Hurricane Florence

In the aftermath of Hurricane Florence making landfall, the business community is mobilizing their expertise, capabilities, and community resources to assist with the relief and recovery efforts. Use this form to submit how your company is aiding in the Hurricane Florence relief and recovery efforts.

Disclaimer: This tracker is a compilation of publically available and company-summited data and may not be fully representative of all private sector giving. 

Year: 
2018
3M - California Wildfire Response

3M

3M is responding to communities affected by the wildfires in California to provide needed relief and recovery supplies through our teams on the ground and humanitarian aid partners.
84 Lumber - Hurricane Florence Response

84 Lumber

84 Lumber is giving back to those who have been impacted by Hurricane Florence. The building materials supplier donated $10,000 to the Food Bank of Central and Eastern North Carolina, along with $500 to Religious Community Services in New Bern, N.C. The company also partnered with BLS Trucking to donate a 53-foot-long tractor trailer for the collection and transport of water, clothing, cleaning supplies, dog food and other necessities to New Bern, one of the hardest-hit areas.
Abbvie - Hurricane Florence Response

AbbVie

In the aftermath of the disaster, the AbbVie Foundation worked with its long-standing disaster relief partners to evaluate immediate needs. To support ongoing recovery efforts, AbbVie Foundation is donating a total of $500,000 this year to the following five organizations: - American Red Cross - Direct Relief - International Medical Corps - Feeding America - MAP International
Advance Auto Parts, Inc. - Hurricane Florence Response

Advance Auto Parts, Inc.

Advance Auto Parts, Inc. announced it will host a Hurricane Florence donation drive at 40 Raleigh/Triangle-area Advance Auto Parts stores now through Sept. 30.
Aetna - Hurricane Florence Response

Aetna

Aetna Foundation has given a $100,000 disaster relief grant to the North Carolina Disaster Relief Fund. The Foundation has also activated it's dollar-for-dollar disaster response employee matching program.
Airbnb - Hurricane Florence Response

AirBnB

Airbnb has activated its disaster response tool for a wide swath of the east coast, encouraging hosts to open their homes for free to displaced neighbors and disaster-relief workers in need of housing. The program is active for Atlanta and Augusta in Georgia; Charlotte and Greensboro in North Carolina; Columbia, Greenville, and Spartanburg in South Carolina; and Charlottesville, Virginia, through Oct. 1.
Ally Financial - Hurricane Florence Response

Ally Financial Inc.

Ally Financial is giving its employees a link to donate to the American Red Cross through October, and will match individual contributions up to $250 per employee.
Altice USA - Hurricane Florence Response

Altice USA

New York-based telecommunications company Altice USA, which serves parts of North Carolina, donated to a Red Cross chapter in the state and is providing $500,000 of free advertising time to the agency for relief efforts. It will also match employee contributions up to $50,000.
Ameren Corporation - Hurricane Florence Response

Ameren Corporation

As communities impacted by Hurricane Florence continue to recover from the disaster, Ameren Corporation is providing assistance through a $25,000 donation to the American Red Cross for relief efforts.
American Airlines - Hurricane Florence Response

American Airlines

American Airlines has donated $1 million to the American Red Cross in anticipation of Hurricane Florence relief efforts. Additionally, American frequently offers a generous 10x AAdvantage miles bonus for donations toward disaster relief, and its Hurricane Florence partnership with the American Red Cross is no exception. Donors will receive 10x AAdvantage miles for a minimum donation to the American Red Cross through Sept. 21.
American Eagle Outfitters - Hurricane Florence Response

American Eagle Outfitters

Good360 is pleased to announce a charitable contribution in the amount of $100,000 from partner American Eagle Outfitters (AEO) to help with long-term support and recovery in communities impacted by Hurricane Florence.  This commitment follows the company’s collaboration with Good360 to support survivors of both the 2017 Atlantic hurricane season as well as California’s devastating wildfires in both 2017 and 2018.
American Express - Hurricane Florence Response

American Express

American Express has committed $200,000 to the American Red Cross and its relief efforts related to Hurricane Florence in the Carolinas. The company is also donating $50,000 toward to the Philippines Red Cross for its relief efforts related to Typhoon Mangkhut. American Express will also match employee contributions to various disaster relief organizations in the United States.
AmerisourceBergen - Hurricane Florence Response

AmerisourceBergen Corporation

The AmerisourceBergen Foundation, a not-for-profit charitable giving organization focused on supporting health-related causes that enrich the global community, committed more than $300,000 to support relief efforts in the communities affected by natural disasters, including Hurricanes Florence and Michael.
Amgen - Hurricane Florence Response

Amgen

The Amgen Foundation has committed $50,000 to Hurricane Florence relief efforts, supporting International Medical Corps at $25,000 and Heart to Heart International at $25,000.
Anheuser-Busch - Hurricane Florence Response

Anheuser-Busch

Anheuser-Busch sent six truckloads, or about 300,000 cans, to local wholesalers in North Carolina, South Carolina, and Virginia. Donations were made through the American Red Cross.
Anthem - Hurricane Florence Response

Anthem

Anthem Inc. is taking steps to help people in Georgia, North Carolina, South Carolina and Virginia who may be impacted by Hurricane Florence. Teams across the company are preparing to help impacted Anthem consumers and residents in hurricane areas by providing easier access to prescription medications and resources to access medical treatment or mental health support via Anthem’s LiveHealth Online telehealth service and Anthem’s Employee Assistance Program (EAP)...
Apple - Hurricane Florence Response

Apple

Apple CEO Tim Cook said his company will donate $1 million to the Red Cross in the wake of Hurricane Florence.
AT&T - Hurricane Florence Response

AT&T

AT&T is contributing $200,000 to the North Carolina Disaster Relief Fund (NCDRF), answering the call from Gov. Roy Cooper to the business community to help meet the urgent needs of Hurricane Florence victims.
Atlanta Falcons - Hurricane Florence Response

Atlanta Falcons

Arthur M. Blank, the Atlanta Falcons and Atlanta United today announced a $1 million pledge toward storm relief efforts. The grant will be split between the American Red Cross of Georgia and Greater Carolinas Region, as well as the United Way, to assist rebuilding and recovery efforts during hurricane season.
Atlanta United - Hurricane Florence Response

Atlanta United

Arthur M. Blank, the Atlanta Falcons and Atlanta United today announced a $1 million pledge toward storm relief efforts. The grant will be split between the American Red Cross of Georgia and Greater Carolinas Region, as well as the United Way, to assist rebuilding and recovery efforts during hurricane season.

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