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Companies are mobilizing their expertise, capabilities, and resources to assist with the Ebola outbreak in Africa. Businesses have pledged $50.8 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.

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Minnesota based, 3M has sent nearly 1 million respirators to West Africa. Respitory protection is crucial for doctors and aid workers as they prevent the deadly disease from spreading further.

Abbott and Abbott Fund Abbott and its philanthropic foundation the Abbott Fund are providing cash and healthcare products to partners responding to the Ebola crisis in West Africa.
AbbVie and AbbVie Foundation AbbVie and the AbbVie Foundation are providing cash grants and medical product donations to support relief efforts in response to the Ebola Crisis in West Africa.
Acme United Corporation Acme United International is a worldwide supplier of measuring and safety products, thus their extensive consumer feedback and expertise makes them ideal corporate donors to help MAP International with the Ebola epidemic. They have recently donated 150,000 disposable respirator masks, a product urgently needed in medical centers across West Africa for relief to move forward.

Addressing Homes

Undertaking the key issue that spread of Ebola has been poorly tracked, upon request of the Liberian governement, a Utah tech company, Addressing Homes, has recently donated two portable mapping devices.


To increase the communication in West Africa in hopes of combating the Ebola outbreak, Airtel donated 100 headsets to Nigeria's Ebola Emergency Operations Center and 150 phones to Sierra Leone's Ministry of Health.

Alcoa Foundation Lightweight metal manufacturer, Alcoa, has responded to West Africa’s cry for further corporate support by donating $80,000 to the CDC Foundation.
American Express American Express has committed $200,000 to four organizations - the International Medical Corps, the International Rescue Committee, Save the Children and the U.S. Fund for UNICEF - to support medical treatment, training for medical professionals, and community support in the wake of the outbreak. The company will also match employee donations up to $8000 per employee.
Arcelor Mittal The multinational steel and mining company, Arcelor Mittal recently presented two abulances to Minister of Health and Social Welfare, Dr. Walter T. Jungle and Minister Tolbert Nyeswah of Liberia. The corporate gift is in direct response to Ebola's exponential spread throughout the unequipped country.

Avadim Technologies

Avadim Technologies has recently partnered with Eblen Charties to donate advanced sanitational supplies to combat the Ebola epidemic.

B. BRAUN MELSUNGEN AG The German medical supply company has donated 50,000 pairs of medical gloves to assist the Liberian government.
Baxter AmeriCares and Direct Relief have sent IV fluids donated by Baxter to help patients in Sierra Leone and Liberia.
Bayer German chemical and pharmaceutical company, Bayer has donated $3.2 million worth in drugs to the U.S. aid organization Direct Relief to treat Ebola patients in Siberia and Liberia. Additionally, the company has pledged $32,000 to Caritas international.
Becton, Dickinson and Company Global medical technology company BD (Becton, Dickinson and Company) has contributed vital in-kind contributions, including infusion therapy and blood sampling devices that help reduce the probability of transmission of the Ebola virus to health care workers when taking blood samples from patients.
BHP BHP Billiton has donated USD 400,000 to help fight the Ebola virus outbreak in West Africa with the funds to be provided to the Pooled World Health Organisations Ebola Response fund.
Biolife LLC Biolife LLC is donating 5,000 individual applications of its WoundSeal to help health workers in the region. Ultimately, the company hopes to donate another 80,000 applications of the product.
Booz Allen Hamilton Booz Allen Hamilton, a global technology consulting firm and thought leader in emergency management, has recently sponsored the Ebola Response Network. The initiative allows non-governmental stakeholders and the Department of Defense (DoD)’s All Partners Access Network, along with Booz Allen’s extensive experience to collaborate, share data, updates, and strategies to effectively tackle the world’s severest Ebola outbreak.
Bridgestone To help combat the Ebola outbreak, Bridgestone will be donating $1 million (USD) to the efforts in Liberia and region.
Caterpillar, Inc. Caterpillar has consistently been committed to fight against extreme poverty and disease in Africa. The company has agreed to give an additional $1 million to the One Campaign in specific response to the Ebola epidemic.
Cera Products Cera Products has sent about 40,000 of the company's "oral rehydration" drinks, worth about $72,000, to Liberia and Sierra Leone, two countries at the center of the outbreak. The company made the donation to Direct Relief.
Chevron Chevron Nigera Limited donated two standard ambulances, as part of the Joint Venture's social investments in the area of health for the benefit of Nigerians.
CIBC CIBC will make a $35,000 donation to the Red Cross to support relief efforts related to the outbreak of the Ebola virus in West Africa.
Cica Motors Cica Motors, the premium dealer in Toyota automobiles in Liberia, recently presented a Land Cruiser ambulance and HINO truck -  a $97,000 value - to the Liberia National Red Cross Society.
Cigna Foundation The Cigna Foundation today announced a $50,000 donation to the United Nations (UN) Emergency Relief Fund, with funds directed to Ebola-related services.
Citi Bank Citi supported the work of the CDC Foundation with a corporate contribution of $100,000 and worked closely with the Afya Foundation to arrange the in-kind donation of one million protective masks to be delivered to healthcare workers caring for Ebola patients in Sierra Leone, one of the hardest-hit countries in this outbreak.
Coca-Cola Coca-Cola has demonstrated commitment to ensuring that the crisis is under control through the donation of assorted medical supplies, safe drinking water and cash, among others.
Dannex Limited In effort to encourage more corporate support, Dannex Limited, the largest ORS manufacturer in Ghana recently presented 25,000 parcels of ORS drugs to the Liberian Embassy. ORS is a drug proven to replenish liquid lost from the body and is key for those recovering from the Ebola virus.

Dawnus International

To contribute to the overall global response to the Ebola outbreak, London based construction company, Dawnus International donated $25,000 to the head of UNICEF in Sierre Leone.

DuPont Co. Wilmington, Del.-based DuPont has taken on more than $250,000 in air freight charges to help move stock of its six different types of Tychem PPE suits — from disposable to sanitizeable and reusable — around to where they are most needed.


In "the spirit of Pan-Africanism," Ecobank has given the Sierra Leone government $50,000 to help combat the Ebola epidemic.


Ecolab, a multi-national provider of hygine products, recently agreed to provide West Africa with 1.8m worth in germ sanitizers and disinfectants in hopes of preventing further spread of the Ebola virus.

ExxonMobil ExxonMobil has donated $150,000 to help fund public awareness. Although ExxonMobil is relatively new to Liberia, company leaders recognize the importance of public heath in every region and sector in which the company operates.
Facebook Facebook has provided users with a "Donate" button on their broswer to easily contribute to efforts to fight Ebola through the American Red Cross, the Internatinal Medical Corps, and Save the Children. Additionally, the company is committed to helping provide internet connectivity in the region to increase information accessibility.
FedEx To date, Direct Relief has sent more than $620,000 (wholesale) in medical aid to health workers on the frontlines of the Ebola outbreak in Liberia and Sierra Leone. As the virus spreads, flights traveling to infected countries have become limited, thus FedEx has eagerly agreed to provide assistance with Direct Relief's transportation needs. 
General Electric General Electric has donated $2 million to strengthen the fight against the Ebola disease.
Google Google has pledged up to $17.5 million. They have set up a website, where they will give $2 for every $1 donated, up to $7.5 million. Additionally, Google will donate immediately $10 million to seven charities involved in Ebola relief.
GSK GSK has partnered with relief agencies, Save the Children, AmeriCares, WHO, and Project HOPE, to equip aid workers on the frontline of the Ebola outbreak. GSK has donated a total of $167,163 in cash and $642,935 worth of pharmaceutical supplies. 
Henry Schein, Inc. Henry Shein , Inc, the world's largest provider of health care products and services, has recently increased their support for  Ebola relief. In the following weeks over $1 million worth of personal protection equipment will be delivered to West Africa's hardest hit countries. The supplies will be channeled through AmeriCares, Direct Relief, International Medical Corps, and Med Share.
Hospital Corporation of America (HCA) Healthcare industry giant, Hospital Corporation of America (HCA) recently announced the donation of $1 million to the Global Disaster Fund within the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). It is predicted without immediate action it is only a matter of time before the ebola disease spirals out of control. HCA's pertinent donation will go towards medical supplies, equipment, and the hiring of local staff.  
Hudson's Bay Company Hudson's Bay Company (HBC) announced today a donation match of up to $50,000 to the Canadian Red Cross in support of their efforts to combat the spread of the deadly Ebola virus and provide emergency response operations in the affected countries. The donation will benefit the West Africa Ebola Fund with funds raised through the HBC Foundation.


Hyperdynamics, an emerging independent oil and gas company, donated a total of $200,00 to help Guniea's fight against the Ebola epidemic.
IBM IBM has joined the fight against Ebola by donating software to West Africa’s hardest hit countries. The cloud based technology will consolidate all current data, pinpoint suspected cases, and ultimately prepare emergency response teams for the future.
IKEA Foundation Answering the call for help in fighting the Ebola epidemic, the Ikea Foundation today announced that it is donating $6.2 million to Doctors without Borders (Medecin Sans Frontieres) to help in its fight against the disease.
Johnson & Johnson In response to the Ebola Crisis in West Africa, Johnson & Johnson fast tracked the development of a preventative Ebola vaccine program, committed $1 million to the Centers for Disease Control Foundation and NGOs working in Africa to advance health care worker safety and effectiveness, and provided medical product donations to support relief efforts.
JP Morgan Chase Grants totaling $300,000 from the JPMorgan Chase Foundation will support the United Nations Children's Fund (UNICEF) and the International Rescue Committee (IRC) – two leading organizations dedicated to helping control the Ebola outbreak and providing resources and support to West Africa. The JPMorgan Chase Foundation is also launching a special employee giving campaign that will match employee donations dollar-for-dollar to these organizations. Specifically, the Foundation will double donations made by employees up to $150,000 for a total of $300,000.
Kaiser Permanente Kaiser Permanente has donated $1 million to two international aid groups; Doctors Without Borders and International Medical Corps, to support "direct medical care and safe clinical treatment practices" in West Africa, its first major donation to help halt the spread of the virus.
Kosmos Energy Kosmos Energy has donated $325,000 to the Government of Ghana to procure critical equipment for 3 Ebola Centers in Ghana. This donation was done in preparation for any outbreak of EVD in Ghana.
Legatum $150,000 donated by Legatum and others will help the Ebola Crisis Fund to enable mass public awareness campaigns.
LG Electronics LG Electronics plans on donating 2,000 smartphones to improve the collection of medical records and monitor progress.  The phones will be channeled through OCHA (The United Nations Office of Humanitarian Affairs) to medical staff in West Africa's hardest hit countries.

Liberia Petroleum Company

In response to the alarming increase of Ebola cases in the area, the Liberia Petroleum Company gave the Liberia National Ebola Task Force $75,000 in late July. 

London Mining Company

London Mining Company donated $96,000 to President Ernest Bai Koroma, and CEO Dan Desjardins expressed his heartfelt sympathy, and reiterated that London Mining Company would not be running away from the crisis.

Lonestar Cell Lonestar cell and the Lonestar foundation made a joint donation of three Nissan Jeeps and a 20 KVA generator, equivalent to $100,000, to the National Ebola Task Force.
Mars Chocolate Mars Chocolate announced today that it is donating $100,000, through the World Cocoa Fund (WCF), as part of an industry-wide effort to help fight the Ebola outbreak in West Africa.The WCF will distribute 100 percent of the donated funds to support two non-governmental organizations who are currently working in West Africa, the International Federation of the Red Cross and Red Crescent (IFRC) and Caritas.
McKesson McKesson has donated 200 pallets of medical supplies through World Vision, including 4 million pairs of latex gloves, 8,000 gallons of disinfectant, and a massive shipment of Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) kits.

Mercury International

Mercury International, one of the largest Sports Betting and Lottery Companies in Sierra Leone recently gave the national governement $56,880 in collaboration to fight against the Ebola outbreak.

Microsoft Microsoft has responded with a combination of cash, technology, and employees to help with Ebola relief efforts. The technology giant donated $100,000 to NetHope for immediate disaster relief assistance and further Ebola virus research. Additionally, Microsoft delivered software licenses and provided technical experts to the Center of Disease Control to be used by key partners working in the field.
National Airlines National Airlines is proud to have been called on to contribute to Ebola relief efforts in Liberia. In cooperation with the United States Government, National Airlines, using one of its B747-400 Freighters, carried a planeload of medical and other relief supplies from New York to the Monrovia Airport.
Newmont Ghana Newmont Ghana, a leading mining company, presented $68,000 of testing equipment, protective gear, and assistant packages to hospitals across Ghana. While the West African country is declared Ebola-free, Ghana has take precautionary steps to prevent an outbreak.
Nippon Clever Japanese manufacturer, Nippon Clever Co., recently donated 10,000 masks to Guinea, Liberia, and the Congo. The masks average $74 and are  lined with chemicals to provide much-needed protection for medical personnel.
Nissan Motor Co., Ltd. Nissan Motor Co., Ltd. is donating vehicles to be used as ambulances in Liberia in support of ongoing Ebola relief efforts. The ambulances will be provided to the President's office of Liberia, West Africa's hardest hit country.
NOVAFONE NOVAFONE donated toilet tissues, cell phones, rain gears, bathing soaps, Rexoguard antiseptic disinfectants and consignment of alchohol.
Olam International Limited Olam International Limited has given $250,000 in humanitarian aid to Ebola relief. The supply chain company has divvied $200,000 to Doctors without Borders and $50,000 to the World Cocoa Foundation, which will filter to International Federation of the Red Cross.

Rio Tinto

To date, Rio Tinto has donated more than US$3.4M towards Ebola response. This includes US$2.9M of equipment, ranging from vehicles to facilitate transportation, to jet system to fuel a helicopter that was grounded and mobile mining camps to increase treatment capacity, all of which has had an immediate impact on the ground. Additionally, Rio Tinto has donated more than half of a million dollars to front-line organisations to promote prevention measures and to distribute over 100,000 prevention kits.

Samsung Samsung has recently announced that they will donate 3,000 Galaxy S3 Neo smartphones to the United Nations Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs (OCHA), a gift equivalent to $1 million. The devices will be used by medical staff in Guinea, Liberia, and Sierra Leone to collect medical records, establish coordination, and communicate with patient's families. 
Sanofi Foundation The Sanofi Foundation for North America is supporting key humanitarian organizations, including MAP International’s Ebola Relief Response, Heart to Heart International’s Emergency Intervention Program to Manage Ebola Viruses Disease (EVD) Cases in Liberia and the CDC Foundation’s Global Disaster Response Fund. The Sanofi Espoir Foundation has funded The French Red Cross’s READY Fund.
Scientific Laboratory Supplies SLS donated about $4,900 worth of supplies to the International Health Partnership, to help volunteers and aid workers fight the disease.
Scotiabank Scotiabank has donated $35,000 to the Canadian Red Cross to help combat the Ebola outbreak in four critical areas which include clinical management, care for the deceased, tracing and monitoring contact with the virus and educating communities about the disease.
Sealed Air As a leader in the sanitation industry, Sealed Air, is preparing to send hygiene supplies and instructional materials to Ebola devastated countries.
Seplat Petroleum Development Company

The company donated nearly $305,600, to be shared between the First Consultants Medical Centre, Lagos, and the Lagos Isolation Centre.

Sierra Minerals Holdings/Vimetco Sierra Minerals, under American investment company Vimetco, donated $84,440, 1,000 heavy duty boots, 250 body suits, and 40 non-contact thermometers in response to the Ebola epidemic.

Sierra Rutile

Sierre Rutile, a small mining company in West Africa, donated $22,750 to local district councils in Sierre Leone, in hopes of helping the local community tackle the spread of Ebola and rejuvenate the detortiating society.

Shell Shell has also donated an ambulance and two trucks to the cause, with petroleum to last six months. Additionally, donations from Shell staff members will be matched.
SocFin Agricultural Company SocFin Agricultural Company donated $13,600 to Sierra Leone's efforts in combatting the Ebola virus.
Sun Life Financial Multinational financial service company Sun Life Financial has contributed $50,000 to the Red Cross's Ebola Virus relief efforts. The emergency support will go towards volunteer training and medical aid.
Tangerine The Canadian based direct bank, Tangerine, has recently agreed to donate to the Red Cross's Ebola relief efforts. From now till Novermber 20, 2014 Tangerine will match all customer donations up to $50,000.
TD Bank Group TD Bank Group is responding to the deadly Ebola virus outbreak by donating $75,000 to the Red Cross for international emergency humanitarian relief in West Africa.
The Association of Sierra Leone Commercial Banks The Association of Sierra Leone Commercial Banks donated $34,250 to the Ministry of Health and Sanitization. The donation came in response to the growing number of reported cases in Sierra Leone. Ebola is affecting the fragile backbone of Sierra Leone’s society.
The Clorox Company Partnering with AmeriCares, The Clorox Company donated 12,000 bottles of Clorox bleach to help Ebola affected communities in West Africa.

The National Oil Company of Liberia (NOCAL)

In efforts to assist the local government prevent further spreading of the Ebola virus, the National Oil Company of Libera gave Ebola Trust Fund $150,000.
The Sierra Leone Produce Marketing Company (SLPMC) The SLPMC donated 300 bags of 25kg Nerica rice as a contribution towards the fight against ebola.

Total Energy

The Nigerian branches of Total energy company,  joined the fight against Ebola by donating five new Ford Pick-up vans and electronic fueling cards to  the Ebola Emergency Operation Center.

Transmar Group The Ebola virus will have a major impact on the world's largest chocolate supply . To prevent further spread of Ebola, the Ivory Coast has strictly closed its border with Liberia, indirectly this strains the industry's workforce just as harvest season begins. Transmar Group, the world's leading supplier of cocoa products has recently pledged it's first $100,000 contribution to the Caritas’ International Ebola response fund.
Tullow Oil plc The Consortium, through Tullow, is also donating $200,000 to the International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies (IFRC) to support humanitarian relief efforts in Guinea as it fights the Ebola virus. Tullow donated $100,000 and Dana Petroleum and Hyperdynamics subsidiary SCS each donated $50,000


UPS has currently provided grant and in-kind commitments totaling $500,000 for the Ebola Epidemic in West Africa. UPS allocated emergency funding for the World Food Programme to support Global Logistics Cluster operations In West Africa. In addition, UPS provided a charter flight for UNICEF and continues to provide air, ocean and ground shipments for the CDC, Medshare, Africare, DRI, and other non-profit agencies who are providing medical supplies, personal protective equipment, and disinfectants.

Volvo The Volvo Group is donating $1,500,000 on behalf of its employees to the UN’s Ebola Response Multi-Partner Trust Fund (MPTF), which allocates resources to critical and unfunded priorities of the UN’s Ebola response. Each year, the Volvo Group makes a seasonal donation on behalf of its employees.
Wells Fargo & Company Wells Fargo & Company is donating $150,000 to International Medical Corps to help fight the Ebola crisis in the West African countries of Sierra Leone and Liberia
Western Union In the beginning of October, Western Union donated $25,000 to the International Medical Corp and initiated a "no transfer fee" program for all individuals donating to the American Red Cross. Additionally, on November 24, to urge further corporate and consumer donations, the company announced a million-dollar global business challenge, a multi-faceted program which will match 1:1 all charitable donations supporting International Medical Corps and Save the Children. “We are committed to helping the global communities we serve,” said Western Union President and Chief Executive Officer of Western Union, Hikmet Ersek.
Wireless Application Services Providers Association of Ghana (WASPAG) The need to research and provide an adequate vaccine for the Ebola Virus Disease has become imperative. In response to the rising dilema, WASPAG recently gave $15,637 to the Noguchi Memorial Institute for Medical Research. WASPAG is a telecom assocation in Ghana that serves over 23million people in West African.
Xerox Foundation Xerox has recently updated its Maven Outbreak Management Software in efforts to track the rapidly spreading Ebola virus - by condensing, sharing, and analyzing data officials will effectively trace the disease and prepare for future outbreaks. Additionally, the multinational service provider has donated $100,000 to Save the Children.