Texas Flooding — Corporate Aid Tracker

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Companies are mobilizing their expertise, capabilities, and resources to assist with the recovery efforts as floods ravage central Texas and surrounding areas. Businesses have pledged $3.0 million in cash and additional in kind contributions in support of relief and recovery efforts.

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

(Last Update: 9/11/2015)

Anheuser Busch Anheuser Busch's Cartersville, Ga., plant has halted beer production to produce 50,000 cans of water to distrubute in Texas and Oklahoma.
BBVA Compass BBVA Compass is donating $50,000 to the American Red Cross' Central Texas Region and $50,000 to the Texas Gulf Coast Region. The company is also donating special product offers to help aid recover efforts such as special loand and payment deferral programs, waived late fees and penalty-free CD withdrawals.
BP Foundation
The BP Foundation donated $100,000 to the American Red Cross and $25,000 to the Houston Food Bank to provide Texas flood victims with food, health services, and shelter. The Foundation is also matching dollar for dollar donations that company employees make to the American Red Cross and the Houston Food Bank.
CenturyLink CenturyLink, Inc. will donate $20,000 to the Red Cross for disaster relief in Texas and Oklahoma. Company technicians and crews are continuing to monitor water levels an dempergency backup equipment. Additionally, customers impacted by the flooding can activate Emergency Call Forwarding for one month free of charge. Employees are also participating in the company's Backpack Buddies Food Drive to provide food, water, and personal supplies to be distributed by food banks and the Salvation Army. 
Cigna Foundation The Cigna Foundation is donating $25,000 to the Red Cross for flood relief in Texas and Oklahoma. Cigna is also allowing its employees to request matching funds for their donations to the Red Cross. The company will expand its 24x& telephone help line to provide personal assitance and support for all residents in the affected areas. The phone lines are staffed by qualified clinicians who can speak with people about coping with loss, anxiety, stress, or any other issues resulting from the floods. Their Disaster Resource Center offers other resources for such times. 
Energy Future Holdings Energy Future Holdings has donated more than $25,000 to the American Red Cross for relief efforts in Texas and Oklahoma. The company activated a Red Cross microsite to give employees an easy way to donate and to support the organization's first-ever National Giving Day. 
Freedom Fitness
Freedom Fitness is collecting donations during gym hours for the next two weeks.
Google Google and the company's employees have committed $150,000 to flood relief projects in Central Texas. $150,00 is a half of a $300,000 committment to disaster recovery and relief efforts in both Texas and Oklahoma. The money comes from grants via Google.org and employee donations.
H-E-B H-E-B donated $100,000 to the Red Cross as well as launching a tear pad campaign offering customers the opportunity to donate money on their grocery bill. The company's partners (employees) are distributing more than 5,000 Disaster Relief Cleanup Kits to residents. Over 15 H-E-B stores near the impacted areas are providing additional relief and items. 
Humana Foundation The Humana Foundation is donating $25,000 to the American Red Cross to aid with relief efforts assisting the tornado, storm, and flood victims in Texas. 
Kohl's
Kohl's Department Stores donated $100,000 to the American Red Cross to aid relief efforts in Texas and Oklahoma. Kohl's is encouraging its associates to volunteer to support cleanup efforts through their Associates in Action program. 
Kung Fu Saloon 100% of drink revenues, $40,000, from their Drink for a Cause night on May 28th went to the Red Cross for relief efforts after the Texas floods along with collected supplies such as pet food, medical supplies, and gift cards.
MAXIMUS Foundation MAXIMUS Foundation has made a donation of more than $15,000 in employee contributions and corporate matching funds to Habitat for Humanity International, to aid disaster relief efforts in the Midwest region of the United States.
Nissan Nissan has donated $50,000 to the American Red Cross to support relief efforts. Additionally, Nissan lease and retail customers may be eligible to take advantage of payment relief options. 
Noble Energy The company is donating $100,000 to the American Red Cross to support disaster relief and recovery efforts for the communites affected by floods. They will also match employee donations two to one through their NobleACTS gifts program. Also through NobleACTS, employee volunteer hours will result in additional contributions by Noble Energy to the Red Cross.
Raising Cane's Chicken The company will donate 15% of its net sales from customers who mention the floods or the Red Cross. People can also give cash donations.
Ram Truck and FCA Foundation
Ram Truck and the FCA Foundation are giving $100,000 to the First Response Team of America to rpovide relief support to residents of Central Texas. The First Response Team of America will be on-site with their Ram vehicles and community restoration queipment to assist residents. 
Raymond James
Raymond James (RFJ) donated $100,000 to the Red Cross to support relief efforts after the floods.
RBC Wealth Management The RBC Foundation-USA is donating $25,000 to the American Red Cross to support flood relief efforts in Texas. RBC Wealth Management-US and RBC Capital Markets are also matching employees' donations through the RBC corporate gift matching program.
St. Bernard Sports The St. Bernard Sports Austin store is accpeting relief items to assist the Hays County Food Bank from May 27th - May 31st. 
Walmart Walmart and the Walmart Foundation have given $80,000 to the Red Cross for relief assistance earlier in May and have committed another $500,000 in cash and in-kind donations like food, water, cleaning supplies, baby, and personal care products. 75,000 bottles of water were donated to the affected areas in Texas along with other products.
Wells Fargo Wells Fargo & Co. will donate $100,000 to the Red Cross and distrubute another $175,000 to local nonprofits to support recovery efforts. Additonally, customers can donate money to the Red cross from May 29th to June 15th using any Wells Fargo ATM in Texas. Wells Fargo Rewards members are also able to donate their redeemable rewards balance as a donation to the Red Cross.
Whataburger Whataburger donated $100,000 to the Red Cross to help with the floods in Central Texas. The company is also offering free meals to uniformed first responders from Tuesday May 26th - Tuesday June 9th.
Whole Foods Whole Foods is offering $1Million in zero interest loans to businesses in Austin damaged by the floods. The Whole Foods stores will also collect donations for the Red Cross.