Hurricane Harvey

In the aftermath of Hurricane Harvey 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 Harvey relief and recovery efforts.

Year: 
2017
3M
3M has committed more than $1 Million in cash and product support for relief agencies responding in Texas and Louisiana - including a 3M Foundation match of up to $250,000 for 3Mer donations to the American Red Cross. Product donations include personal safety, consumer health care, and infection prevention donations, among many others.
Abbott
Abbott and the Abbott Fund are providing $1 million in grants and healthcare and nutrition products. This includes $900,000 in grants to American Red Cross, Americares and Direct Relief, and $100,000 in healthcare and nutrition products. This builds on earlier work with Direct Relief and Feeding America to help communities prepare for the hurricane season. Abbott nutrition and healthcare products were stored in Louisiana and Texas, helping health clinics and food banks to quickly respond.
AbbVie
Prior to Hurricane Harvey’s landfall, AbbVie medicines were pre-positioned in 11 clinics in the affected area through partner Direct Relief. Since Harvey hit southeast Texas, AbbVie and the AbbVie Foundation have been working with nonprofit partners throughout the affected region on a multitude of relief activities. To address the dire needs left in the storm’s wake, the AbbVie Foundation has committed $1 million in grant funding to several nonprofits which includes the American Red Cross, AmeriCares, Feeding America, Heart to Heart International, and Texas Children’s Hospital.
AdvoCare
Through a partnership with the American Red Cross and the Red Cross DFW disaster relief program, AdvoCare is donating $50,000 and matching dollar for dollar raised through their AdvoCare Red Cross portal up to an additional $50,000.
Aetna
The Aetna Foundation announced it will be making a $100,000 contribution to the American Red Cross, a $100,000 contribution to the Community Foundation of Greater Houston as well as a $50,000 contribution to Team Rubicon, to support current and forthcoming disaster relief efforts.
Aflac
Insurance firm Aflac said it is making a $500,000 contribution to the American Red Cross in Texas.
Air Products
The Air Products Foundation has made a commitment of $100,000 to provide support for relief efforts from the devastation being caused by Hurricane Harvey in Texas and Louisiana. Of that contribution, $50,0000 will go to the American Red Cross Hurricane Harvey Relief Fund to help address immediate needs in the affected area. The company will coordinate with leaders in our host communities throughout the Gulf Coast to identify local relief needs and designate the other $50,000 to local support.
AirBnB
Airbnb has activated their hosts across the state to open their homes for $0 for those evacuating or impacted by Hurricane Harvey. More than 1000 hosts have listed their space. Responders and Survivors can access $0 listings by visiting https://www.airbnb.com/disaster/hurricaneharveyevacuees
Albertsons
Albertsons is matching the first $200,000 donated by its customers in stores and online.
Allergan
The Allergan Foundation will donate $100,000 to the American Red Cross to help victims of Hurricane Harvey.
Allstate
Allstate and The Allstate Foundation are implementing a $1.5-million plan to support Hurricane Harvey relief and recovery. Employee and agency owner contributions to Feeding America and the American Red Cross will be matched dollar-for-dollar up to $250,000. Students involved in WE Schools will have their fundraising matched dollar-for-dollar up to $250,000. The Allstate Foundation and 500+ Allstate agencies in impacted areas will make grants directly to local nonprofit organizations.
Altria
Altria has committed $500,000 to the Rebuild Texas Fund, through the OneStar Foundation. Additionally, the company will match 100% employee donations in support of hurricane relief, up to $250,000.
Amazon
Amazon and Whole Foods Market are taking donations for the American Red Cross through the Amazon Smile website, and have promised to match cash donations of up to $1 million total.
Ameren
Ameren Corporation is donating $25,000 to the American Red Cross to assist with relief efforts.
American Airlines
American Airlines is giving members of their loyalty program 10 miles for every dollar members donate to the Red Cross, with a minimum donation of $25.
American Express
American Express is pledging a total of $250,000 to assist the Red Cross with emergency measures – $150,000 for immediate disaster relief and up to $100,000 to match employee contributions.
Amgen
The Amgen Foundation has committed $100,000 to Harvey relief efforts supporting Direct Relief International and the American Kidney Fund. Additionally, Amgen is mobilizing a matching gift program allowing staff to donate to identified support agencies and the Amgen Foundation will match donations.
Anadarko
Anadarko donated $1 million to Greater United Way Disaster Relief Fund.
Andersen
Andersen, the manufacturer of windows and doors, is making a $50,000 donation to the Red Cross. It will also match up to $25,000 in employee contributions. The company is also giving $100,000 worth of windows and doors to Houston Habitat for Humanity to help with rebuilding efforts.
Anheuser-Busch
Anheuser-Busch is providing more than 155,000 cans of water to Baton Rouge, LA and Arlington, TX for those affected by Hurricane Harvey.

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