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.

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


EOG Resources

EOG will make a Corporate gift of $1 million to support relief efforts in affected communities and to provide disaster assistance to EOG employees who were impacted. In addition, EOG will provide an unlimited 2-for-1 match on employee contributions to charitable organizations providing Hurricane Harvey relief as well as to an EOG Employee Disaster Assistance Fund.


Ethika has sent over 14,000 pairs of Men’s, Women’s, and Kids underwear to help the thousands and thousands of people who have been displaced by Hurricane Harvey.


The utility company is donating $150,000 to the Red Cross. Exelon will also match employee contributions up to $5,000 per person.

Express Business will be placing a priority processing applications submitted by small businesses affected by Hurricane Harvey. There is no application fee and no down payment required.


Exxon Mobile is donating $8.5 million to American Red Cross and $500,000 to United Way Flood Relief Fund.


Facebook will match every dollar raised on the social network, up to $1 million, for the Center for Disaster Philanthropy’s Hurricane Harvey Recovery Fund, which is earmarked to support recovery and rebuilding efforts.

Federal Home Loan Bank of Dallas

Federal Home Loan Bank of Dallas gave a total of $6,825,000 to the recovery efforts for Hurricane Harvey.


FedEx has committed $1 million in cash and transportation support to deliver critical medical aid and supplies in the wake of Hurricane Harvey.

Ferrovial SA

Ferrovial SA gave $100,000 to Rebuild Texas Fund.


The FirstEnergy Foundation will contribute $25,000 to the American Red Cross to assist with Hurricane Harvey recovery efforts in Texas. The Foundation also will match employee contributions up to an additional $50,000.

FirstService Residential

FirstService Residential, North America’s leading property management company, announced today the immediate availability of $10 million in emergency loans to aid its managed properties in Houston and the surrounding area damaged by Hurricane Harvey.


Fortis gave $100,000 to American Red Cross.

Friedkin Group

Friedkin Group gave $500,000 to United Way of Greater Houston Relief Fund.

Frontier Communications

$1 million to Michael and Susan Dell Foundation Rebuild Texas Fund.


FULLBEAUTY Brands Inc. has committed over $300,000 worth of product to help support victims of Hurricane Harvey to Delivering Good, a charitable organization that partners with retail industries to distribute new products to devastated areas.


$300,000 to Delivering Good given by FULLBEAUTY Brands.

Gallery Furniture

Gallery Furniture is offering Houstonians immediate relief for families and their pets in need of shelter. Relief supplies includes, food, water, and mattresses.


$1 million from Gap Foundation to recovery efforts for Hurricane Harvey.


The GE Foundation made a $250,000 donation to United Way of Greater Houston and $250,000 to Americares — on top of the $500,000 to the American Red Cross that the Foundation made.

General Mills

General Mills is providing over $500,000 in shelf stable, ready-to-eat food donations to Feeding America. A $25,000 grant to the American Red Cross to support immediate relief efforts and matching of employee donations to the American Red Cross up to $50,000 will also be contributed.