Corporate Aid Tracker: COVID-19 Business in Action

On March 11, 2020, the World Health Organization declared the COVID-19 outbreak a pandemic.  Pandemics know no borders.  As the number of infections grows daily, it has become clear that no community will be spared its effects.

The leadership of the business community has never been more important than in times of crisis.  American businesses have been at the forefront of the response to the COVID-19 pandemic – from manufacturing essential medical supplies to providing support for first responders and healthcare professionals. 

The U.S. Chamber of Commerce Foundation has been tracking the contributions from businesses of all sizes and sectors that are helping combat the coronavirus. This tracker is updated daily, and we’d love to include your information.

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Allianz (China) Insurance Holding and its corporate parent, Allianz, said they would set up 4 million yuan (US$570,000) emergency response fund to help tackle the outbreak.


Allstate Corporation announced that it would return more than $600 million in auto insurance premiums to customers as many Americans stay home and drive less due to "shelter-in-place" orders. Most customers will receive a "payback" of 15% of their monthly premium in April and May. Allstate is making the Allstate Identity Protection product free for the rest of the year with no opt-out-requirement. Allstate Identity Protection helps protect people from identity theft and financial fraud and provides more control over information shared digitally...

Ally Financial Inc.

Ally Financial launched a comprehensive set of financial support initiatives to help the people and communities it serves to withstand the extraordinary pressures triggered by the COVID-19 health crisis and be better positioned to recover quickly from its effects. The package involves the following measures:

Alpha Technologies, Inc.

Alpha Technologies of Hurricane announced an initiative designed to provide small- to medium-sized businesses across West Virginia with the capacity and bandwidth needed to support remote workers. Under the West Virginia Work Remote Connection Initiative, Alpha Technologies will host, either physically or virtually, participating companies’ servers at Alpha’s federally secured data center in South Charleston. There, any software needed to enable businesses and its remote employees to connect will be installed, along with voice/video services, if desired...

Alto Pharmacy

Alto Pharmacy continues to deliver medications to its patients, giving patients the peace of mind that they can receive their prescriptions without having to risk their safety by going to a crowded pharmacy. Patients can also request early refills and longer fills to ensure they have access to their medication throughout this period.

Alto Pharmacy

Alto is leveraging its courier delivery fleet model to bring much-needed supplies to its colleagues working on the front lines. The company launched a personal protective equipment (PPE) donation program in the San Francisco Bay Area and hope to expand it to other communities. In just over one week of coordinating PPE donations to hospitals, Alto ran more than 60 individual donation pick-ups, accounting for more than 1,700 masks, 11,000 gloves and various other supplies.


Altria Group, Inc. announced that it has committed $1 million to support immediate local coronavirus relief efforts in its headquarters community of Richmond, VA, and its other manufacturing and grower communities. As part of this initial investment, Altria provided $500,000 to the Community Foundation of Greater Richmond’s COVID-19 Response Fund.

Amazon Web Services

Amazon has contributed $1 million to a new Seattle Foundation fund for community members affected by COVID-19. In addition, Amazon created a $5 million Neighborhood Small Business Relief Fund to provide cash grants to Seattle-area small businesses that need assistance to get through economic challenges related to COVID-19. Amazon has also donated $1 million to kick-start emergency COVID-19 response funds that will immediately benefit the four largest Washington D.C. region community foundations that are working to support vulnerable populations impacted amid the pandemic...

Ameren Corporation

Ameren Corp. developed Coronavirus Income Relief Program aimed at helping hourly and other workers impacted by closures. The company is administering a program through United Way and adding to its existing funding for traditional programs aimed at low income, disabled, and seniors. The company will decrease energy bills for residential, commercial and industrial customers by $32 million in annual revenue requirement...

American Airlines

American Airlines announced it would donate $460,000 to support UNICEF’s relief work in Latin America as part of its efforts to help during the coronavirus outbreak. The airline will be assisting impacted communities in Argentina, Brazil, Costa Rica, and Guatemala by providing water, sanitation items, Personal Protective Equipment (PPE), basic health kits and more. American Airlines also donated various supplies to Mount Sinai Hospital in New York City; Dana-Farber Cancer Institute in Boston; and St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital in Memphis, Tennessee...

American Electric Power

AEP temporarily has suspended all service disconnections for non-payment. The American Electric Power Foundation has donated nearly $3 million in emergency funds to support basic human needs and help address the hardships faced by customers and communities. AEP has a team dedicated to helping small business customers apply for federal relief programs and make payment arrangements.

American Express

American Express has committed more than $6 million in various forms of financial support to back the tireless work of those on the front lines of the COVID-19 global crisis. This includes $2.1 million grants to the following global and national organizations: International Medical Corps, CDC Foundation, Feeding America, COVID-19 Solidarity Response Fund for the World Health Organization, and International Rescue Committee. American Express has also committed $3.8 million in contributions to support organizations responding to the pandemic at the local level. These include: ...

American Transmission Company

American Transmission Company donated $10,000 to the American Red Cross-Wisconsin Region, and will also donate a total of $40,000 to six food pantries in Wisconsin and Upper Michigan, where company offices and facilities are located, including the following:

American Water

American Water and the American Water Charitable Foundation announced a $100,000 donation to Feeding America to help food banks across the country support individuals and families impacted by the coronavirus (COVID-19). American Water will also be making mask donations. The company is suspending water and power disconnections.

AmerisourceBergen Corporation

The AmerisourceBergen Foundation has committed $1 million to support communities, individuals and nonprofits impacted by the coronavirus (COVID-19). The grant donations will be deployed to regional, national and global organizations focused on combatting the economic, psychosocial and health challenges resulting from the global pandemic. The Foundation commits $250,000 to Direct Relief, $250,000 to Americares, and $150,000 to Healthcare Ready. The Foundation has committed to match AmerisourceBergen associate donations made to Direct Relief, Americares and Healthcare Ready...


Amgen and the Amgen Foundation announced an initial commitment of up to $12.5 million to support U.S. and global relief efforts to address critical needs in communities impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic. The funds will be used to support emergency response efforts in Amgen's U.S. and international communities, patient-focused organizations that are mounting their own response efforts, and international relief efforts by Direct Relief and International Medical Corps. The Amgen Foundation will also match donations made by Amgen staff around the globe...


AMOpportunities is working with its network to import N95 masks to high-density areas in the United States. AMOpportunities’ COO is working with international partners to source N95 masks and other medical equipment for its hospitals and has already arranged such a delivery to a hospital in Chicago from a distributor in China.


Amway says a team of more than 40 employees launched Project Light Speed. The employees used 9,000 gallons of ethanol and other raw materials available at Amway’s Ada campus to create a hand sanitizer that will be donated to Spectrum Health hospital employees handling the mounting cases of COVID-19. In Malaysia, Amway has contributed RM 156,000 ($35,800 USD) to University Malaya Medical Center for the purchase of Covid-19 testing kits; donated 100 units of Atmosphere Air Purifier to Hospital Sungai Buloh; and delivered 150 units of Atmosphere Air Purifier to the Ministry of Health...


Analytics8 would like to do its part to help companies avoid any unnecessary layoffs by providing them the visibility into their supply chain through a simplified version of the companies SpendView application that focuses on supply chain. The Supply Chain Analytics application is being offered completely without charge or obligation.


Andonix developed an Industry 4.0 SaaS solution designed to help companies connect and coordinate emergency response situations with their front line workforce, to prevent major business disruptions. The Andonix solution allows companies in the private and public sectors establish effective real time communication, provide virtual training and guidance to frontline workers and capture data in real time from the frontline. Andonix is donating access to this platform to all organizations who want to put business continuity plans in place.