Hurricane Maria

In the aftermath of Hurricane Maria, 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 Maria 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. 

3M and its foundation has donated $1 Million to Hurricane Maria relief efforts.
Abbott and its foundation, the Abbott Fund, are providing $2 million in additional grants and products to support relief efforts and help families recover from Hurricane Maria in the Caribbean, and the earthquake in Central Mexico. This builds on earlier aid for Hurricanes Harvey and Irma, and the earthquake in Southern Mexico. To date, Abbott and the Abbott Fund have provided $4.25 million in funding and nutrition and healthcare products to help with relief efforts in recent weeks.
Acacia Network
Acacia Network Inc. donated $1 Million to Puerto Rico's relief efforts.
Airbnb has extended the activation of their hosts across the US, Mexico and the Caribbean to open their homes for $0 for those evacuated or impacted by Hurricanes Harvey, Irma, Maria and the Mexico earthquake. More than 1250 hosts have listed their space. Responders and Survivors displaced can access $0 listings by visiting and selecting the activation in their area of impact.
Amgen Foundation has pledged $3 million to support urgent Hurricane Maria relief efforts in Puerto Rico. The Foundation also has committed up to an additional $2 million for longer-term rebuilding efforts. Amgen is also activating its Staff Disaster Relief Fund to aid Amgen staff in Puerto Rico, including financial assistance for shelter, medical attention, clothing and other critical relief.
Andersen Corporation and the Andersen Corporate Foundation are providing $325,000 in monetary support and product donations to help the people and communities impacted by Hurricane Maria, Irma and Harvey.
ASI is pledging $10,000 to match cash contributions to either of two specific charitable organizations.
Running from Sept. 20 through Sept. 29 AT&T is automatically issuing credits and waiving additional fees to give unlimited data, talk and texts to AT&T wireless customers and unlimited talk and texts to AT&T PREPAID customers in Puerto Rico and the U.S. Virgin Islands.They are also extending payment dates for impacted AT&T PREPAID customers with voice and text service through Sept. 29.
In the wake of the devastation caused by Hurricanes Irma and Maria, as well as the earthquakes in Mexico, Bacardi Limited and the Bacardi family commit $3,000,000 for disaster relief and recovery efforts in the impacted areas.
BP has donated 200,000 gallons of fuel to assist with relief efforts in Puerto Rico following Hurricanes Irma and Maria. BP provided the fuel to the Commonwealth of Puerto Rico. Peerless Oil and Chemicals Inc. and officials coordinating response efforts will distribute the fuel based on need. The donation consists of 200,000 gallons of diesel fuel, which will go to first responders aiding in the ongoing recovery efforts, including hospitals and city services.
Bristol-Myers Squibb
Bristol-Myers Squibb’s foundation says its donations total $400,000 to support relief efforts related to Maria, Irma and Harvey. In Puerto Rico, the foundation says it is donating $250,000 to NGOs working on the ground.
C&S Wholesale Grocers
C&S Wholesale Grocers made grants for disaster relief in Puerto Rico to Feeding America (for the Food Bank of Puerto Rico), the United Way of Puerto Rico, and the Hispanic Federation. The company also donated nearly 80 tons of food, mostly all to the Food Bank of Puerto Rico.
Casey's General Stores
Casey's General Stores Inc. gave $33,000 to the American Red Cross through its contributions program.
The Coach Foundation board approved a $100,000 donation to ‘Direct Relief,’ a charity that is on-the-ground supporting communities affected by recent hurricanes in Puerto Rico, Florida, and elsewhere – as well as victims of the two devastating earthquakes in Mexico. This grant is in addition to $200,000 given to the American Red Cross at the start of the 2017 Hurricane Season, bringing total disaster-response grant-making from the Coach Foundation to $300,000 since August.
Coca Cola
Coca-Cola has donated more than $6 million to earthquake- and hurricane-ravaged territories in Latin America and the Caribbean.
Delta operated a relief flight with 20,000 pounds of relief supplies and water, as well as humanitarian aid workers to San Juan. The airline also stood up temporary processing counters, thanks to IT equipment transported by the flight, to help restart operations after Hurricane Maria left Terminal B at the San Juan Airport inoperable. The flight followed a $750,000 donation Delta made to the American Red Cross to aid in relief efforts in Puerto Rico and the U.S. Virgin Islands.
Deltec Homes
Deltec Homes is matching all donations up to $10,000 made through our GlobalGiving site ( to help with Hurricane relief.
Captain Morgan parent company Diageo has pledged $1,000,000 to support relief and recovery efforts in the US Virgin Islands as they face an unprecedented storm season. The funds announced are in addition to the $250,000 Diageo and its brands have committed to hurricane relief support over the past month.
E. & J. Gallo Winery
E. & J. Gallo Winery announced today that it has donated an additional $100,000 to the American Red Cross to aid with Hurricane Maria relief efforts in Puerto Ricoand the U.S. Virgin Islands. The funds are in addition to the $200,000 donation that the company made to the American Red Cross to assist with Hurricane Harvey and Hurricane Irma relief efforts.
Eli Lilly and Company
The Eli Lilly and Company Foundation has donated $125,000 to the American Red Cross and committed an additional $500,000 for relief and recovery efforts. Also, Lilly made an emergency shipment of insulin and other diabetes medications to Puerto Rico. The company will continue to make medical donations in the weeks ahead.