Leading with Purpose

 

“While there are significant challenges in the world today, you should always look for the joy. There’s joy in our lives each day, and we should celebrate it.”

Those words, uttered last fall by Donna Vieira, EVP and CMO at Sallie Mae, are especially relevant today as the world deals with the startling effects of COVID-19. Looking for a little joy amid the gloom? The ANA members represented below are just a sampling of brands and nonprofits stepping up in inspired ways to respond to the ongoing pandemic.

From producing medical masks and respirators to distributing meals to waiving fees to offering free services and everything in between, these members are leading with purpose, driving goodwill, and making a difference in people’s lives around the world.

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Relief, Response, and Redeployment Efforts

 
Navient

Response
Suspended payments and interest accrual on all U.S. Department of Education (ED) owned loans until September 30, 2020.

Serta Simmons Bedding

Relief
Donating 10,000 mattresses to New York City hospitals and temporary medical facilities fighting the COVID-19 pandemic.

Cisco

Relief
Committing $225 million in cash, in-kind, and planned giving to support both the global and local response to COVID-19.

State Farm

Response
Launched the Good Neighbor Relief Program that will provide customers with a 25 percent credit to their auto insurance.

 
Bank of America

Relief
Committed up to $250 million to community development financial institutions, up to $10 million in philanthropic grants, and $100 million to help increase medical response capacity, address food insecurity, and increase access to learning.

Kellogg

Relief
Partnering with Walmart in its Fight Hunger, Spark Change program to help bring food to the people who need it most and is advancing its $1 million maximum pledge to Feeding America to provide immediate assistance to improve food security.

Amazon

Relief
Launched the $20 million AWS Diagnostic Initiative to accelerate COVID-19 research. Committed almost $23 million in Europe to support those most affected by COVID-19, and Amazon CEO/Founder Jeff Bezos donated $100 million to Feeding America.

BISSELL Homecare, Inc.

Response
Donating 1.8 million filters for protective masks for health care workers and partnering with health systems and manufacturers to donate proprietary vacuum bag material to make nearly 1.8 million mask filters for frontline health care workers.

 
Toyota Motor North America, Inc.

Relief
Donated $500,000 to United Way, has been making in kind donations of PPE and materials to local nonprofits, and deferring payments for customers for 90 days to customers who need to replace their vehicle.

Aramark

Response
Donating labor to provide procurement, assembly, and delivery services for at least 300,000 and up to 500,000 food and household supply packages to hospital staff across the five boroughs of New York City.

Autodesk

Relief
Donating $600,000 to support the UN Foundation COVID-19 Solidarity Response Fund, The CDC Foundation’s Emergency Response Fund, and the Silicon Valley Community Foundation COVID-19 Regional Response Fund.

P&G

Relief
Contributions of product and in-kind support now exceed $15 million and will continue to increase. Millions of P&G products are being donated from 30 brands in more than 20 countries, with more on the way.

 
Lowe’s

Relief
Committing $25 million to help communities affected by coronavirus and $500,000 to the American Red Cross.

Coca-Cola

Relief
Donating $5 million to the Boys & Girls Club of America to support vulnerable youth during school closures.

Estée Lauder

Redeployment
Reopening a manufacturing facility in Melville, N.Y., to produce hand sanitizer for health care personnel.

eBay

Response
Launched Up & Running, a program specifically designed to help Main Street retailers to get online and selling.

 
Align Technology, Inc.

Redeployment
Leveraging our 3D printing technology and manufacturing expertise to produce face shields and medical swabs for COVID-19 testing kits and donating them to hospitals pledged $1 million to support COVID-19 relief efforts.

GlaxoSmithKline

Relief
Donating $10 million to The COVID-19 Solidarity Response Fund, created by the UN Foundation and WHO, to support WHO and partners to prevent, detect, and manage the pandemic, particularly where the needs are the greatest.

Minor League Baseball

Response
Partnering with Feeding America to raise funds for local food banks and honor local heroes on the pandemic’s front lines. For every $10 donated, one ticket to a future MiLB game will be donated to a hero of the pandemic.

S&P Global

Response
Provided hospitals and governments with access to supply chain data to help track and identify the supply of ventilators and PPE; donated over 100,000 medical-grade facemasks globally; allocated $4 million to nonprofits.

 
Ford

Redeployment
Lending manufacturing and engineering expertise to help build respirators and ventilators, as well as assembling face shields.

National Instruments

Relief
Deploying $2.5 million for COVID-19 relief efforts in the Austin, TX metro area and other countries where the company operates.

North Shore Animal League America

Response
Providing for the animals in their care and assisting families who find themselves unable to care for their pets in this crisis.

Habitat for Humanity International, Inc.

Relief
Donated more than 160,000 N95 respirators and 14,000 Tyvek suits to health care providers and is encouraging people to stay home.

 
Diageo

Redeployment
Providing more than eight million bottles of hand sanitizer — through donating two million liters of alcohol to manufacturing partners — in the fight against COVID-19.

Juniper Networks

Relief
Partnering with local teams and donating medical and household essentials to help those that are the most vulnerable in the communities where we work, live, and serve.

Operation Smile

Relief
Redirecting medical supplies and equipment where they are needed most and providing patients with virtual consultations including speech therapy and psychosocial care.

Quicken Loans Inc.

Relief
Combined with the Gilbert Family Foundation and made a combined commitment of $1.2 million to support Detroit nonprofits and those in need during this difficult time.

 
Home Depot

Relief
Donating millions of dollars in personal protective equipment and other products and is redirecting shipments of N95 masks to be donated to hospitals, health care providers, and first responders.

Caterpillar

Relief
Committing $8.5 million to support local communities which are affected by the virus and is engaging facilities to donate to local charities, including providing millions of meals for people in need.

Wells Fargo

Relief
Donating $175 million to help address food shortages, public health needs, small business stability, and housing security for the most vulnerable populations and a $1 million grant to Feeding America.

Dell

Response
Set aside $3 million in funds and in-kind technology donations to help meet the greatest needs of local communities and the front-line organizations working to treat and contain COVID-19 around the world.

 
Great Clips

Relief
Supporting stylists who are out of work by providing a donation and driving awareness for the PBA (Professional Beauty Association) COVID-19 Relief Fund.

Nordstrom

Redeployment
Leveraging its tailoring capabilities to help with the medical supply shortage by having the members of its alterations teams sew more than 100,000 masks.

Kroger

Relief
Forming employment partnerships with local, regional, and national businesses in the most affected industries to temporarily flex employees to Kroger roles.

7-Eleven

Relief
Donated one million masks to the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) to aid the medical community who are tirelessly battling the coronavirus pandemic.

 
Bel Brands USA

Response
Devoted a full day’s production of The Laughing Cow as donations to COVID-19 relief community organizations across the globe.

Hewlett Packard Enterprise

Relief
Donated $50 million in secure connectivity kits to provision pop-up clinics, testing sites, and temporary hospital facilities.

International Fellowship of Christians and Jews

Response
On the ground in Israel packing and providing food boxes to ensure that not one elderly Jew or Holocaust survivor goes hungry.

AB InBev/Anheuser-Busch

Relief
Donating $5 million from sports and entertainment budget to help American Red Cross blood drives and is making hand sanitizer.

 
Blue Cross Blue Shield Association

Relief
36 independent and locally-operated Blue Cross and Blue Shield companies have committed nearly $3 billion to date to members, health care workers and local communities.

Unilever

Relief
Donating food, soap, and personal hygiene/home-cleaning products, in partnership with Feeding America, and sending more than 200,000 face masks to New Jersey hospitals.

The Boeing Company

Response
Delivered 3D-printed face shields to support health care professionals working to stop the spread of COVID-19 and is set to produce thousands more face shields per week.

BP

Relief
Will donate $2 million to the WHO’s COVID-19 Solidarity Response Fund, which supports medical professionals and patients worldwide by providing critical aid and supplies.

 
Chipotle

Response
Offering free delivery on all orders over $10 through April 30.

Salesian Missions

Response
Continues to care for poor children in more than 130 countries.

Cox

Response
Providing limited-time internet to families with K–12 students.

Crocs

Relief
Donating 10,000 pairs of shoes each day to health care workers.

 
Mercedes-Benz USA, LLC

Relief
Donating 1,000 meals each week to residents of underserved areas in Atlanta and will provide Atlanta Public Schools, Open Hand Atlanta and Second Helpings Atlanta with vehicles to help complete thousands of food deliveries throughout the city.

MetLife

Relief
Providing $25 million in grants to support global relief efforts directed toward people with urgent needs for food, health care, and financial assistance, and donating thousands of face masks, hand sanitizer, and canisters of disinfecting wipes.

Alcon Laboratories, Inc.

Response
Made monetary donations to local, national, and global organizations to support meal programs for children and seniors, provide essential supplies to shelters, and aid emergency relief efforts while producing additional PPE and hand sanitizers.

ExxonMobil

Relief
Will help provide about 1 million meals to Houston-area residents through $250,000 in contributions to local food banks, a $100,000 donation to the West Texas Food Bank, will support online education in Carlsbad (N.M.) with a $100,000 donation.

 
Starbucks

Relief
Giving a free tall hot or iced coffee each day to all health care workers through May 3, as well as to police officers, firefighters, paramedics, and other hospital or medical staffers.

Boston Beer

Relief
With the support of the Greg Hill Foundation, is donating over $2,000,000 to kickstart the Restaurant Strong Fund across 20 states to aid restaurant workers affected by COVID-19 closures.

Costco

Response
Temporarily allowing priority access to warehouses during all open hours for Costco members who are health care workers and first responders such as police officers, EMTs, and firefighters.

Academic Partnerships

Response
Offering universities and K-12 educators free, just-in-time resources and support services and support in moving to online instruction in response to COVID-19 suspension of in-person classes.

 
Mastercard

Relief
Announced a commitment of $250 million over five years to support small businesses in the United States providing access to necessary resources to help protect their businesses and their employees through free cyber vulnerability assessments

Dunkin

Relief
Sent 4,000 pounds of coffee, 2,000 boxes of Keurig pods, and 23,000 gift cards to 85 hospitals across the country. The Dunkin Joy in Childhood Foundation activated $1.25 million in emergency grants for health and hunger relief organizations.

C Spire

Response
Redirected the C Spire Health telemedicine app exclusively to aid the University of Mississippi Medical Center in diagnosing and triaging possible COVID-19 cases and provided extra high-speed data for customers to help them to stay connected.

BD Becton Dickinson and Company

Response
Deploying capabilities, expertise, and scale to address critical health needs related to coronavirus, including diagnostic offerings to identify COVID-19, real-time informatics, electronic surveillance technology, and essential medical devices.

 
ASPCA

Response
Helping pets, pet owners, and animal welfare organizations affected by the pandemic.

Bumble Bee Foods, Inc.

Relief
Donating more than $1 million in product to food banks in both the U.S. and in Canada.

Disney World and Disneyland

Relief
Donated excess food that would have gone unused due to the unexpected park closures.

Bayer

Relief
Donating three million malaria tablets to U.S. for potential use against coronavirus.

 
Dove

Relief
Made a $2 million donation to Direct Relief in partnership with Vaseline to go toward PPE, ventilators, and medicines for health care workers on the front line in the U.S.

Florida Power & Light Co.

Response
Reducing May charges by 25%, suspending electrical disconnections, providing payment extensions and waiving certain late payment fees for customers in a hardship situation.

Blue Diamond

Response
Working with food banks and nonprofit organizations in local communities to provide donations of its shelf-stable almond products to help families affected by the pandemic.

LEGO Systems

Relief
Donated $50 million to organizations, including Education Cannot Wait, to help provide education for children who are facing incredibly difficult times all around the world.

 
GM

Response
Working closely with Ventec Life Systems, in cooperation with StopTheSpread.org, to rapidly scale up production of critically important respiratory products and directing $2 million in grant funding to nonprofit organizations.

Citi

Relief
Providing $15 million to support global coronavirus-related relief activities by the COVID-19 Solidarity Response Fund, No Kid Hungry, and additional international, country-specific efforts in places that are severely affected.

FedEx

Response
Delivered personal protective equipment and critical supplies to organizations around the world and continues to help numerous organizations fight the coronavirus by providing in-kind shipping services and logistical expertise.

Intel

Relief
$10 million in donations for global COVID-19 relief. Pledged $50 million technology initiative to accelerate access to technology at the point of patient care and is ensuring access to online learning for students and teachers.

 
Mondelēz

Response
Giving its hourly manufacturing, distribution, and sales workforce a $2 per hour increase for hours worked March 23 through May 2, while sales reps get a $125 per-week bonus.

Prudential

Relief
Donated donated 150,000 N95 respirators and face masks and committed $1.5 million in funding for local businesses and community support, both in the U.S. and internationally.

Boston Scientific Corp.

Response
Contributed more than $2 million to aid COVID-19 relief efforts through monetary and supply donations of PPE and medical equipment to local hospitals and government agencies.

Keurig Dr Pepper

Relief
Donating Keurig brewers, coffee, and other beverages to hospitals in need, as a way to say thank you for the unwavering commitment and courage of the entire medical community.

 
Emergen-C

Relief
Proudly donated $500k to Americares, a health-focused relief organization

L’Oréal USA

Redeployment
Using its facilities to make hand sanitizer for medical officials in need.

Share Our Strength — No Kid Hungry

Relief
Providing grants to organizations supporting emergency food relief efforts.

Airbnb

Redeployment
Subsidizing housing for 100,000 workers on the front lines of COVID-19 care.

 
AbbVie

Relief
Donating $35 million to International Medical Corps., Direct Relief, and Feeding America to help support underserved communities and health care systems working to address the impact of the COVID-19 global pandemic.

Chevron

Relief
Donated more than $2 million to local relief efforts in several states, committed an additional $2 million to U.S.-based nonprofits, and contributed a $500,000 grant to the DonorsChoose program “Keep Kids Learning.”

TD Bank

Relief
Made a donation to the National Association of Community Health Centers. and is donating to local community organizations from Maine to Florida to specifically address the needs resulting from the spread of COVID-19.

Tractor Supply Co.

Relief
Committing $1.5 million to the growth and development of rural areas with an initial focus on COVID-19 recovery efforts and $500,000 to the company’s Employee Assistance Fund to aid employees most affected by COVID-19.

 
Ally

Relief
Pledged $3 million to help address the emergency needs of their communities.

Amgen

Relief
An initial commitment of up to $12.5 million to support COVID-19 relief efforts.

Standard Textile

Redeployment
Making 1.2 million protective gowns, 500,000 face masks and 400,000 face shields

Under Armour

Redeployment
Making over 500,000 masks for hospitals and donating $1 million to Feeding America.

 
Boys & Girls Clubs of America

Response
Offering kids and families who face trying times food and safe child care for parents who must remain working, including first responders and health care workers.

Beam Suntory

Relief
Along with its joint venture distribution partner Maxxium Spain, donating a combined €240,000 to support hospitals and nursing homes in Madrid and Segovia, Spain.

Bimbo Bakeries USA

Response
Matching 100% of all donations to Feeding America’s COVID-19 Relief Fund, up to $500,000. Due to the urgent need, BBU has donated our $500,000 match immediately.

Aldi

Relief
Implemented temporary wage increases for those working in their stores and warehouses and is donating $1 million to community organizations to support those in need.

 
Regions Financial Corp.

Redeployment
Supporting community food banks by donating advertising time to help feed neighbors in need and is encouraging donations.

Mazda

Response
Many dealers providing free drop-off/pickup services and free loaner vehicles while a customer’s vehicle is being serviced.

Mercy Home for Boys & Girls

Response
Providing food, housing, and basic assistance to struggling families, now in even more dire circumstances due to COVID-19.

RaceTrac Petroleum

Response
Offering all essential workers in uniform or with a valid ID a free small coffee or small fountain drink through April 30.

 
Johnson & Johnson

Relief
Committed $50 million to support frontline health workers and donated one million surgical masks.

Susan G. Komen

Response
Established the Komen COVID-19 Action Fund to support urgent needs among the breast cancer community.

The Salvation Army

Response
Mobilized in every zip code in the U.S. to provide rent/mortgage, utility, food assistance, and more.

American Home Shield

Relief
Donated $50 to Feeding America for every new member added in April (enough to help provide 500 meals).

 
Children International

Response
Supporting children and families via its Emergency Community Fund, which covers medical and food costs and connects families with local resources.

Biogen Inc.

Relief
Committed $10 million to help address the immediate needs of communities and hospital systems across the world that have been affected by COVID-19.

Cargill

Relief
Committing $35 million to COVID-19 relief and recovery efforts through global and regional partnerships, product donations, and employee personal giving.

GEICO

Relief
Providing a 15 percent credit to auto and motorcycle policyholders as part of our ongoing efforts to assist policyholders during this unprecedented time.

 
Panera Bread

Redeployment
Launching a new delivery service called Panera Grocery to give people another alternative to ordering in-demand food items.

Verizon

Relief
Donating $2.5 million to the nonprofit Local Initiatives Support Corporation for its Small Business COVID-19 Recovery Fund.

Doctors Without Borders

Response
Sending aid to the countries hit hardest by COVID-19 and maintaining aid in the more than 70 countries it regularly assists.

Americares

Response
Delivering protective supplies. Running support groups and skill-building workshops for health workers in COVID-19 hot spots.

 
Christian Appalachian Project

Response
Feeds and provides critical services to people living in poverty in Appalachia, now in even more dire circumstances due to COVID-19.

CVS

Response
Waiving charges for home delivery and has established rapid drive-through testing sites in Massachusetts, Rhode Island, and Georgia.

Denny’s

Response
Through April 12, waiving all delivery fees and offering contactless delivery or pickup with a $5 discount on orders of $20 or more.

Kia Motors America, Inc.

Relief
Donating and distributing face shields to support medical facilities and giving $1 million to help homeless youth during this crisis

 
Clif Bar

Relief
Donating 3.6 million Clif products to food banks and other nonprofit partners in North America and Europe, plus an additional three million bars to help sustain frontline health care workers.

Teva Pharmaceuticals

Response
Donated more than 6 million doses of hydroxychloroquine sulfate tablets to hospitals across the U.S. to meet the urgent demand for the medicine as an investigational target to treat COVID-19.

Nashville Predators

Relief
Launched the "Feed the Frontline" program to deliver meals to those on the frontlines o the COVID-19 fight and distributing $700,000 to 168 area charitable and community service organizations.

Sony Electronics

Relief
Established a $100 million fund to provide assistance for first responders, support for children and educators, and support for members of the creative community in the entertainment industry.

 
Little Caesars

Response
Offering limited-contact options for both carryout and delivery.

Wawa

Relief
Offering free coffee to health care workers and first responders.

Braille Institute of America

Redeployment
Offering resources to maintain your body and mind during the crisis.

Nike

Relief
Giving more than $15 million to coronavirus relief efforts in Oregon.

 
Prestige Brands, Inc.

Response
Donated 100,000 bottles of Clear Eyes eye drops to New York-Presbyterian Hospital and Mount Sinai Hospital, to provide some comfort to those working long shifts on the front line in one of the hardest-hit areas in the country.

Mailchimp

Response
Providing Standard accounts for eligible public service organizations through June 30. Existing customers on the firm’s Standard plan will not be billed, and those already on the Free plan will be upgraded to Standard at no charge.

Nestlé Waters North America Inc.

Response
Donating 80,000 gallons of Poland Spring® Water through FreshDirect’s “Operation 5-Borough Food Drive,” a citywide food initiative to assist New York families in need and donating water to health care professionals in emergency rooms.

Nissan North America, Inc.

Redeployment
Using 3D printers to print headbands and assemble protective face-shields in our Tennessee, Michigan and Mississippi production facilities to be donated to our true heroes - health care workers and offering deferred payments to customers

 
ALC

Response
Making its consumer graph and household data on the U.S. population free to businesses and brands that need help distributing information related to COVID-19.

KFC

Relief
Sending one million pieces of chicken to its more than 4,000 U.S. restaurants to help them with donations and food giveaways such as feeding first responders.

Uber

Response
Offering free meals and discounted rides for over 25,000 health care workers in certain regions of the U.S. who are helping respond to the COVID-19 outbreak.

Pfizer

Relief
Committed $40 million in medical and charitable cash grants to help combat the global health effects of the COVID-19 pandemic in the U.S. and around the world.

 
Best Buy

Response
Offering contactless curbside service and giving hourly employees a temporary pay increase.

Brown-Forman Corporation

Relief
Donated $1 million to COVID-19 response funds and is producing and donating hand sanitizer.

American Red Cross

Response
Accepting appointments for blood donations to ensure a stable supply throughout the pandemic.

Amica

Response
Providing a 20% credit on their auto premiums for April and May, pending regulatory approval.

 
Hormel Foods

Relief
Pledged $1 million in cash and product donations to assist nonprofits with their efforts during the coronavirus.

Compassion International

Response
Providing food and critical services to families in poverty, now in even more dire circumstances due to COVID-19.

Logitech

Response
Launched a program for K–12 teachers to receive free webcams and headsets as they transition to virtual teaching.

T-Mobile

Relief
Donated $1 for each tweet on April 1 to the Boys and Girls Clubs of America with the hashtag “#GiveThanksNotPranks.”

 
AT&T

Response
Waiving late fees and overage charges that may be incurred between March 13 and May 13.

Brighthouse Financial

Relief
Donating $500,000 to local food banks and other organizations to support those in need.

BMO Harris Bank

Relief
Donated $500,000 to support crisis relief efforts in areas of immediate community need.

McDonalds

Relief
Donating 750,000 N-95 masks to the City of Chicago and 250,000 to the state of Illinois.

 
American Diabetes Association

Response
Offering a resource center for diabetes patients.

Alzheimer’s Association

Redeployment
Offering a resource center for dementia caregivers.

American Kidney Fund

Response
Helping kidney patients affected by the coronavirus.

USAA

Response
Returning $520 million to members with auto policies.

 
UJA Federation of New York

Response
Assisting a network of nonprofits, synagogues, and day schools in response to the crisis.

Comcast

Response
Boosting speeds on its basic packages and offering free internet to low-income customers.

S.C. Johnson & Son

Relief
Contributing $1 million to the CDC Foundation’s emergency response fund to fight COVID-19.

Save the Children

Response
Providing support, including medical supplies and preparedness training, in 120 countries.

 
Boys Town

Response
Continues to provide for children and families in crisis.

Microsoft

Relief
Donated $1 million to Puget Sound’s COVID-19 Response Fund.

American Cancer Society

Response
Offering a resource center for cancer patients and caregivers.

Burger King

Response
Offering free delivery and two free kids meals with a purchase.

 
Mars

Relief
Donating $20 million to support the people, pets, and communities most affected by COVID-19.

Brooks Brothers

Redeployment
Producing medical masks and gowns at its New York, Massachusetts, and North Carolina factories.

JPMorgan Chase

Relief
Committing $50 million to address the immediate public health and long-term economic challenges.

The Humane Society of the U.S.

Response
Offering a toolkit for animal shelters and is in close contact with shelter and rescue partners.

 
Visa

Relief
Committing $210 million to support small and micro businesses and immediate COVID-19 emergency relief.

Ace Hardware

Response
Hiring more than 30,000 people across the United States to further support the communities they serve.

Feed the Children

Response
Providing food to children and families in poverty, now in even more dire circumstances due to COVID-19.

Allstate

Relief
Announced more than $600 million paybacks occurring during April and May for its auto insurance customers.

 
Boehringer Ingelheim Pharmaceuticals, Inc.

Relief
Committing $500,000 to the American Thoracic Society (ATS) and its COVID-19 Crisis Fund to help health care professionals on the frontlines of the outbreak among its many global support programs.

Carhartt

Redeployment
Joining the effort to supply the brave men and women working on the front lines with the gowns and masks they need to protect themselves by producing 50,000 medical gowns and 2.5 million masks.

Penguin Random House

Relief
Donating 750,000 books to the nonprofit First Book, which provides books and educational resources to children who lack tech access and are at risk during school and child care facility closures.

Advance Auto Parts, Inc.

Relief
Sourced 150,000 N95 respiratory masks from one of our vendors to be delivered to health care workers in hot spots like Chicago and Miami, and to Raleigh, NC where our Advance headquarters is located.

 
Merck & Co.

Response
Committing $3 million to help health systems better meet the needs of pregnant women before, during, and following delivery while tackling COVID-19 and provided 800,000 surgical face masks for use as part of urgent efforts to address the outbreak.

Michael Kors

Relief
Donating $2 million to support two of NYC’s largest hospital systems—NYU Langone Health and NewYork-Presbyterian Hospital and provide assistance to @GodsLoveNYC, a local nonprofit delivering nutritious meals to people living with severe illnesses.

The Save Mart Companies

Response
Donated a truckload of high demand foods to help provide breakfast and lunch to school children who do not have access to school meals and is dedicating special shopping hours for first responders as a way to assist and thank them for their service.

Walmart

Relief
Committing $25 million to supporting organizations and is working with Feeding America to launch “Fight Hunger. Spark Change.” Through online donations, much-needed funds go directly to Feeding America and its nationwide network of local food banks.

 
Dotdigital

Response
Offering free sub-accounts (child accounts) and 10,000 email sends to existing customers, complete with landing pages, forms, and SMS modules.

YMCA

Response
Providing food for children affected by school closures at 504 of its 2,600 locations, while 672 locations are providing emergency child care.

General Mills

Relief
Donating $5 million in charitable gifts to ensure the most vulnerable children have access to meals amid school and community program closures.

PepsiCo

Relief
Distributing approximately 20 million nutritious meals through The PepsiCo Foundation’s Food for Good program, in partnership with No Kid Hungry.

 
BNY Mellon

Relief
Made donations to the hardest-hit areas in support of global public health infrastructure through nonprofit partners and is making a 2:1 match for employee donations, up to $10,000 per employee and up to $1 million total.

Allianz Life Insurance Company of North America

Relief
Contributing $150,000 to three partner organizations in our community that are on the front lines helping those in need and also giving a $20,000 emergency grant to support Metro Meals on Wheels across the Twin Cities area.

Nestlé

Relief
Partnering with the International Federation of the Red Cross to donate food, medical nutrition products, and bottled water and deploying available logistics capacities to support the needs of the IFRC in various countries.

American Honda Motor Co.

Relief
Made a $1 million commitment to nonprofit organizations in North America that are helping feed the most vulnerable, donating N95 face masks and other personal protective equipment to support front-line health care providers.

 
IBM

Relief
Donated 15,000 face masks.

Church

Response
Offering free delivery through GrubHub

3M

Response
Doubling its global output of N95 respirators.

Taco Bell

Relief
Donating $1 million to No Kid Hungry Foundation.

 
Stop & Shop

Response
Providing exclusive access to customers who are older or more susceptible to COVID-19 for the first 90 minutes of operation each day.

Molson Coors

Relief
Giving $1 million to the U.S. Bartenders’ Guild to support bartenders and other industry professionals affected by the COVID-19 pandemic.

The J. M. Smucker Co.

Relief
Donating $300,000 in total to the Red Cross, Feeding America, and the United Way to support coronavirus relief efforts for people and pets.

Siemens

Response
Supporting the rapid design and development of health care infrastructure and increasing manufacturing capacity to address supply shortages.

 
Marriott

Response
Launched Rooms for Responders in collaboration with American Express and JPMorgan Chase to provide up to $10 million worth of hotel stays at no cost to front-line health care workers (about 100,000 room nights) in some of the hardest-hit cities.

Chick-fil-A, Inc.

Response
Established a $10.8 million fund to distribute with the intent to have an immediate impact on the needs of local communities, including food donations or items to first responders, health care workers, Chick-fil-A Team Members and their families.

BIC USA Inc.

Response
Manufacturing personal protective equipment (PPE) for health care workers and is donating more than $1.5 Million of pens, coloring products, other writing instruments, and razors to support local communities, hospitals, children and the homeless.

Colgate

Response
Committed to provide $20 million in health and hygiene products to community-based organizations that have the infrastructure to distribute to those most in need in local communities and making and donating 25 million soap bars to global agencies.

 
Feeding America

Response
Offering a COVID-19 Response Fund that is helping to ensure food banks across the country can feed those in need right now, including the children who rely on school meals to eat.

Movable Ink

Response
Offering its Critical Messages app for free the rest of the year to help brand clients place timely messages in their emails even after the messages are in the recipient’s inbox.

Deere & Co.

Redeployment
Has 25,000 face shields in the initial stages of production and has ordered materials and supplies to produce an additional 200,000 face shields to donate to health care facilities.

Mitsubishi Motor Sales of America, Inc.

Relief
Reimbursing their dealer partners for 100% of their expenses related to COVID-19 supplies and support including masks, gloves and additional cleaning supplies to keep their staff safe.

 
The Clorox Company

Relief
Making a wide-ranging series of grants to Direct Relief, CDC Foundation Emergency Response Fund, and the American Red Cross, totaling $5 million, which will specifically go toward “care for the caregivers.”

Cotton, Inc.

Response
Redirected PPE supplies from its laboratories and donated cotton fabric that was sewn into masks to help local hospitals and created commercials that encouraged people to Stay Home. Stay Safe. Stay Comfortable.

IKEA North America

Relief
donating products and supplies valued at $1.6 million to support relief efforts across the U.S. and contributing $1 million worth of product to the American Red Cross, Departments of Health and local nonprofits.

GE

Response
Increased manufacturing capacity and output of equipment, including CTs, ultrasound devices, mobile X-ray systems, patient monitors, and ventilators, and is working with Ford to scale the production of ventilators.

 
American Heart Association

Response
Offering a resource center for heart patients and others at high risk.

Pernod-Ricard

Redeployment
Converted its operations to produce large quantities of hand sanitizer.

The National Geographic Society

Relief
Created an emergency fund for reporters worldwide covering the pandemic.

Arthritis Foundation

Response
Offering a COVID-19 resource center for people suffering from arthritis.

 

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