South Carolina Flooding — Corporate Aid Tracker

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USE THIS FORM TO SUBMIT INFO FOR DONATIONS MADE TO HELP RELIEF AND RECOVERY EFFORTS IN THE CAROLINAS.

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

(Last Update: 11/4/2015)

AmazonAmazon plans to double the number of seasonal hires at its Lexington County distribution center from 4,000 to 8,000 employees.  In addition,  Amazon donated throw bags to the Lexington County Sheriff’s Department to aid in water rescues and 10 pallets of water, 13,000 boxes, 500 rolls of packing tape and food to the Harvest Hope Food Bank.
Anheuser-BuschAnheuser-Busch has provided 8,624 cases of emergency drinking water — or 206,976 cans — for use by South Carolina residents affected by flooding.
AT&TAT&T announced a $50,000 donation to the American Red Cross in support of its disaster relief and storm recovery efforts. The company is also launching a text-to-give donation program benefiting the Red Cross disaster relief efforts. 
Bank of AmericaBank of America Charitable Foundation is contributing $250,000 to support those impacted by the floods in South Carolina. The American Red Cross will receive $100,000 towards immediate relief efforts and $150,000 will go to local United Way agencies. 
BB&TBB&T contributed $100,000 to the Central South Carolina Chapter of the American Red Cross to help with flood relief efforts.
BlueCross BlueShieldThe BlueCross BlueShield of South Carolina Foundation and BlueCross BlueShield of South Carolina are offering $1 million to South Carolina nonprofit organizations assisting state residents affected by catastrophic flooding.
BoeingBoeing donated $100,000 to the American Red Cross.
BPThe BP Foundation announced it is giving $50,000 to the Central South Carolina Chapter of the American Red Cross.  Also, the Foundation will match dollar for dollar donations that BP employees make to the American Red Cross to support relief efforts.
C&S Wholesale Grocers, Inc.C&S Wholesale Grocers donated a truckload of high-demand food (with input from Feeding America) to two food banks in South Carolina.
Carolina PanthersThe Carolina Panthers (NFL) have opened grant funding opportunities to help North and South Carolina high school athletic programs affected by storm damage. Qualified campuses will be awarded donations ranging $5,000 to $25,000 to support project-specific needs from lost and damanged property to equipment. 

Carolina Pottery

Carolina Pottery donated 10% of all sales on Wednesday, October 7, 2015 to the Salvation Army’s flood relief efforts in Columbia, SC and Myrtle Beach, SC.

Coca-Cola Bottling Co. Consolidated (CCBCC)

The Coca-Cola Bottling Co. Consolidated contributed to aid efforts by delivering of 134,400 bottles of Dasani water to emergency relief service providers across South Carolina.

ContinentalContinental has donated a total of $115,000 to the American Red Cross for recovery efforts. The donations – $100,000 from Continental AG and $15,000 from Continental Tire the Americas, LLC – will help all those residents impacted by these devastating floods.
Culligan WaterCulligan Water of Lexington and Culligan International donated approximately 192,000 bottles of water to South Carolina  through Convoy of Hope.
Diageo North America37,400 bottles of water were donated to the United Way of the Midlands in Columbia.
Dominion Carolina Gas TransmissionThe Dominion Foundation has donated $25,000 and 40,000 bottles of water, 100 cases of gallon jugs of water and thousands of baby supplies including food, diapers and wipes to American Red Cross Disaster Relief.
Duke EnergyDuke Energy donated $80,000 to the American Red Cross - Palmetto South Carolina Region and $20,000 to the American Red Cross in North Carolina to help with relief efforts. Duke Energy employees can also help by donating through the company’s matching grant program, so that every dollar they contribute to the American Red Cross relief efforts will be matched dollar-for-dollar by the company.
Firehouse SubsFirehouse Subs Public Safety Foundation has donated more than $901,000 in South Carolina.  Specifically, Firehouse donated equipment to Charleston-area public safety organizations. The Lincolnville Fire Department received six mobile radios and antennas, 15 handheld radios, 20 sets of bunker gear and several rescue tools worth $22,908. The Charleston Fire Department received first aid and training equipment, including CPR manikins, airway kits and a childbirth simulator worth $13,524, and County’s Sheriff’s Office received 10 automated external defibrillators, related accessories and four cardiac CPR boards worth $14,276.

Food Lion

Food Lion donated $25,000 for South Carolina relief to the American Red Cross.  In addition to the donation, Customers can donate in-store at any Food Lion location to provide assistance such as food and water to victims of disaster.  As travel restrictions ease, Food Lion is sending truckloads of priority items, such as water, ice, pre-packaged meals and snacks, canned goods, bleach and more, to its feeding partners in South Carolina.

Harris TeeterHarris Teeter donated a truckload of bottled water to storm victims in Columbia, SC.
HondaHonda of South Carolina Mfg., Inc. (HSC) will donate $100,000 to support disaster relief efforts in South Carolina communities impacted by storm damage and floods. The donation will be given to three community organizations: American Red Cross of Pee Dee ($50,000); Harvest Hope of the Pee Dee ($25,000); and Eastern Carolina Community Foundation ($25,000). In addition, Honda Financial Services is working individually with customers from impacted areas, waiving late fees and granting extensions if asked.
Hormel Foods CorporationHormel donated two semi-trailer loads of microwave meals will go to Feeding America food banks in area to help feed those in need - one semi-trailer of Austin Market [™] canned luncheon loaf and one semi-trailer load of Hormel [®] Compleats [®].
International PaperInternational Paper Foundation has made a $750,000 donation to the American Red Cross.
Lockhart PowerLockhart Power Company has donated $10,000 to the American Red Cross of Central South Carolina.
Lowe'sLowe's will donate $500,000 to American Red Cross Disaster Relief.  Additionally, the company has activated its American Red Cross customer donation program in all 161 stores or online via the Lowe’s American Red Cross Online Donation Site.
Michelin North America Inc.Michelin North America Inc. has donated $100,000 to the American Red Cross.
Milliken & CompanyMilliken & Company said it is making a donation of $100,000 to the American Red Cross to support immediate disaster relief efforts.
Molina Healthcare$10,000 was donated to the American Red Cross.
MosaicThe Mosaic Company has made a gift of $25,000 to the American Red Cross. 
NationwideThe Nationwide Foundation made a $50,000 Donation to American Red Cross Annual Disaster Giving Program for Flood Relief Efforts in the Carolinas.
NBSCNBSC, a division of Synovus Bank, donated $100,000 to the Low Country South Carolina Chapter of the American Red Cross, United Way of the Midlands, and the Central Carolina Community Foundation (CCCF) in support of their ongoing response to the South Carolina floods.
PfizerThe Pfizer Foundation committed $100,000 to American Red Cross in support of immediate disaster relief assistance.
Publix Super MarketsPublix Super Markets donated $100,000 to American Red Cross for relief efforts.  The company's relief efforts also include programs for customer and associates to donate and coordinating truck load donations of water and shelf-stable food with the South Carolina Emergency Management Division as well as other nonprofit organizations. 
Rite AidThe Rite Aid Foundation made a $25,000 donation to the Palmetto South Carolina Region chapter of the American Red Cross.
SCE&G

SCE&G, a subsidiary of SCANA Corporation, donated $50,000 to the non-profit group "Sustaining Our Seniors."  In addition to the cash donation, the power company also donated two trucks to help the group repair homes for the elderly across the South Carolina.

Sealed Air

$100,000 cash was donated to the American Red Cross along with heavy duty recycled plastic films for shelter and construction tarps.

Seibels Bruce Group Inc.$10,000 was donated to the United Way of the  Midlands Flood Disaster Relief Fund.
SonocoSonoco has donated $50,000 to the American Red Cross to aid in flood relief efforts in the Pee Dee and across the Palmetto State.
South State BankSouth State Bank has established the South State Bank Emergency Relief Fund, with an initial contribution of $100,000, to provide financial support to the communities it serves in the aftermath of the massive flooding.
Spectrum BrandsSpectrum Brands, parent company of Rayovac, has donated 3,000 flashlights and portable power packs to the Red Cross Ready 365 Program to provide relief efforts for those impacted by the flooding in South Carolina.
SunTrustThe SunTrust Foundation  will donate $100,000 to the American Red Cross to support relief efforts for thousands of residents in North and South Carolina. SunTrust is also collecting donations for the American Red Cross at 1,400 branch locations.

TD Bank

TD Bank and the TD Charitable Foundation donated $75,000 to the American Red Cross and $25,000 to a local food bank to assist with flood relief efforts in South Carolina.  The bank has launched multiple assistance programs to help customers located in FEMA-designated disaster areas.  

UberUber will be providing individuals and families affected by the flooding with safe transportation to relief assistance organizations.
VerizonVerizon is committing $20,000 to American Red Cross and $20,000 to Harvest Hope Food Bank in response to the crisis. Employees at the company’s call centers, headquarters and retail stores throughout North and South Carolina are also organizing food and water drives.
Wal-MartWalmart donated $500,000 towards disaster relief for the residents of South Carolina. This includes $200,000 to the American Red Cross, $100,000 to the Salvation Army, $100,00 to local food bank Harvest Hope and $100,000 in essential supplies such as water, diapers and baby formula. Wal-Mart also donated 80,000 botles of water.

Wells Fargo & Company

Wells Fargo & Company pledged $300,000 to the American Red Cross to support disaster relief efforts in South Carolina.  Additionally, from October 6 through October 22, 2015, Wells Fargo customers can donate to the American Red Cross at over 4,000 Wells Fargo ATMs in the Carolinas, Tennessee, Georgia, Mississippi, Alabama, Virginia, Maryland, Pennsylvania, New York, New Jersey, and Connecticut.

Western UnionThe Western Union Company will permit qualifying donations for flood victims to the American Red Cross at no transfer fee.  The Western Union Foundation will also match qualifying consumer and agent donations dollar for dollar.
WestRock$25,000 was donated to the American Red Cross.