Typhoon Haiyan: Corporate Donations List

ABBOTT Abbott and its philanthropic foundation, the Abbott Fund, are providing $450,000 in grants and healthcare products to deliver immediate relief to the Philippines in the aftermath of Typhoon Haiyan. The Abbott Fund is providing $350,000 in grants to CARE, Direct Relief, and the Philippine Red Cross through the American Red Cross. Abbott is donating up to $100,000 of critically needed products, such as antibiotics, oral rehydration solutions and nutritionals, to longstanding partners Direct Relief and AmeriCares.
AEON Aeon Co. , the Japanese supermarket chain, is donating 10 million yen for victims.
AIR PRODUCTS The Air Products Foundation has committed to a charitable contribution of $25,000 to the Red Cross International Relief Fund to support the massive recovery efforts.
AMGEN The Amgen Foundation has committed $200,000 to nonprofit organizations working to help communities recover from the devastation of Typhoon Haiyan. $100,000 will go to Direct Relief and $100,000 to International Medical Corps. The company is also encouraging staff members to utilize its 1:1 matching gifts program to increase their personal donations.
AMWAY Amway announced an initial $100,000 donation, which will be administered through its country headquarters in Manila. It has 120 employees and more than 60,000 Amway Business Owners in the country. Next week Amway employees will assemble 10,000 disaster relief kits and designate them to the Philippines to support recovery efforts.
AT&T AT&T is implementing international calling and texting relief efforts for U.S. residential wireless and wireline customers trying to connect with loved ones in the Philippines. AT&T is also making a $25,000 contribution to Connecticut-based AmeriCares, an organization that has been providing medical and humanitarian aid to the Philippines for nearly 30 years and is well positioned to respond to this recent tragedy. Their Emergency Response Team is in the Philippines and working with its partner organizations to oversee the distribution of medicines and supplies that can help treat 20,000 people.
AXA FOUNDATION AXA Equitable is a contributing member of the Red Cross’ Disaster Responder Program, enabling the Red Cross to respond immediately to disasters like Typhoon Haiyan. Parent company, AXA Group, is also supporting relief efforts. AXA has extended an international call for donations, set up a donation website and will match employee donations made to CARE.
BECHTEL Bechtel, the global engineering and construction company, has both office and project locations in the northern Philippines. Their corporate foundation made an immediate US$50,000 gift to the American Red Cross. They are also providing a dollar-for-dollar match of employee contributions through year-end to any charity responding to the disaster.
BNY MELLON BNY Mellon it is making an initial corporate donation of $100,000 to the International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies to support relief efforts in the Philippines in the wake of Typhoon Haiyan. The company is also donating a further $25,000 to help Stop Hunger Now ship 100,000 packed meals to the Philippines. BNY Mellon will also match employee individual donations toward Typhoon Haiyan relief efforts, dollar for dollar, through the company’s Disaster Relief Matched Giving Program.
BP The BP Foundation will donate $200,000 to the Philippine Red Cross to assist victims of Typhoon Haiyan with the purchase of emergency food, clean water, medicine, sanitation supplies and shelter. The Foundation will also match employees’ contributions dollar-for-dollar through its employee matching program.
BRIDGESTONE CORPORATION Bridgestone Asia Pacific Pte. Ltd., a subsidiary of the Bridgestone Corporation, donated $50,000 to the Singapore Red Cross Society to assist with relief efforts for typhoon Haiyan.
CAMPBELL SOUP COMPANY Campbell Soup is making a $50,000 contribution to the Red Cross Typhoon Appeal on behalf of the entire company and its Asian Employee Network. Campbell’s Asia Pacific Team is donating 25,000 units of Campbell’s instant dry soup and Pepperidge Farm has donated 470 cases of snacks to local relief agencies in the Philippines.
CARGILL Cargill is making an initial contribution of $100,000 to support WFP’s procurement and distribution of High Energy Biscuits (HEB’s) and other supplies being delivered to the hardest hit areas. WFP is the lead UN agency on food assistance and logistics, and already has planes and people on the ground distributing emergency food to the most vulnerable people.
CARNIVAL CORPORATION & THE MIAMI HEAT Carnival Corp. and the Miami HEAT have pledged at least $1 million to support relief efforts in communities affected by Typhoon Haiyan. Miami HEAT owner Micky Arison is also the chairman of Carnival Corp. & plc.
CITI Citi Foundation committed $250,000 to disaster relief with American Red Cross Pacific Typhoon Fund. Citi Philippines set up a special fundraising account and committed to donating all commissions from equity sales and trading operations in ASEAN on November 13 to the Philippines Red Cross. In the U.S., Citi activated American Red Cross fundraising microsites to facilitate donations from U.S. employees and clients.
CVS CAREMARK The CVS Caremark Charitable Trust announced a donation of$50,000 to the American Red Cross in support of relief efforts underway in the Philippines, with a potential total donation of up to $100,000 through the matching of CVS Caremark employee donations.
E. & J. GALLO WINERY E. & J. Gallo Winery is donating $100,000 to the Philippine Typhoon Relief Fund to assist rescue and relief teams.
ELI LILLY & COMPANY Committed $150,000 in cash to support relief efforts, divided evenly between Direct Relief International and World Vision. It is also matching employee donations.
FMC FMC Corporation said it is donating $75,000 to the American Red Cross to support ongoing recovery efforts in the wake of Typhoon Haiyan. FMC has seaweed processing operations in Cebu, Philippines, supporting its Health and Nutrition business, and an IT regional service center and business operations in Manila.
FORD MOTOR COMPANY & THE FORD MOTOR COMPANY FUND Ford Motor Company and the Ford Motor Company Fund are donating US $300,000 to the American Red Cross which will facilitate the transfer funds to the Philippine Red Cross. In addition, Ford Motor Company will match employee donations made through their Ford/Red Cross microsite – up to US $100,000.
GENERAL MILLS FOUNDATION The General Mills Foundation has committed $150,000 in disaster relief support to communities affected by Typhoon Haiyan. This grant will be directed to two disaster relief partners; $75,000 to the Philippines Red Cross and $75,000 to CARE to support immediate relief efforts.
GSK GSK’s donations of medicine supplies and consumer products are being coordinated by the local team. In addition, GSK’s primary humanitarian aid partner, AmeriCares, is releasing a consignment of antibiotics from pre-positioned stocks. Antibiotics are crucial in treating the many infections that are likely to occur following a disaster of this magnitude. An initial cash donation of £15,000 (US $22,869) has been made to the Philippine Red Cross to attend to the most urgent needs of affected communities for purchasing essential supplies.
HILTON WORLDWIDE Hilton is matching thier team members’ donations up to $50,000. The Hilton HHonors team is matching HHonors member donations up to $100,000 and providing 10 HHonors Bonus Points for every $1 in relief made through this link: www.globalgiving.org/hhonors through December 31, 2013.
HOLLAND AMERICA LINE & SEABOURN CRUISE LINE Holland America Line and Seabourn have announced a joint donation of $25,000 to support disaster relief for communities affected by Typhoon Yolanda.It is also collecting donations from employees, crew, and guests who wish to contribute to relief efforts through the Holland America Line Foundation (beneficiary to be finalized). All guest donations (100%) will benefit the Philippine Red Cross “Supertyphoon Yolanda” (Haiyan) fund.
JPMORGAN CHASE FOUNDATION JPMorgan Chase Foundation has announced that it will make a $1 million donation to the relief efforts through its non-profit partners, World Vision and Habitat for Humanity. Additionally, the bank will be matching employee contributions dollar-for-dollar up to a total of $250,000.
MACY’S Department store chain Macy’s. said it is making a $50,000 cash contribution to the international relief fund of the American Red Cross for relief efforts in the Philippines and other countries affected by Haiyan. The grant will also assist the American Red Cross’ efforts to help Americans locate and connect with their families overseas who are affected by the storm.
MARSH & MCLENNAN COMPANIES Marsh & McLennan Companies will be matching all colleague donations made to the International Rescue Committee through December 12. The Company will also contribute $50,000 to local charities in the affected areas — in addition to funding that has already been made available locally. MMC is also a member of the American Red Cross’ Disaster Responder group.
MEDTRONIC Medtronic Philanthropy has donated $100,000 US to the American Red Cross, Typhoon Appeal. In addition, all employee donations to the relief efforts will be matched dollar for dollar. Employees are allowed five days paid time off to volunteer for disaster relief efforts.
MICROSOFT Microsoft has committed nearly $500,000 in overall relief aid: $400,000 in immediate disaster relief ($50,000 cash grant and $350,000 FMV in-kind software donation) to support NetHope, Skype credits to local government & nonprofits, Emergency. kits deployed to aid connectivity & low-bandwidth communications, a $50,000 employee matching incentive for regional employee donations that support relief efforts, and is working with local governments to deploy TV white space radios to extend the use of satellite links for disconnected areas.
NBA The NBA and NBA Players Association are donating $250,000 to the U.S. Fund for UNICEF in support of UNICEF’s emergency relief efforts in areas of the Philippines ravaged by Typhoon Haiyan.
PEPSICO The PepsiCo Foundation is donating $1 million to support disaster relief and recovery efforts. The company is partnering with four relief agency partners to deliver this aid: American Red Cross International Response Fund, Give2Asia, Habitat for Humanity International and Save the Children.
PHILADELPHIA INSURANCE COMPANIES Philadelphia Insurance Companies has pledged $50,000, along with $20,000 of executive donations, towards aiding American Red Cross relief efforts in the Philippines, and is matching all employee gifts.
PRINCESS CRUISES & PRINCESS CRUISES COMMUNITY FOUNATION Princess Cruises & Princess Cruises Community Foundation will be contributing $50,000 to the Red Cross and $50,000 to International Medical Corps to support disaster relief. They are also inviting passengers aboard its 17 ships to contribute to the Princess Cruises Community Foundation, which will send the funds to these two organizations. Additionally, they will match up to $10,000 in funds donated by their crew members to the Homer Foundation in the Philippines, which will be earmarked for disaster relief.
RITE AID Rite Aid announced today that The Rite Aid Foundation will donate $50,000 to the American Red Cross to help the victims, families and communities in the Philippines affected by Typhoon Haiyan.
ROYAL CARRIBEAN CRUISES Royal Caribbean Cruises has pledged support for humanitarian relief efforts with initiatives the company said would total $1 million. Chief executive Richard Fain said the company employed 12,800 Filipinos among the 60,000 crew members on its 41 ships.
STATE STREET FOUNDATION The State Street Foundation made a $500,000 disaster relief grant.. In addition, a special Disaster Relief Matching Gift Program for employees will be activated with a $100,000 cap.
SUTTER HEALTH California-based Sutter Health is donating $200,000 for relief efforts by the American Red Cross International Disaster Relief Fund and International Medical Corps.
TD BANK TD Bank Group has donated $100,000 to the Red Cross to assist the relief efforts in the wake of the recent typhoon that hit the Philippines.
TELUS TELUS is providing free home phone calls (landline, not mobile) to the Philippines to BC and Alberta residents until November 14th. The company has also confirmed that half of its $100,000 donation will go to the Red Cross, while the other half will go to the”TELUS International Philippines Community Board for projects to support the relief effort directly in the Philippines.”
TEXAS INSTRUMENTS Texas Instruments, which has operations in Baguio and Clark, is also making a $100,000 contribution to the American Red Cross typhoon relief fund for the Philippines. The TI foundation will also match employee and retiree contributions up to $100,000..
THE CLOROX COMPANY The Clorox Company Foundation has donated $150,000 to the Red Cross. On the local front employees are volunteering to pack relief goods with the Dept. of Social Welfare, importing a container of bleach to the Red Cross, and getting the word out on proper disinfecting. The Clorox Company is matching donations 1:1 to relief agencies made through their workplace giving campaign, and has opened the Clorox/Red Cross microsite for personal donations.
THE WALT DISNEY COMPANY Disney is providing $500,000 to the relief effort in the Philippines thru grants to Save the Children and the American Red Cross. The Walt Disney Company Foundation will match all eligible contributions from employees.
TOYOTA MOTOR CORPORATION Toyota Motor Philippines and Toyota Financial Services Philippines pledged a donation of 10-Million Philippino Pesos (US$228,910) for victims of super typhoon Yolanda.
TRUCK BUN PHILIPPINES Truck Bun Philippines said all of its profits from Nov. 12-14 will be donated to Yolanda victims. The food truck business invites the public to visit Truck Bun at Capitol Commons Food Truck Park in Ortigas to support the cause.
UNITED AIRLINES United Airlines today announced that it is partnering with AmeriCares, American Red Cross and Operation USA in their efforts to provide aid to those affected by Typhoon Haiyan in the Philippines. The United Airlines Foundation will donate up to $50,000 to match donations to partner organizations from United customers and employees. The airline will also provide a one-time mileage bonus to MileagePlus members who donate. United will contribute up to 5 million miles for this initiative.
UNITED TECHNOLOGIES United Technologies Corp. announced a contribution of $250,000 to The American Red Cross, and pledged to match employee contributions up to another $100,000. UTC-specific portals were set up for employee gifts to ARC (U.S. employees) and GlobalGiving (U.S. and non-U.S. employees).
UPS UPS pledged $1 million in support for recovery efforts in the Philippines following the devastation caused by Typhoon Haiyan. The pledge is a combination of cash grants, in-kind transportation movements and technical expertise to provide urgent relief as well as strategic support for the long-term needs.
W.W. GRAINGER W.W. Grainger, Inc. has committed $25,000 to the American Red Cross International Disaster Relief Fund in support of Typhoon Haiyan relief efforts. In addition, Grainger is expanding its matching gifts program to include donations to the American Red Cross International Disaster Relief Fund for Typhoon Haiyan relief through December 31, 2013. The Grainger Matching Charitable Gifts Program matches $3 for every $1 contributed by team members and retirees.
XOOM CORPORATION Xoom Corporation (XOOM), a leading digital money transfer provider, has announced that it will contribute 100% of money transfer fees for all donations sent to the Philippine Red Cross (PRC) from Xoom.com in support of those affected by Typhoon Yolanda. From today through November 30, customers can visitwww.xoom.com/philippines to send a donation directly to the PRC’s Peso bank accounts.

Source: http://bclc.uschamber.com/site-page/typhoon-haiyan-corporate-aid-tracker (As of Nov. 14)