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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BlackBerry is offering a range of security, communication and productivity solutions, free of charge for a 60-day period.

BlockWorks Group

BlockWorks Group is giving away ad slots on several of its podcasts exclusively to small businesses in its community that need to advertise but don’t have the budget for it right now. The company is also working with partners, clients and even competitors to give time and resources to consumers and small businesses in need.

Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Louisiana

The Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Louisiana Foundation donated $50,000 to the Greater New Orleans Foundation's Louisiana Service & Hospitality Family Assistance Program. With all schools closed, many families are figuring out how to provide an extra meal for children staying at home, which can stretch the resources of families already on tight budgets. A gift of just $1 to a local food bank can provide three meals for a family in need. Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Louisiana is making sponsorships to several food banks that add up to $30,000 to date...

Blue Cross Blue Shield Association

The Blue Cross Blue Shield Association (BCBSA) announced that the network of 36 independent and locally-operated Blue Cross and Blue Shield (BCBS) companies and the Blue Cross and Blue Shield Federal Employee Program® (FEP®), have committed nearly $3 billion to date in support of members, health care workers and local communities to aid in the ongoing fight against COVID-19. Support includes...

Blue Prism

Blue Prism rolled out the Blue Prism COVID-19 Response Program. The company is helping by providing digital workers and process automation resources to organizations impacted by COVID-19 to help them maintain critical business continuity. Blue Prism has helped organizations in the life sciences, public safety and healthcare arena — people on the front lines of this pandemic — by improving the efficiency of healthcare supply purchasing.

BMO Financial Group

BMO Financial Group announced a donation to United Way to support gaps in community services urgently needed for vulnerable individuals affected by the public health, social and economic consequences of COVID-19. As a first step, funds donated will be provided via United Way to communities across Canada affected by the virus.

BMO Harris Bank

BMO Harris is offering payment relief options on mortgages, home equity, loans and credit cards.

Boehringer Ingelheim

Boehringer Ingelheim (BI) is standing together with all parties to support the fight against the epidemic, making every effort to protect employees’ health and safety. BI has made a number of donations totaling more than $1 million (USD) to support the forefront fight against the epidemic in China including: A donation to the China Red Cross Foundation to purchase medical protective materials for hospitals in Wuhan and other cities in Hubei. This helps local frontline medical staff involved in their fight against the epidemic to treat patients more safely...

Boll & Branch

Boll & Branch has donated mattresses and pillows to emergency medical operations in the fight against COVID-19 in New York. The company has also begun donating mattresses to emergency shelters for homeless veterans in Pennsylvania.

Bond No. 9

Bond No. 9 has partnered with Mount Sinai Health System on the front lines battling the coronavirus pandemic in New York. From April 2nd through Thursday, April 30th, Bond No. 9 will donate 20% of its e-commerce sales to Mount Sinai Health System to help provide for additional nurses and childcare.

Boom Supersonic

At Boom Supersonic, limited employees are leveraging 3D printers in the manufacturing facility to print headband pieces for face shields. Its partner, Stratasys, donated printing materials to help Boom make the face shields.

Booz Allen Hamilton

Booz Allen Hamilton announced a pandemic resilience program of more than $100 million to support its 27,000 employees and the communities where they live and work. The program includes major benefit program enhancements to support employees dealing with health, childcare, and COVID-related issues; a pledge of job security at least through July 1; and a commitment to provide funding, assistance, and technology expertise to aid vulnerable populations, military families, veterans and frontline healthcare workers...

Boston Scientific

Thousands of safety supply items have been sent to Boston Scientific employees and the company is working to secure and deliver more. In close collaboration with local hospitals, Boston Scientific is donating more than $800K in essential supplies including face masks, goggles and protective suits. Boston Scientific is continuously monitoring to understand evolving needs, and will work with our global network to provide additional support. In addition, Boston Scientific has initiated a matching relief program supporting donations to Project HOPE...

Box Inc.

Box Inc. is offering existing clients in need of more Box licenses for new remote workers at no additional cost. The company is also offering organizations working to fight COVID-19 or any eligible nonprofit Box access for free. See the Box Blog and for details. $125K in donations are planned for San Francisco Bay Area nonprofit agencies.


BoxOfDocs is offering free knowledge sharing resources and templates (ordinances, bylaws, templates, etc.) for local government employees.


BP Foundation contributed $2M to the Solidarity Response Fund for World Health Organization. The BP Foundation will also match employee donations to the WHO, American Red Cross and the International Federal Red Cross COVID-19 response efforts. BP is also supporting first responders, doctors, nurses and medical workers on the frontlines of the COVID-19 pandemic by announcing a discount of up to 15 cents per gallon on every fill up at bp and Amoco stations for sixty days. Program sign up is available through


Independent brewer BrewDog has begun making hand sanitizer at its distillery in Aberdeenshire, Scotland amid shortages driven by coronavirus fears. The firm said it would be giving away the “punk sanitizer” for free to those that need it.


BrightHive assembled the COVID-19 Data Response Team to provide pro bono services for responsible data sharing and essential help to fill gaps in critical digital infrastructure. The Data Response Team is helping cities and states across the country publish real-time updates on thousands of open child care centers for critical care providers. The company is helping states provide real-time information on which industries and occupations are hit the hardest by layoffs and where the out of work can find new work now...


Senior citizens are left isolated and are sometimes unable to go out and pick up groceries and deliveries. Bringg sees communities solving this problem in two ways, and it helps with both for free. The company released BringgNOW as a free product. Bringg created a pro bono plan that helps more than five cities make deliveries using the companies tools. The last initiative it sees is helping small farmers or manufacturers get to their customers directly.


In Malaysia, Broadcom committed RM 2 million ($459,347 USD) towards Tabung COVID-19 relief efforts. The donations would be used to provide assistance and relief for Covid-19 patients, the underprivileged, those undergoing quarantine and health institutions in need of financial assistance.