Hurricane Michael

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

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


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.


As communities in Florida and Georgia began to rebuild after Hurricane Michael, Anheuser-Busch said it would be shutting down some of its beer lines to get more than 300,000 cans of drinking water to people in need.


AT&T is waiving overage charges on mobile services to customers impacted by the hurricane.

Booz Allen Hamilton

Between September 1-November 1, 2018, Booz Allen Hamilton is matching employee donations dollar-for-dollar up to $100,000 to four not-for profits: American Red Cross Disaster Relief Fund, Booz Allen Foundation, Good360, and Team Rubicon. Booz Allen will also deliver pro bono consulting services to a not-for-profit partner focused on post-disaster community resiliency valued at approximately $50,000.

Borden Dairy Company

Borden teamed up with World Central Kitchen to distribute 177,260 individual servings of milk, orang juice, iced tea, and bottled water to those affected by Hurricane Michael.


Chevron U.S.A. Inc. announced a contribution of $500,000 from the Chevron Global Community Fund to assist with efforts to recover from the damage done by Hurricane Michael.


The Cigna Foundation is donating $100,000 to the American Red Cross for Hurricane Michael relief efforts and will match Cigna employee donations made to the American Red Cross.

Comcast NBCUniversal

Comcast NBCUniversal is making a $350,000 cash donation to the Florida Disaster Fund, the State of Florida’s official private fund established to assist communities as they respond to and recover during times of emergency or disaster, including Hurricane Michael. The company is also donating $350,000 worth of advertising on its cable systems to run public service announcements for the Florida Disaster Fund to help relief organizations get important information out to local communities regarding disaster recovery efforts.

CSX Corporation

CSX is donating $100,000 to the American Red Cross to support Hurricane Michael recovery efforts. CSX is also matching employee contributions made to the American Red Cross for disaster relief efforts dollar-for-dollar.

Discover Financial Services

Discover Financial Services announced that it is pledging up to $500,000 to the American Red Cross for Hurricane Michael relief efforts through a cardmember donation matching program. Discover will match donations dollar-for-dollar up to $500,000 for every cardmember who donates to the American Red Cross using Cashback Bonus®, or makes a donation with their Discover card. Discover also is matching employee donations to the American Red Cross dollar-for-dollar through its Employee Giving Program and is currently waiving transaction fees on all credit card donations to the American Red Cross.


The Walt Disney Company will contribute $1 million to aid in relief efforts across Florida’s Gulf Coast region and other areas impacted by Hurricane Michael.

Emser Tile

In the aftermath of Hurricane Michael, Emser Tile has made a $10,000 donation to the American Red Cross to support local humanitarian services and programs in the Florida Panhandle area.


FedEx has pledged $1 million in cash, in-kind shipping and logistics support to nonprofit organizations providing immediate relief and long-term recovery efforts in the aftermath of Hurricane Michael.

GAF Roofing

GAF, a waterproofing manufacturer in North America, has made a commitment of $1 million in total assistance to support Hurricane Michael recovery efforts. GAF's support comes in the form of direct relief, a $250,000 donation to Team Rubicon, and in-kind donations of roofing materials to multiple relief organizations.

General Motors

In addition to GM’s $500K pre-investment to the American Red Cross and OnStar’s call center support and complimentary Crisis Assist services to customers, GM committed an additional $250K to the hurricane response effort amplified by $15K in employee donations. GM Financial is assisting impacted customers with payment arrangements and Chevrolet, Buick, GMC and Cadillac moved inventory and is offering purchase assistance for customers replacing storm-damaged vehicles in the affected region.


Hurricane season continues to devastate communities in the US with Hurricane Michael, the most powerful storm to hit the Florida Panhandle in the area's history, coming ashore last week. GSK is again supporting the swift and impactful response efforts of their long-time nonprofit partners across the affected regions – Save the Children, Direct Relief International and Americares...


Google CEO Sundar Pinchai said the company will donate $1 million to recovery efforts for Hurricane Michael. Additionally, Google has activated SOS alerts for people living in the affected areas.

HCA Healthcare

HCA Healthcare pledges $1 million to Hurricane Michael relief.

Hibbett Sports

Hibbett Sports, a Birmingham based athleisure retailer, announced support of the American Red Cross in Hurricane Michael relief efforts, by accepting donations at more than 484 Hibbett Sports stores throughout the southeast. Hibbett Sports stores will accept donations in Alabama, Florida, Georgia, Louisiana, Mississippi and Tennessee through November 14, 2018.

Home Depot

The Home Depot Foundation has increased its financial support to $4 million for associates, customers and communities impacted by Hurricane Michael and other recent disasters. The increased commitment adds to funding provided to nonprofit partners for other disasters throughout 2018, such as Hurricane Florence, Hurricane Olivia, the California wildfires and flooding in the Midwest. The Foundation will continue to serve those impacted in these areas, while broadening support to include the Gulf Coast region.