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(Last Update: 5/6/2013)

Abbott

Abbott and the Abbott Fund are providing $400,000 in grants and medical supply donations to support immediate relief efforts in response to the devastating earthquake in Ya’an City.  The Abbott Fund grant will be provided to Project HOPE to help with rehabilitation efforts at the Ya’an People’s Hospital.  Abbott will be donating nutritionals and medical supplies to local NGOs in China.

 Acesse Corporation

In the wake of the earthquake that took place in the Sichuan Province, Acesse has created a specific relief fund called “Share The Love” for victims and earthquake relief organizations in Sichuan. Acesse extends its prayers and thoughts to victims alongside its “Share The Love” fund where 100% of its proceeds will go towards relief efforts in Sichuan, Acesse will match all donations.

Airbus

Airbus and its parent company EADS have donated a total of 4 million yuan (about $647,000) to the earthquake relief efforts.

Alibaba

Alibaba Group, a family of Internet-based e-commerce businesses has pledged 5 million yuan ($808,000) to support relief efforts in the wake of the earthquake.

Amazon

Amazon has announced it will donate 1 million yuan ($161,000) to help provide relief services for those affected by the recent earthquake in the Sichuan province.

Amway

Amway has donated 5 million yuan (about $800,000) to support the earthquake relief efforts. Amway is also accepting donations through its foundation, the Amway Charity Foundation, which has a donor-advised fund at Give2Asia in the US.

ANTA Sports

ANTA Sports, a leading branded sportswear enterprise in China, donated 10 million yuan ($1.62 million) in cash and supplies to areas devastated by the earthquake that hit Ya'an, Sichuan Province.

Apple

Apple has donated 50 million yuan (about $8 million) to earthquake victims in the Sichuan region of China,in both cash donations to victims and new devices to schools in the affected region.

Asus

Asus is donating $485,000 to aid in the recovery efforts fro the earthquake in China's Sichuan province.

Baidu

Baidu, a Chinese web services company, will donate 5 million yuan ($808,000) to benefit relief efforts for the people affected by the earthquake.

BASF

BASF, the world’s leading chemical company, will donate 2 million yuan (about $321,000) via BASF Stiftung, a Germany-based charitable foundation. This donation will focus on the two local schools which had received support from BASF and BASF Stiftung following the earthquake in 2008 along with other educational facilities. In addition, an employee program will be set up in Greater China to offer further help to local communities in Ya'an and neighboring regions.

Bayer

Following the devastating earthquake in the Chinese province of Sichuan, Bayer is supporting the people in the disaster area with emergency relief totaling EUR 120,000 (approximately $157,300). In addition, the company is providing medical supplies and vector control products worth over EUR 1 million ($1.31 million).

BMW

BMW announced that it will contribute two million yuan (about $321,000) to the earthquake relief efforts via its Chinese Warm-Heart Fund.

The Bridgestone Corporation

The Bridgestone Corporation will donate 15 million yuan ($2.4 million) to support relief efforts through the Japanese Red Cross Society. In addition, Bridgestone (China) Investment Co., Ltd., the company's subsidiary in China, will donate 300,000 ($49,000) yuan to support relief efforts through the Red Cross Society of China.

Brother Industries Ltd.

Brother Industries Ltd., a multinational electronics company, will donate a total of approximately 6.5 million JPY (about $66,000) to Japanese Red Cross Society and other organizations, to help with the relief efforts following the disaster caused by the devastating earthquake that struck Sichuan Province in China.

Cargill

Cargill has pledged 1 million yuan ($161,000) for immediate relief to aid and support victims affected by the Lushan Ya’an earthquake.

China Biologic Products

China Biologic Products, a leading  plasma-based biopharmaceutical company in China, has donated 500 bottles of human albumin and 1,000 bottles of Tetanus immunoglobulin through its Shandong Taibang subsidiary for those injured in the devastating earthquake. The donation will be delivered immediately through the Shandong Provincial Health Bureau to the ravaged area.

Chongqing Paper Co., Ltd.

Chongqing Paper Co., Ltd., a Singapore-based company, donated 3 million yuan (about $481,000) to support earthquake relief in Sichuan Lushan.

Cisco

Cisco Corporate will make a donation of $160,000 to the China Foundation for Poverty Alleviation (CFPA) for immediate relief. The Cisco Foundation will match up to a total of $250,000 for employee contributions to Oxfam Hong Kong, China Foundation for Poverty Alleviation, Hong Kong Red Cross, and the American Red Cross International Disaster Fund.

Coca-Cola China System

Following its donation of 2.4 million bottles of water to the Lushan Earthquake relief efforts on April 20, the Coca-Cola China System on April 21 announced the donation of 8 million yuan to the China Women's Development Foundation to help local women improve their livelihoods after the earthquake, bringing the total donation to a value of 10 million yuan ($1.62 million).

Dalian Wanda Group Corp., Ltd.

Dalian Wanda Group Corporation Ltd. has donated 10 million yuan ($1.62 million) to relief efforts via the China Charity Federation.

Dell China

Dell China has donated $323,000 to aid China's recovery from the Sichuan earthquake.

DENSO Group

DENSO Group companies are donating 1 million yuan ($161,000) to aid in the recovery and rebuilding efforts after the earthquake.

Eli Lilly and Company

Lilly China has donated 1 million yuan ($161,000) in medicines to assist with relief efforts.

Evergrande Groupe

The Evergrande Group, a real estate developer, donated 20 million yuan ($3.21 million) for relief efforts via the China Foundation for Poverty Alleviation.

FedEx

FedEx has pledged a 1 million yuan (approximately $161,000) donation to the Red Cross in support of China earthquake relief efforts.

Foxconn

Foxconn has donated 50 million yuan ($8 million) to the Sichuan Province government and will assign its staff to assist in the disaster relief efforts in the affected areas.

Galaxy Entertainment Group Ltd

Galaxy Entertainment Group Ltd has donated $250,000 to benefit the victims of the earthquake that hit Sichuan, China.

Geely

Domestic manufacturer Geely will donate 20 million yuan ($3.21 million) in aid as well as supply organizations with 26 Geely and Volvo automobiles for emergency use.

General Electric (China)

GE will provide medical equipment worth 7 million yuan (about $1.14 million) for the earthquake disaster relief. Additionally, GE encourages employees to donate with a 1:1 matching gift program through GE Foundation.

General Mills Foundation

General Mills Foundation will provide $75,000 USD to the Red Cross International Disater Relief Fund to support immediate relief efforts in China.

General Motors

General Motors is making an initial donation of 4 million yuan (about $647,000) to support relief and rebuilding efforts in Ya'an, Sichuan in the wake of the earthquake. In addition, GM is encouraging its employees to donate and will donate an additional 2 yuan (32 cents) for every yuan (16 cents) its employees donate.

Golden Eagle Group

Singapore-based Golden Eagle Group donated 20 million yuan ($3.21 million) to support relief efforts.

Guangqi Honda

Guangqi Honda has decided to offer 3 million yuan (about $481,000) in both funds and logistics support.

Haier Electronics Group

Chinese appliance maker Haier Electronics Group Company are donating 10 million yuan to earthquake relief efforts in the Ya'an region of China.

HTC

HTC has announced it will donate 5 million yuan (about $808,000) to the rescue effort.

Intel Foundation

The Intel Foundation has committed 10 million yuan (about $1.6 million) to earthquake relief, recovery and rebuilding. In addition, the Intel Foundation is matching employee donations under its disaster relief employee matching program.

Kraft Foods China

Kraft Foods China has donated 7,075 boxes of biscuits and other products worth 1.42 million yuan ($227,000) from the company’s warehouses in Chengdu and Shanghai.

Leyou Babies to Kids

Leyou Babies to Kids, a retailer of products for babies and pregnant women, donated products worth over 1 million yuan ($ 161,000,) to affected people in earthquake-stricken Ya'an City in southwest China's Sichuan Province.

The Lovhome Furnishing Products Company

The Lovhome Furnishing Products Company has donated relief supplies worth 500,000 yuan ($81,100) to people affected by the earthquake in Ya'an City, southwest China's Sichuan Province, through the China Women's Development Foundation (CWDF).

Mercedes-Benz

Mercedes-Benz announced that it will donate 20 million yuan ($3.21 million) to the disaster relief effort.

MetLife Foundation

MetLife will donate 1 million yuan ($161,000) to Give2Asia's Sichuan Earthquake Fund 2013.

Microsoft

Microsoft will donate 1 million yuan (about $161,000) to the earthquake relief efforts.

Nestle China

In the wake of the earthquake in the Sichuan Provice, Nestlé China urgently coordinated with various joint venture companies and assembled ready-to-eat food and food for special medical purposes equivalent to 2 million yuan ($322,000).

Nippon Paint China

Together with the whole nation, Nippon Paint China wants to provide support for Ya'an, and to this end the company has donated 2 million yuan ($322,000) to support the rescue and recovery efforts in Ya'an.

Nokia

Nokia has announced that it will donate 1 million yuan (about $161,000) in funds and phones to help with the rescue efforts.

Nongfu

Nongfu Spring Co., Ltd., a bottled mineral water and fruit beverages company has pledged 1 million yuan ($161,000) to help relief efforts after the recent earthquake.

Novartis Group (China)

Novartis Group (China) will donate 2 million yuan ($321,000) to the China Charity Federation for the Ya'an, Sichuan, China earthquake-stricken areas to help people in disaster areas earthquake disaster and rebuild their homes.

The Omeizi Company

The Omeizi Company has donated sunscreen products worth 10 million yuan ($1.62 million) to people affected by the earthquake in Ya'an city in southwest China's Sichuan Province. The products were distributed through the China Women's Development Foundation.

PEAK

The Sichuan branch of PEAK, a sportswear company, collected 3,000 cotton-padded jackets for the disaster-affected area immediately following the tragic disaster.

PepsiCo

In response to the earthquake and its tragic aftermath, the PepsiCo Foundation will provide a grant of $1 million to the China Women's Development Foundation (CWDF) of the All-China Women's Federation (ACWF).

Procter & Gamble

P&G is helping to improve lives in the aftermath of this disaster by providing initial monetary and in kind donations of RMB 5 million to earthquake victims. P&G China is partnering with China Youth Development Foundation to build P&G Mobile Schools and donating health and hygiene products including Whisper, Safeguard, Duracell, Tide and Pampers to the affected area.

Samsung

Samsung is donating 60 million yuan ($9.7 million) to help relief efforts in Yaan

Sands China Ltd

Sands China Ltd has donated $250,000 to the Macau Red Cross to help support relief efforts for the victims of the Sichuan, China earthquake.

Siemens AG

Siemens will donate three batches of medical equipment (portable ultrasound machines, mobile X-ray machines, and blood gas analysers) to six Ya'an hospitals to help treat those affected by the earthquake. The equipment is valued at a total of 2.4 million yuan (about $390,000).

SJM Holdings Ltd

SJM Holdings Ltd, a casino gaming concessionaire  based on Macau, has donated MOP3 million (US$375,000) to the victims of the Sichuan earthquake.

Tencent

Tencent, a Chinese investment holding company, has donated 5 million yuan ($808,000) the the earthquake relief efforts.

Toyota

Toyota and its subsidiary joint ventures' donations combined have totaled 10 million yuan ($1.61 million) to the earthquake relief efforts.

UBM plc

In response to the magnitude 7.0 earthquake on 20 April that hit the Sichuan Province in China, UBM plc and its major divisions in China, UBM Asia and UBM Sinoexpo donated two large tents (valued at 150,000 yuan or $24,300) to help the emergency relief efforts.

Walt Disney Co.

 The Walt Disney Co. has pledged $1 million in humanitarian aid for areas affected by a deadly recent earthquake in China's Southwestern province of Sichuan.

Xiaomi

Xiaomi, China's up-and-coming smartphone company, will donate 1 million yuan (about $161,000).

Zhengzhou Yutong Group Co., Ltd.

Domestic bus maker Yutong will donate 2 million yuan (about $321,000).