Hurricane Ian

The business community is mobilizing their expertise, capabilities, and community resources to assist with the relief and recovery efforts following Hurricane Ian. Use this form to submit how your company is helping.

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

Use the link below to access the form and submit your information to a Corporate Aid Tracker.




As part of long-standing disaster preparedness efforts in Florida, Abbott proactively worked with Feeding America and Direct Relief to store “disaster relief packs” with donated nutrition and other products at food banks and health clinics in advance of hurricane season. The Abbott Fund also provided grants to help local organizations purchase storage containers, laptops, and other supplies to strengthen their capabilities and resiliency. These efforts are empowering local partners to move quickly to provide a first wave of immediate relief in areas of greatest need following Hurricane Ian.

ABC Fine Wine and Spirits

ABC Fine Wine and Spirits has donated to the Florida Disaster Fund.

Age of Learning

Age of Learning has donated to the Florida Disaster Fund.


Agriland, a member-owned agronomy and energy company, is sending supplies to Florida to assist in energy and generator support for victims and first-responders in the wake of Hurricane Ian. The company deployed 14 employees and a fleet of tanks, tank wagons, fuel equipment, fuel delivery, pickup trucks, and generators heading to Arcadia, Florida, to assist in recovery efforts.

Airbnb has committed $5 million to offer free, temporary housing to people displaced by Hurricane Ian in the US and Hurricane Fiona in the Caribbean in coordination with partners on the ground. These stays will be funded by Airbnb and other donors to Airbnb also donated $250,000 to the Florida Disaster Fund.

Allegiant Travel Company

Allegiant Travel Company announced a $100,000 donation to the American Red Cross as the nonprofit provides critical disaster relief to communities in the aftermath of Hurricane Ian. In addition, Allegiant activated an online giving platform to empower anyone wishing to make an immediate donation to the American Red Cross. The nonprofit has more than 500 volunteers in the hardest-hit areas in Florida, providing shelter, food, water, and other relief supplies for more than 60,000 victims. Hundreds of evacuation centers are open, providing shelter to more than 10,000 people displaced...

Allsouth Sprinkler Company

Allsouth Sprinkler Company is collecting supplies and filling up trucks and trailers to drive to Florida.

Ally Financial Inc.

The Ally Charitable Foundation is committing $100,000 to non-profit organizations operating in Florida in support of disaster response and recovery. The American Red Cross will receive $40,000 for immediate on-the-ground humanitarian needs in Florida, and $60,000 will be allocated to community organizations in the Fort Myers/Naples coastal area, Central Florida, and greater Jacksonville for long-term disaster recovery efforts. Depending on their location and the type of account held, customers in impacted regions will have prioritized call center support and may be eligible for...

Amazon and Amazon Web Services

Amazon teams across the U.S. were ready to support communities impacted by the storm, and the company was prepared to use its infrastructure, technology, and inventory to support those in need. Below are some of the actions Amazon has taken to be ready to provide aid: Activated Amazon’s Disaster Relief Hub, a special warehouse in Atlanta where the company prepositions over 1 million relief items...

American Airlines

American Airlines customers can donate to the Red Cross to assist in the relief efforts in the Southeast U.S. as well as Puerto Rico and the Caribbean following both Hurricanes Ian and Fiona. American will award 10 bonus AAdvantage miles for every dollar donated to the Red Cross by members between now and October 15.

American Electric Power

Southwestern Electric Power Co., an American Electric Power company, sent more than 300 personnel to Florida in preparation to assist utility companies in restoration efforts after Hurricane Ian.

American Express

To support communities affected by Hurricane Ian in Florida and along the Southeastern coast of the United States, the American Express Foundation is donating $1 million to the American Red Cross, Feeding America, Habitat for Humanity, and the Volunteer Florida Foundation. These contributions will support relief efforts on the ground, help distribute essential food and supplies, and assist with cleanup and rebuilding in affected areas. The company is also matching colleague donations and rebating the merchant discount rate for charitable contributions made by Card Members to...

AmerisourceBergen Corporation

The AmerisourceBergen Foundation has committed $100,000 to aid emergency relief efforts in Florida and other affected regions in the wake of Hurricane Ian. The targeted donations will support organizations that are leading front-line emergency response efforts and having a direct impact on the communities in need. The Foundation has committed support to the following organizations: Direct Relief: Direct Relief is coordinating multiple rapid response shipments of medical aid across Florida. They had prepositioned Hurricane Prep Packs in Florida, Georgia, South Carolina, and across...


Anheuser-Busch, in partnership with City Beverage, is delivering more than 360,000 cans of emergency drinking water to the American Red Cross operations in Orlando.


Apple will donate an undisclosed amount towards relief efforts on the ground.

Armstrong Relocation

Armstrong Relocation shipped around 40,000 pounds of supplies to Hurricane Ian victims.


Associa Cares has earmarked $100,000 to assist potential victims of Hurricane Ian.


Assurant Foundation has donated to the Florida Disaster Fund.


AT&T is waiving talk, text, and data overage changes for both prepaid and billed customers impacted by Hurricane Ian.

Bank of America

Bank of America has donated $75,000 to Habitat for Humanity Greater Orlando & Osceola County to help with the recovery efforts.