Humanitarian Crisis in Ukraine

Following Russia's invasion of Ukraine, the business community is mobilizing their expertise, capabilities, and community resources to assist with the humanitarian relief efforts. The U.S. Chamber of Commerce Foundation's Corporate Citizenship Center is tracking the corporate response – totaling more than $1.06 billion – as businesses announce the ways in which they are supporting the crisis in Ukraine.

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Disclaimer: This tracker is a compilation of publicly available and company-submitted data by businesses that have a presence in the U.S. and may not be fully representative of all private sector giving.


11 Bit Studios

11 Bit Studios, a Polish video game developer, has announced a 3m PLN ($692,824 USD) donation to aid Ukraine. The studio will also donate a weeks worth of proceeds from the sale of its anti-war game, This War of Mine, to the Ukrainian Red Cross.


Over 2,508 3Mers have donated more than US $376,000 through GlobalGiving’s Ukraine Crisis Relief Fund Microsite. With the 3M Foundation dollar-for-dollar match, more than US $752,000 will be put toward basic needs for those affected by the invasion of the country – food, shelter and clean water, as well as access to education and mental health resources. The employee contributions are on top of 3Mgives’ commitment of at least $2 million to directly support relief efforts, as well as the heartfelt direct donations of housing, money and personal goods 3Mers have sent to colleagues in...

A.N. Webber, Inc.

The A.N. Webber companies and its employees contributed to Samaritan's Purse International Relief in aid of Ukraine.


Abbott's foundation, the Abbott Fund, is donating $5 million to humanitarian organizations including International Medical Corps, CARE, Americares and Project HOPE to deliver emergency and primary health care services, supplies and basic needs for people in Ukraine and other border countries serving Ukrainian refugees. This funding also will help strengthen the capabilities and infrastructure of several Ukrainian pediatric and general hospitals, and help successfully integrate Ukrainian refugees, most of whom are women and children, in neighboring countries, including providing training...


As a global biopharmaceutical company, AbbVie supporting the people of Ukraine and those impacted across the region. AbbVie's primary focus continues to be the safety of its colleagues and ensuring patients have access to the medicines they need. AbbVie’s humanitarian and philanthropic response includes: 1. Donating a total of $1 million to nonprofit partners for medical care and supplies for Ukraine and Ukrainian refugees. 2. Donating essential medicines to the Ukrainian government and our disaster relief partners. 3. Providing relief and additional financial support as needed to Ukrainian...


Accenture is donating $5 million to nonprofit relief organizations working to help people in Ukraine and those who are being displaced into Poland, Romania, Slovakia, Hungary and the Czech Republic. The company is also matching 100% of the donations from its employees.


Acronis and Acronis Cyber Foundation are partnering with UNICEF to alleviate the suffering of those impacted by the war. Acronis has committed to donate $250,000 to UNICEF to help the people in Ukraine.

Activision Blizzard

Activision Blizzard is matching employee donations 2:1 to organizations providing immediate relief in the region. The company has raised over $300,000 in this effort.


Adidas announced a donation of €1 million ($1,094,030) to refugee and children’s charities including Save the Children, SOS Children’s Villages, Terre des Hommes, and UNO-Flüchtlingshilfe to provide basic goods and support to evacuated families. Adidas also donated clothes to Global Aid Network for people in need in Ukraine, Poland, Moldova and Hungary.

Aeronaut Brewing Co.

Aeronaut Brewing Co. has partnered with the Federation of Beer to raise funds for CARE’s Ukraine Crisis Fund. The companies release of ‘Red Eyes’ is a collaboration with Lviv’s own Pravda Beer Theatre, which has been fortifying Ukraine’s civilian resistance on the front lines. 100% of the proceeds will be donated and provide immediate aid and recovery, food, water, hygiene kits, psychosocial support, and cash assistance to those affected by this conflict — prioritizing women and girls, families, and the elderly. Vendors and partners have donated ingredients and materials for the...

Air Canada

Air Canada will donate $10 for every booking made on to support Ukraine relief aid, with a total donation of up to $250,000. This $250,000 donation will complement the $170,000 contribution recently made by Air Canada's employees and the Air Canada Foundation to the Canadian Red Cross and other charities, as well as the ongoing humanitarian aid destined to Poland and Ukraine transported through Air Canada Cargo.


Airbnb Inc said its non-profit arm would offer free, temporary housing for up to 100,000 refugees fleeing Ukraine. Chief Executive Brian Officer Brian Chesky and Joe Gebbia, the chairman of, have sent letters to leaders of Poland, Romania, Germany and Hungary offering help to house the refugees. The countries share borders with Ukraine. The stays will be funded by Airbnb, donors to the Refugee Fund and hosts of

AITIM Consulting

AITIM Consulting is participating in the fundraising campaign “Trucking & Logistics Professionals For Ukraine." Funds from this campaign will go directly to three groups working to provide direct relief for the Ukrainian people — Save The Children, UNICEF, and ICRF. The campaign has commitments from trucking and logistics companies that total over $350,000. Each company involved has committed to donating between $10,000 and $50,000.

Akelius Apartments Ltd.

As part of a matching grant with Sverige för UNHCR, the Akelius Foundation donated USD $52 million to support the emergency response in Ukraine.


The ALDI SOUTH Group is providing humanitarian aid in the value of 5 million Euro ($5.3 million USD).


Allianz announced it would make available 10 million euros (10.7 million usd) to support humanitarian efforts in light of the invasion of Ukraine along with up to 2.5 million euros (2.6 million usd) to match employee donations.  The first one million euros will be immediately donated to the German Red Cross to provide humanitarian assistance to those displaced by the conflict and those who are in need in Ukraine.

Allstate Insurance Company

In support for victims of the war, Allstate has setup a $1 million Ukrainian Relief fund and is matching employee donations.


ALPS Insurance is resetting its corporate match program. If any employees have already submitted a match this year, the companies full $150 per employee 100% match will be again available for the Red Cross and other organizations supporting Ukraine.

Amazon and Amazon Web Services

Amazon has provided humanitarian assistance to the people of Ukraine since the first day of the Russian invasion. This includes its infrastructure and technology to provide support to charity organizations working to help refugees and other impacted people and donating more than $35 million in financial support, products, and cloud computing credits. The donations include over $10 million to more than 150 charity organizations that are providing critical support on the ground, including UNICEF, UNHCR, World Food Program, Red Cross, Polska Akcja Humanitarna, and Save the Children...

AMD Medicom Inc.

Quebec-based AMD Medicom Inc. will be sending over $250,000 worth of medical products from North America and Europe. In addition, the company is launching a fundraiser among its nearly 2,000 employees and will match every dollar donated. The funds raised will be donated to Doctors Without Borders and used primarily to improve access to health care and medication.