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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Celestica Malaysia made donations to two hospitals. To Hospital Sultan Abdul Halim Kedah, the company donated 2 bottles of 10L Hand sanitizers,  2000 pairs of Nitrile Gloves and  2000 Hair Covers. To Kulim Hospital, the items donated were Nitrile Gloves (3000 M pcs, 1000 L pcs, 1000 XL pcs). In addition, Celestica sent Hospital Queen Elizabeth 2000 Nitrile gloves; 2000 Shoes covers; 2000 Hair covers; and 49 Jumpsuits.

Centara Grand

Centara Grand at CentralWorld in Bangkok has been hosting doctors, nurses, and other healthcare staff from the Police Hospital since April 1, 2020, and will continue to do so until the situation improves. The company has also recently introduced high-quality home delivery service for food to support social distancing, and has implemented safety and sanitizing measures in the hotels that remain open.


Centerfield recently donated to Frontline Foods, an organization raising funds to feed healthcare workers by partnering with local restaurants. The company wanted to show its sincere appreciation for healthcare workers who are on the front line, risking their lives to save others and helping to put an end to this unfortunate pandemic. The donation will also help local restaurants that are struggling financially during this time. The company has also given to Meals on Wheels, an organization dedicated to keeping seniors safe and nourished...

CenterPoint Energy, Inc.

CenterPoint Energy announced through its foundation the company will contribute $1.5 million to nonprofit organizations, agencies and causes that are committed to supporting those who have been disproportionately impacted by COVID-19. CenterPoint Energy's COVID-19 Relief Fund will include $1 million in direct contributions, as well as up to $500,000 in matching gifts for employees' contributions to qualifying 501(c)3 organizations. The company will support customers who may need payment assistance, arrangements or extensions during the COVID-19 crisis...

Central Hudson Gas & Electric Corp.

Central Hudson Gas & Electric Corp. is donating food to local nonprofits helping to feed its neighbors during COVID-19. The company is also suspending power disconnects. Associate Section Leader Joe Koberger is helping Sew & Vac make masks to donate to local hospitals, medical centers and nonprofits who care for patients during the COVID-19 pandemic. The masks are worn on top of the surgical N95 masks to prolong their life.

Charter Communications

Charter Communications announced that it will offer free Spectrum broadband and Wi-Fi access for 60 days to households with K-12 and/or college students who don’t already have a Spectrum subscription.


Chevron has a long history of supporting communities, particularly in times of need by contributing to crisis response and relief efforts. Across the company, Chevron has committed approximately $12 million to COVID-19 relief efforts in countries and communities where the company operates, making both financial and in-kind donations to food banks, education and health services.   Examples of donations include: $500,000 to DonorsChoose to help teachers in the highest needs schools; $430,000 to food banks in California and Texas; and $70,000 to the United Way in New Mexico...


Chewy, Inc. announced it is working alongside and other non-profit partners to donate more than $1.7 million in pet food, healthcare supplies, and other products to animal welfare organizations most severely affected by the regional economic impact of coronavirus.


Chime is piloting a way for its users to receive their federal $1,200 stimulus checks instantly, weeks before the government is expected to send the payments.


Chipotle Mexican Grill Inc. said that it is offering free delivery from March 15 to March 31. Moreover, food will be packaged in tamper-evident packaging to ensure food isn't touched during delivery.

Choice Hotels International

Choice Hotels is now offering hotel room discounts to essential workers at more than 5,000 hotels across the country during this crisis as a way of saying thank you for their work helping keep our communities safe and healthy.

Choura Events

Choura Events, a California live event agency, quickly pivoted to providing triage tents for temporary, local medical facilities.

Christina's Home Guardian's

Christina's Home Guardian's has implemented a new and detailed cleaning guideline that includes all lininen and blankets, even those in closet, to be washed every time the company comes, disinfecting all hard surfaces and handles and door knobs, rooms and floors before even beginning their regular check lists. They are also suppling Clorox wipes and disinfectant, gloves and more for every home to keep. A full list can be found on their website

Chubb Group

Chubb announced that it is committing $10 million to pandemic relief efforts globally. The support will go to people and programs providing emergency frontline services and for assistance to the most financially vulnerable members of the community who have been impacted the hardest by the pandemic. Chubb will work with a range of partner organizations in the United States and other countries to provide essential resources immediately. The funding will be made by the Chubb Charitable Foundation. Separately, the company announced that it will not conduct any layoffs of Chubb employees...

CI Security

Unfortunately, criminals are taking advantage of the pandemic to launch new attacks, and CI Securtiy is offering cyber defense services to organizations on the front lines of the coronavirus crisis for free.


The Cigna Foundation and New York Life Foundation launched the Brave of Heart Fund to provide monetary grants to survivors of front-line U.S. healthcare workers who give their lives in the fight against COVID-19. The Cigna Foundation and the New York Life Foundation are each making initial contributions of $25 million to seed the Fund. Together, the companies hope to raise more than $100 million to protect these families from financial hardship and provide behavioral and emotional support...


Cisco is committing $225 million in cash, in-kind, and planned-giving to support both the global and local response to COVID-19. As part of its commitment, Cisco is allocating $8 million in cash and $210 million in product to the global coronavirus response. It is focusing these resources on supporting healthcare and education, government response and critical technology. Part of this will go to the United Nations Foundation’s COVID-19 Solidarity Response Fund, supporting the World Health Organization’s (WHO) worldwide efforts to help prevent, detect, and manage the spread of COVID-19...


Citi and the Citi Foundation have committed over $65 million to date in support of COVID-19-related community relief efforts around the world, including nearly $36 million in charitable contributions from Citi and nearly $30 million in grants from the Citi Foundation. These efforts are helping to deliver immediate relief to frontline workers and populations within communities most impacted. They also are supporting longer-term investments in programs focused on economic recovery and financial stability...


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Citizens Financial Group

Citizens Bank in Providence, Rhode Island, has announced a commitment of $5 million in support of communities and businesses impacted by the coronavirus. The Community Support Relief program will provide funding in support of coronavirus-related efforts in regions where the bank operates — including Massachusetts, Pennsylvania, and Rhode Island — while its Small Business Relief and Recovery program will provide funding and other assistance in the coming months to small businesses in the three states.