leading collaboration with the Vattikuti Foundation, Henry Ford Health System and Detroit Health Department to bring 10,000 onsite COVID-19 tests to the city’s more than 126 nursing homes and senior assisted living facilities.
DKMS: Donating 12,000 sterile buccal swabs to Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center to be used to test and diagnose COVID-19.
Hormel Foods: Announcing an additional $7 million in bonuses to all full- and part-time plant production team members during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Deloitte: Committing more than $12.5 million through direct financial contributions, medical equipment and pro bono project work for communities around the world.
Bank of America: Donating $1.6 million to the Community Food Bank of New Jersey to help combat the growing need for food assistance in the state.
Bayer: Donating $5.7 million to help combat the coronavirus pandemic in Brazil.
Qurate Retail Group: Committing $10 million to support needs in its communities worldwide and providing $19 million in emergency pay and benefits for its team members.
CNH Industrial: Producing face shields for French healthcare professionals during COVID-19 crisis.
Edward Jones: Committing $2.7 million to support national and community organizations serving immediate needs of its communities during the pandemic.
Republic Services: Launching $20 million “Committed to Serve” initiative to help its employees, customers and communities across the US.
Verizon: Announced a $2.5 million grant to be shared across a group of international countries and charities offering healthcare support and food relief.
Xylem: Partnering with Americares, a health-focused relief and development organization, to deliver personal protective equipment, water and sanitation infrastructure repairs to frontline healthcare facilities.
Brown-Forman Corp.: Assembling and distributing approximately 2,000 bagged lunches each day, for a monthly total of nearly 40,000 meals.
Albertsons Companies: Committing an additional $50 million to its community hunger relief efforts in response to the COVID-19 pandemic.
SC Johnson: Donating $1 million to support response efforts across Europe as part of the $10 million the company has made in donations to date.
Walmart: Pledging to hire 50,000 additional associates following its commitment to hire 150,000 nationwide.
American Express: Launching a new digital platform, “Stand for Small,” to bring together more than 40 companies across multiple industries to provide meaningful support to small businesses during the COVID-19 crisis and recovery efforts through 2020.
Ashley HomeStore: Teaming up to fight hunger with Feeding America by providing more than 4.4 million meals nationwide.
CBRE: Launching a COVID-19 Relief Fund to support community and employee needs around the world, including a foundational donation from the company of $10 million plus an employee contribution matching program.
Edison International: Donating $1 million to support Californians impacted by COVID-19 by supporting local nonprofits providing critical services, food and necessities to vulnerable communities.
E4E Relief: Partnering with New York Life Foundation and Cigna Foundation to launch a fund to raise more than $100 million to help cover funeral costs and ongoing support for housing, food, utilities, medical and educational expenses.
International Paper: Providing an additional $100,000 donation to Feeding America to support year-round hunger relief efforts.
State University of New York: Launching #SUNYTogether, a new fundraising effort providing direct student support, scholarships and technology. 7,000 laptops have been procured and distributed as part of this effort.
Scotiabank: Earmarking $2.5 million for COVID-19 community response efforts, including empowering regional teams to support local charities and donating to United Way’s COVID-19 Community Response and Recovery Fund.
United Airlines: Transforming cargo facilities at George Bush Intercontinental Airport into a food distribution center to aid the Houston Food Bank’s efforts to feed families in need.
Wilbur-Ellis: Donated $100,000 to the Red Cross with the funds directed to the U.S., Canada and Asia-Pacific.
Harry’s: Donated $1 million worth of shaving products to healthcare workers in New York and beyond.
Microsoft: Launching a “plasmabot” to encourage people who recovered from the virus to donate their plasma as a possible treatment.
Toro Company: Providing $500,000 to assist families and communities worldwide that have been impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic.
Global Citizen: Raised $128 million in pledged donations for local and regional first responders.
TripAdvisor Foundation: Pledging $1 million to support organizations serving vulnerable people and communities severely impacted by COVID-19.
Spectrum Design: Pivoted custom design print work to produce personal protective equipment as part of its mission to help individuals with Autism lead full and productive lives.
General Mills: Supporting the restaurant industry by donating $100,000 to the Restaurant Employee Relief Fund and offering marketing resources for restaurants.
Duke Energy Foundation: Donating $810,000 in grants to support North Carolina K-12 programs focused on summer reading loss and STEM and experiential learning.
Covestro: Donating $67,500 to local food banks to aid communities in its six site communities.
American Eagle Outfitters: Donating $1 million and 1 million masks to COVID-19 relief efforts.
iHeartRadio: Launching “First Responder Fridays” in partnership with AT&T to celebrate and raise funds for first responders and frontline medical professionals during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Kimberly-Clark’s Huggies: Donating 5 million diapers to the National Diaper Bank Network and $1 million to the United Way Worldwide COVID-19 Community Response and Recovery Fund for programs in the U.S.
Subaru: Partnering with Feeding America to help provide 50 million meals to help fight the effects of COVID-19 pandemic.
Valley Bank: Donating $200,000 to 14 food banks in New York, New Jersey, Florida and Alabama, which will provide 2 million meals to those in need.
Aramark: Redeploying its uniform production lines in order to manufacture essential personal protective equipment for frontline workers in hospitals and other critical roles.
Brother International Corp.: Donating up to 100 industrial sewing machines to support efforts to manufacture personal protective equipment.
Stanley Black & Decker: Announcing a $10 million comprehensive COVID-19 philanthropic outreach program to help its communities and employees around the world.
UPS: Ware2Go, a UPS company, is partnering with New York City grassroots initiative 1M Masks to ship 1 million medical masks to healthcare workers quickly and at no cost.
NRG Energy: Joining forces with Project HOPE to deliver lifesaving protective gear and equipment to frontline healthcare workers in partnership with the Business Roundtable and Healthcare Ready.
United Property Management: Donating 300 apartment units to be used free of charge by healthcare professionals at Jackson Health System in Miami, Florida.
Goodyear: Using 3D printing capabilities to develop high-demand medical gear such as face shields.
ViacomCBS: Launching a $100 million fund to provide support to crew members, actors and filmmakers impacted by production shutdowns caused by the coronavirus pandemic.
S&P Global: Announced second round of grants aimed at supporting the global response to COVID-19 with $2 million contribution focusing on communities in the Asia-Pacific region.
Verizon: Donating $10 million in advertising inventory to support mental and public health response efforts to address COVID-19.
Kimberly-Clark: Making product and cash donations of more than $8 million to assist with COVID-19 response and recovery efforts around the world.
Koch Ag & Energy Solutions: Supporting local communities by donating essential PPE like safety goggles and masks and bottles for hand sanitizer production to local rural hospitals.
Medtronic Foundation: Increasing its employee and retiree matched giving program, offering a 2:1 match for monetary donations made to any eligible nonprofit across the world.
Merck: Providing $3 million to help health systems better meet the needs of pregnant women before, during and following delivery while tackling COVID-19.
Scotts Miracle-Gro: Shifting production in its Temecula, CA, manufacturing plant to produce face shields to help protect healthcare workers and first responders in critical need areas.
TikTok: Donating $375 million to COVID-19 relief efforts for frontline medical workers, educators and local communities affected by the global crisis.
Aflac: CEO Dan Amos and his wife, Kathleen Amos, are donating $1 million to help Piedmont Columbus Regional Hospital.
Delmarva Power: Committing $100,000 to support Delaware and Maryland relief organizations.
Hannon Armstrong: Donating $150,000 to local Maryland charitable organizations working to relieve gaps in community services.
Intel: Pledging $50 million for a pandemic response technology initiative to combat the coronavirus through accelerating access to technology at the point of patient care.
Entergy: Launching a $385,000 Mississippi Relief Fund providing grants to organizations that provide services to families and individuals impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic.
Fifth Third: Donating $75,000 to the Community Shelter Board, YMCA of Central Ohio and YWCA Columbus to help address the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic in Columbus.
Gildan: Transitioning manufacturing facilities to produce non-medical face masks and isolation gowns.
McLane Global: Committed to delivering 1 million meals per week to children missing school meals across rural America through the Emergency Meals-To-You Partnership.
MetLife: Donating $100,000 to Food Bank of Central New York to help deal with increased demand for their services.
Allstate: Contributing $5 million to accelerate relief and recovery for domestic violence victims, youth in need, first responders and local communities.
Heineken: Donating $16.3 million to support the International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies relief efforts vulnerable communities in Africa, Asia and Latin America.
Spectrum Suds: Launching an initiative offering local healthcare professionals complimentary laundry service for the duration of the crisis.
TruFund: Launching a $5 million small business emergency relief fund to help curb job loss and permanent business closure as a result of COVID-19.
Twitter: CEO Jack Dorsey moving $1 billion of his personal equity in Square to fund COVID-19 relief efforts through his Start Small LLC charitable fund.
United Airlines: Partnering with New York City to provide free round-trip flights for medical volunteers who want to help in the frontline fight against the COVID-19 crisis.
Hormel Foods: Supporting local foodservice businesses by ordering approximately 300 lunches each weekday from local Austin restaurants.
MetLife: Donating $50,000 to the Food Bank for the Heartland to help meet increased demand for its services in Nebraska and Iowa.
Novartis: Establishing a US COVID-19 Community Response Fund that will provide $5 million in cash and in-kind donations for immediate response and recovery efforts.
Pfizer: Committing $40 million in medical and charitable cash grants to help combat the global health effects of COVID-19.
Verizon: Partnering with The New York Times to offer all high school students and teachers in the US free digital access to NYTimes.com.
Nike: Committing $1.6 million gift to help local organizations meet immediate needs, such as food assistance and medical care.
Wheels Up: Supplying 10 million meals to the food insecure and those facing hunger during the COVID-19 crisis in partnership with Feeding America.
Blackstone: Making anchor $10 million contribution to the New York State COVID-19 First Responders Fund and an additional $5 million in contributions to organizations orchestrating food delivery to healthcare workers and first responders in New York City.
eBay: Matching up to $1 million in contributions made by US customers who donate a portion of sales to Feeding America, Direct Relief and Opportunity Fund.
Inspire Brands: Launching a $1 million COVID-19 relief fund dedicated to supporting childhood hunger and restaurant industry relief efforts.
McDonald’s: Donating 1 million N95 masks to Illinois health care workers.
Molina Healthcare: Donating $26,000 to 12 nonprofit organizations across Mississippi.
Blenders Eyewear: Donating 10,000 pairs of safety goggles to local San Diego and Los Angeles hospitals.
Brands x Better: Coalition of nearly 30 startups committed to donating 10 percent of their proceeds to charities including No Kid Hungry, the CDC Foundation and Save the Children.
Starbucks: Donating more than $3 million to support community response efforts globally.
Sysco: Donating up to $150,000 to No Kid Hungry as part of its month-long social media campaign, Take Out To Give Back, in support of the restaurant industry.
Uber: Adding an in-app donate button allowing Uber Eats customers to contribute to restaurants in need. Uber also plans to match every contribution up to $3 million to the Restaurant Employee Relief Fund.
Sony: Introducing a $100 million coronavirus relief initiative, including a $10 million donation to the World Health Organization COVID-19 Solidarity Response Fund and matching all employee donations made to select pandemic relief efforts.
Mastercard: Granting $20 million to institutions to fund clinical trials for combatting COVID-19.
Chesapeake Utilities: Donating $200,000 to support response and relief organizations.
Google: Offering 100,000 free Wi-Fi hotspots and donating 4,000 Chromebooks to students across California.
General Mills: Donating $5 million in charitable grants to support food access in local communities.
Disney: Donating 100,000 N95 masks to emergency relief efforts in New York, California and Florida.
First Horizon Foundation: Donating $2.5 million to support meal, educational and emergency assistance relief in Florida, North Carolina, South Carolina, Tennessee and Texas.
Johnson & Johnson: Partnering with the Biomedical Advanced Research and Development Authority (BARDA) to commit more than $1 billion to coronavirus vaccine research and development.
Reformation: Partnering with the City of Los Angeles to make masks in its Los Angeles factory for essential workers who need them.
Sweetgreen: Delivering free food to the hospital workers and medical personnel on the front lines of the crisis.
Real Estate Board of New York: Member company A&E Real Estate Management offered three month’s free rent to pizzeria donating meals to hospital workers.
Northwestern Mutual: Donating $1 million to Feeding America for hunger relief efforts nationwide and an additional $50,000 to Feeding America in the Milwaukee community.
Kiehl’s: Donating 500,000 meals to Feeding America’s COVID-19 Response Fund.
MetLife Foundation: Committing $25 million to the global response to COVID-19 in support of communities impacted by the pandemic.
Smithfield Foods: Supporting communities during COVID-19 response with more than $3 million in donations and launch of “Good Food Challenge.”
Theragun: Donating 100 meals to Feeding America for every device sold.
Avangrid: Donating 3,000 N95 respirators and surgical masks to the Maine Emergency Management Agency (MEMA).
Facebook: Spending $100 million to support news outlets around the world through COVID-19 Community Network grant program.
Intel: Providing $4 million to support coronavirus relief efforts in communities where the company has a significant presence.
Merck: Donating 300,000 masks to New Jersey’s Office of Homeland Security and Preparedness for health care workers and other front-line responders.
VolunteerMatch: Launching a volunteering portal promoting virtual volunteering opportunities with nonprofits around the country to aid communities impacted by the coronavirus.
Google: Donating more than $800 million in cash and advertising to help stem the spread of the coronavirus and ease the impact on small businesses.
Cox Enterprises:Providing up to $5 million to Emory Healthcare for purchasing COVID-19 testing equipment.
Nasdaq: Committing cash and in-kind donations totaling $6 million to COVID-19 response and relief efforts, as well as donations of 12,000 facemasks to the Greater New York Hospital Association.
Ralph Lauren Foundation: Earmarking $10 million to help Ralph Lauren employees impacted by the coronavirus by providing medical care, childcare, or eldercare, as well as donating to the World Health Organization COVID-19 Solidarity Response Fund and the Council of Fashion Designers of America’s “A Common Thread” initiative.
AmerisourceBergen:Committing $1 million to support communities, individuals, and nonprofits impacted by the coronavirus.
Niagara Bottling: Donated 50,000 bottles of water to support New York frontline workers and relief efforts.
Major League Baseball: Announced joint donation with Major League Baseball Players Association of $1 million to Feeding America and Meals on Wheels.
Comerica Bank: Investing $4 million in COVID-19 relief efforts for small business and community programming.
Crocs: Launching “A Free Pair for Healthcare” to allow doctors, nurses and other health care workers to choose a free pair of footwear.
IBM: Collaborating with White House Office of Science and Technology Policy to help researchers better understand COVID-19 treatments and potential cures.
Wells Fargo: Investing $1 million in SaverLife and Neighborhood Trust Financial Partners to help disperse financial aid to small businesses affected by COVID-19.
Oracle: Preparing software in collaboration with the White House to study unproven potential coronavirus treatments.
Patrón: Donating $1 million to the hospitality industry and to provide relief for families, individuals and business owners.
Duke Energy: Donating $1.3 million to hunger relief efforts and waiving fees to ease customers’ financial burden.
HanesBrands: Converting production of apparel to production of cotton masks in partnership with the federal government.
Hormel Foods: Giving more than $4 million in special cash bonuses for plant production team members in effort to continue producing food during the COVID-19 pandemic.
American Express: Matching donations to Feeding America up to $1 million to feed communities as part of its $5 million commitment to support COVID-19 relief efforts.
Bacardi Limited: Committing $3 million to support the bar and restaurant industries.
Fiat Chrysler Automobiles: Producing and donating more than 1 million protective masks per month for police, EMTs, and firefighters, as well as to workers in hospitals and health care clinics.
Wells Fargo: Accelerating $175 million in donations to help address food, shelter, small business and housing stability, as well as suspending residential property foreclosure sales, evictions, and involuntary auto repossessions.
Anheuser-Busch InBev: Manufacturing over 1 million bottles of hand sanitizer to donate to hospitals and frontline workers around the world.
Apple: Donating two million industrial masks to health professionals in the US and Europe.
Discovery Education: Launching Daily DE to provide a suite of no-cost activities and resources for students and families to help continue learning while schools are closed.
Morgan Stanley: Announced a $10 million cash commitment in aid to support coronavirus relief efforts supporting critical frontline medical responders globally as well as community providers serving those economically impacted by the crisis.
Novartis: Donating up to 130 million doses of generic hydroxychloroquine to support the global COVID-19 pandemic response.
Walmart: Committing $25 million to support organizations by strengthening the global public health response, bolstering food security, and supporting the needs of local communities.