Orlando Nightclub Response

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The donations shown below represent a combination of information submitted by companies and data readily available through public sources.

(Last Update: 8/23/2016)

AirbnbAirbnb, in partnership with Jet Blue and Uber, supported those families who flew in for funerals for those who died in the tragic attack at Pulse Night Club. Through the donation of travel coupons, and the generosity of hosts, Airbnb placed over 150 impacted people in accommodations. Additionally, Airbnb provided travel coupons to the Boston Marathon wounded survivors who flew down to see those who survived in and wounded in the hospital.
AramarkAramark made a $75,000 contribution to the OneOrlando Fund.
AT&T Inc.AT&T donated $100,000 to the OneOrlando Fund and launched a campaign which enables customers to donate to Orlando Regional Medical Center Level One Trauma Center via text message.
Boston Red SoxThe Boston Red Sox Foundation made a donation to the Florida Disaster Fund to help the victims and families of the shooting. A rainbow flag was also raised above Fenway Park.
Chick-fil-AChick-fil-A restaurants in the Lee Vista area of Orlando, Florida banded together to opened their doors on the Sunday after the tragedy to provide blood donors and first responders with food and drink. 
CignaCigna expanded access to its 24/7 telephone assistance line to help anyone affected by the Orlando shooting.
Citigroup Inc.Through the Citi Foundation, the company donated $100,000 to the OneOrlando Fund.
Comcast CorporationComcast's NBCUniversal donated $1,000,000 to the OneOrlando Fund. 
Cricket WirelessA $25,000 donation was given to the OneOrlando Fund.
Darden Restaurants Inc.The company donated $500,000 to the OneOrlando Fund.
Gap Inc.Gap committed $50,000 to the Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual & Transgender Community Center of Central Florida.
GoFundMeGoFundMe has waived its fees for collecting donations and pledged $100,000 to the OneOrlando Fund. 
JDubs Brewing CompanyJdubs Brewing Company, a Sarasota-based brewer, pledged to donate $1 to the OneOrlando Fund for every beer sold in the week after the tragic shootings.
JetBlue Airways CorporationJetBlue is providing free seats on its available flights to/from Orlando for immediate family and domestic partners of victims who were killed or injured and has waived fees for customers who need to make last-minute travel plans to the city. For JetBlue crewmembers impacted by this event, the company activated resources to assist and established a donation program--of which the company donated $100,000 to the OneOrlando Fund.
JM Family EnterprisesJM Family Enterprises, the parent company of Southeast Toyota Distributors, has donated $100,000 to the OneOrlando Fund.
JPMorgan Chase & Co.Through corporate and employee donations, the JPMorgan Chase & Co. will donate $500,000 to the recovery efforts following the shooting. Additionally, the JPMorgan Chase Foundation has pledged $300,000 to the OneOrlando Fund and to match employee donations up to $100,000 for recovery related efforts.
KeyBankThe KeyBank Foundation donated $50,000 to the OneOrlando Fund.
Magellan Health, Inc.Magellan opened a 24 hour toll-free hotline for affected individuals to access free of any cost or subscription requirements. 
Mears TransportationA $50,000 donation was made to the OneOrlando Fund.
New York Life
New York Life announced that it will donate $100,000 to provide assistance to those affected by the nation's deadliest mass shooting incident and worst terrorist attack since 9/11. The company will make a $50,000 donation to OneFund of Orlando and $50,000 to the LGBT Center of Orlando. Both organizations are providing support and services to first responders, victims and the community.
Orlando City Soccer ClubThe city's MLS team donated $100,000 to the OneOrlando Fund. The team will also support the affected community through donating proceeds from #OrlandoUnited t-shirts and holding a 30 second moment of silence at their June 18th home game.
Orlando MagicThe team donated $100,000 to the OneOrlando Fund.
Publix Super MarketPublix pledged $250,000 to the OneOrlando fund and offered food, water, and ice to first responders and the family and friends of the victims. 
FareThe ridesharing company will donate a portion of their proceeds to the victims and their families. One ride will contribute one dollar.
SubscriberWiseA $2,500 donation was given to the OneOrlando Fund.
Tampa Bay RaysIn solidarity with the victims of the Orlando night club tragedy, the team will donate all of the proceeds from their 11th annual Pride Night game (June 17th) to the victims of the shooting. The Rays will also observe a moment of silence while the names of the Orlando shooting victims are scrolled on a video board before the game. All attendees will receive a "We Are Orlando" T-shirt as a symbol of unity and inclusion.
Target CorporationTarget donated $250,000 in honor of two team members who lost their lives in the shooting to support all the victims and their families affected by the tragedy. Stores across the country also observed a moment of silence for the victims and donated food and water to first responders and blood donors.
T-MobileT-Mobile launched its "Text to Give" service, allowing customers to donate $10 to the Orlando Health Foundation.
Tito's Handmade VodkaTito's donated to Equality Florida and has offered to match donations dollar for dollar up to $25,000 to help cover medical needs, funeral arrangements, counseling, bills, and food to help victims during this time. Additionally, the company plans to assist in fundraisers across the nation to help build awareness and tolerance.
UberUber offered free rides to a selection of LGBT spots including bars, community centers, and museums in various cities around the country. The company also gave free rides to the family members of the 49 people who tragically lost their lives in Orlando.
UnitedHealth GroupUnitedHealth Group opened its Optum Help Line to provide affected residents with access to specially trained mental health specialists.
The Walt Disney CompanyThe Walt Disney Company pledged $1,000,000 to the OneOrlando Fund. The company is also offering complimentary accommodation to family and friends of the victims.
Wells Fargo & CompanyA $300,000 donation was made to the OneOrlando Fund.