NYSE Community Supports Relief Efforts

We are proud to be part of a network of great companies that are doing great things to help those impacted by Hurricane Harvey. Here are some examples of how NYSE-listed companies are stepping up:

  • Anheuser-Busch (NYSE:BUD) turned its beer production facility in Georgia into an emergency water production facility, producing more than 155,000 cans of drinking water for Louisiana and Texas citizens impacted by the hurricane.
  • The Aetna Foundation (NYSE:AET) donated $100,000 to both the American Red Cross and the Community Foundation of Greater Houston, as well as $50,000 to nonprofit Team Rubicon.
  • The Allergan Foundation (NYSE:AGN) contributed $100,000 to the Red Cross.
  • AT&T (NYSE:T) donated $100,000 to the Greater Houston Community Fund, $100,000 to the American Red Cross Hurricane Harvey Fund and $50,000 to the Coastal Bend Community Foundation in South Texas.
  • Bank of America Charitable Foundation (NYSE:BAC) donated $1 million to support Harvey relief efforts.
  • BB&T Corporation (NYSE:BBT) gave $100,000 to the Red Cross of Greater Houston in Texas.
  • BBVA (NYSE: BBVA) Compass Foundation donated $250,000 to the American Red Cross and the Hurricane Harvey Relief Fund to aid disaster recovery efforts in Texas. The bank also plans to raise, online and at its branches, up to $250,000 in employee and customer contributions to the two organizations for a total contribution of up to $500,000.
  • BHP Billiton Foundation (NYSE:BHP and BBL) donated $1.25 million to the American Red Cross to assist with local relief efforts.
  • BNY Mellon (NYSE:BNY) is providing a $100,000 donation to the Hurricane Harvey Fund of the American Red Cross in support of immediate relief efforts. Employee donations to the Hurricane Harvey Fund of the American Red Cross or other approved non-profit organizations providing disaster relief support will be matched 50% by the company and will be used to support disaster relief efforts in hardest-hit communities in Texas.
  • Boeing (NYSE:BA) contributed $1M to Harvey Recovery and Relief. The company will also match qualifying employee contributions made to American Red Cross for Hurricane Harvey relief.
  • BP (NYSE:BP) and the BP Foundation have donated $750,000 to support flood relief efforts in Houston and surrounding Texas communities. The contribution will be split equally among the Red Cross, the Community Foundation of Greater Houston and the United Way of Greater Houston. The company is matching employee contributions. BP also donated 100,000 gallons of gasoline to Harris County’s Office of Emergency Management and the City of Houston in support of first responders in the Houston area. The gasoline donation follows a previous 100,000 gallons of fuel donated to first responders in the Houston area.
  • Carnival Corporation (NYSE:CCL), Carnival Cruise Line and Chairman Micky Arison’s Family Foundation is donating $2 million to benefit key relief organizations. To help generate additional relief funds, guests sailing on certain Carnival Cruise Line cruises will have the option to make a donation when they check in for their cruise, while the corporation's brands and employees will be participating as well.
  • Caterpillar (NYSE:CAT) donated $300,000 to American Red Cross Efforts in Texas. Caterpillar has also begun sending power generation equipment from other parts of the country to the storm-ravaged areas and started staging equipment and manpower for the clean-up efforts that will soon come.
  • Cheniere Energy (NYSE American:LNG) made a $1 million donation to the Red Cross.
  • Chevron (NYSE:CVX) donated $1 million to the Red Cross. The company is also matching donations made to relief efforts by its employees and retirees
  • Cigna (NYSE:CI) and Cigna Foundation contributed $100,000 to the Red Cross. Employees can also request matching funds for their donations to the Red Cross.
  • Citi (NYSE:C) donated $1 million to the Red Cross. This contribution is in addition to the Citi Foundation's annual $500,000 grant to the Red Cross to support its Annual Disaster Giving Program.
  • Coach Foundation (NYSE:COH) committed $200,000 to the Red Cross and will also match employee contributions.
  • Conduent Foundation (NYSE:CNDT) donated $100,000 to the American Red Cross for Hurricane Harvey relief efforts.
  • ConocoPhillips made two donations to assist and support Hurricane Harvey relief efforts and Gulf Coast-Area communities. The company contributed $2.5 million to the American Red Cross and $2.5 million to the United Way of Greater Houston. ConocoPhillips has also taken actions to address employee needs and support their individual outreach efforts, including matching employees’ and retirees’ personal donations to eligible relief organizations.
  • Dell Technologies Inc. (NYSE: DVMT) announced through the Michael & Susan Dell Foundation, that it has launched the Rebuild Texas Fund, with the goal of raising over $100 million in charitable donations for longer term recovery and rebuilding of our communities, in addition to helping with immediate relief efforts. Susan and Michael Dell committed $36 million to this important work, by giving half this amount to launch the fund, and by starting a matching campaign that will be in place until September 4. During the campaign, they will match $1 for every $2 that is donated.
  • Digital Realty (NYSE: DLR) announced that it will be making a contribution to the hurricane relief efforts, and will match contributions from Digital Realty employees through the company's Matching Gifts Program.
  • Dollar General (NYSE:DG) offered a $50,000 donation to the American Red Cross. Now through September 9, the company is also collecting donations to benefit American Red Cross Hurricane Harvey Relief in more than 14,000 locations across the 44 states it serves.
  • ExxonMobil (NYSE:XOM) donated $500,000 to Red Crosses across the Gulf Coast and $500,000 to the United Way of Greater Houston
  • Dow Chemical Company Foundation (NYSE:DOW) provided $1 million in donations, including $100,000 to the American Red Cross Disaster Relief Fund, $100,000 to Team Rubicon and $200,000 to other local nonprofit organizations.
  • FedEx (NYSE:FDX) in collaboration with FedEx Cares, committed $1 million in cash and transportation support to deliver critical medical aid and supplies in the wake of Hurricane Harvey.  FedEx working with organizations, including American Red Cross, Direct Relief, Heart to Heart International, Salvation Army and Team Rubicon.
  • The Ford Motor Company Fund (NYSE:F) committed $100,000 to disaster relief efforts in Texas. It will also match up to $50,000 in contributions to the Red Cross.
  • Gap Inc (NYSE:GPS) and Gap Foundation have given $1 million, including a cash grant from Gap Foundation, donations from Gap Inc. brands towards critical clothing needs identified by on-the-ground relief organizations, and employee-matched donations. So far, Gap Inc. employees have raised $50,000 in employee-matched funds for relief efforts.
  • GE Foundation (NYSE:GE) donated $500,000 to the Red Cross, and will also match employee donations to participating disaster relief organizations.
  • HCA Healthcare (NYSE:HCA) donated $1 million to the American Red Cross and will match employees’ donations to the HCA Hope Fund, the company’s employee assistance nonprofit organization, up to $1 million.
  • Home Depot (NYSE:HD) shipped 500 truckloads of supplies to the area and The Home Depot Foundation has committed $1 million to the relief efforts in Texas and Louisiana. In addition, we’ve issued $250,000 in associate relief grants (with many more to come) and we’re mobilizing our army of Team Depot volunteers to help in the cleanup effort.
  • Howard Hughes Corporation (NYSE: HHC)has partnered with United Way to create a disaster relief fund with all employee donations being matched two times by the company and all donations going directly toward the United Way of Houston Hurricane Harvey relief efforts. HHC will continue to provide volunteer services for the long-term as the Houston community has a long road to recovery. The company's three hotels in the Houston area have taken in linemen from the energy companies who are working to restore power to the Greater Houston region, as well as HHC employees, tenants’ employees, and as many Houston community members needing shelter as possible.
  • The Humana Foundation (NYSE:HUM) gave a $250,000 immediate grant to the Red Cross.
  • Huntington Ingalls (NYSE:HII) donated $50,000 to the American Red Cross and they have set up an employee donation microsite for further contributions.
  • Huntsman Corporation (NYSE: HUN) the Huntsman Family Foundation and the Huntsman family donated more than $10 million to Hurricane Harvey relief efforts in Southeast Texas.
  • IBM (NYSE:IBM) is donating $2 million in cash and in-kind technology and services to support the Red Cross and small businesses.
  • Intercontinental Exchange (NYSE:ICE) made a $1 million donation to the Red Cross and is also matching employee donations to the Red Cross.
  • Jacobs Engineering Group Inc (NYSE: JEC) donated $25,000 to the American Red Cross to support Hurricane Harvey recovery efforts.
  • J.Jill (NYSE:JILL) Compassion Foundation donated to The American Red Cross of $50,000, and pledged to match associates’ donations up to an additional $50,000
  • JPMorgan Chase (NYSE:JPM) provided $1 million to the Red Cross and other nonprofit groups providing immediate relief. The firm is also matching employee donations to these organizations.
  • Kellogg Company (NYSE:K) contributed disaster relief in form of $100,000, plus more than a million servings of Kellogg's Rice Krispies® cereal, Kellogg's Corn Pops® cereal, Pop-Tarts®, Kellogg's Nutri-Grain® cereal bars, Kellogg's Rice Krispies Treats®, Cheez-It®, Bear Naked® granola and various cookie and cracker varieties to the Houston Food Bank. This food bank is part of the Feeding America network.
  • Kindred Healthcare, Inc. (NYSE:KND) made a $50,000 donation to the American Red Cross.
  • Kroger Co Foundation (NYSE:KR) gave a $100,000 commitment to the Houston Food Bank. For every social share of the #KrogerCares post, the Foundation will donate $5 to the Food Bank, up to $100,000, to supply operational support and meals to families affected by the floods. In addition donations will be accepted at special-marketed coin boxes located at the checkstands in all Ralphs and Food 4 Less stores in Southern California, as well as at the company's 21 Foods Co stores in Central and Northern California, and at 14 Food 4 Less stores serving the greater Chicago, Illinois area until September 9.  All monies collected will be forwarded directly to the American Red Cross for relief efforts.
  • Lowe’s (NYSE:LOW) donated $500,000 to the American Red Cross, and has pledged to expedite clean-up and recovery supplies to its stores in Texas, including generators, bottled water, gas cans, chainsaws, water removal equipment, shovels, rakes and other gear.
  • LyondellBasell (NYSE:LYB) donated $200,000 to the American Red Cross Texas Gulf Coast Region for hurricane relief.
  • McDonald's Corporation(NYSE: MCD) announces that it will donate $1 million to the American Red Cross in support of the relief and recovery efforts for families impacted by Hurricane Harvey. In addition, the company announced a $250,000 employee matching program.
  • McKesson Corporation (NYSE: MCK) and the McKesson Foundation made a donation of $100,000 to Direct Relief for disaster relief services and provided $150,000 of medical supplies to the relief effort through World. Employees also gave more than $25,000 in donations that have generated another $25,000 in McKesson matching donations.
  • PepsiCo (NYSE:PEP) and the PepsiCo Foundation gave a $1 million grant to the Red Cross. The company is also offering a significant product donation.
  • Phillips 66 (NYSE:PSX) contributed $1 million to the American Red Cross to assist relief efforts.
  • PNC (NYSE: PNC) Foundation donated $250,000 to the American Red Cross and is matching PNC employee contributions to the American Red Cross that support the Hurricane Harvey relief effort, up to a total of $100,000.
  • Procter & Gamble (NYSE:PG) is collectively providing $500,000 in products and services like the Tide Loads of Hope to residents and first responders affected by Hurricane Harvey. In addition, P&G has opened a matching disaster relief fund for employees where donations will be matched up to $100,000 by the P&G Fund supporting the American Red Cross, Americares and Save the Children.
  • Regions Bank (NYSE:RF) gave $100,000 to the United Way of Greater Houston’s Flood Relief Fund and a relief program to assist Regions associates directly affected by the flooding
  • Royal Dutch Shell (NYSE:RDS) and Shell Midstream Partners (NYSE:SHLX) made a $1 million contribution to American Red Cross for the Hurricane Harvey disaster relief fund.
  • Sealed Air (NYSE:SEE) made a $100,000 donation to the Red Cross. The company will also match employee contributions up to $25,000.
  • Sempra Energy (NYSE: SRE) Foundation Monday pledged $150,000 in disaster-relief assistance funds to help Hurricane Harvey victims.
  • The Sempra Energy Foundation (NYSE:SRE) contributed $75,000 each to the Red Cross Hurricane Harvey Relief Fund and nonprofit Americares. The foundation will also match up to $50,000 in employee donations.
  • Southern Company Charitable Foundation (NYSE:SO) contributed $100,000 to the American Red Cross and will match employee donations to the American Red Cross, up to $50,000.
  • Stanley Black & Decker (NYSE:SWK) announced a commitment of up to $125,000 for immediate disaster relief, including a $50,000 donation to the Red Cross and $25,000 to the Houston ToolBank. It will also match employee donations 2 to 1.
  • Statoil (NYSE: STO) donated $250,000 to the American Red Cross to support relief efforts.
  • The SunTrust Foundation (NYSE:STI) announced a $100,000 grant to the Red Cross.
  • Target (NYSE:TGT) donated $500,000 and has its distribution and supply chain teams working quickly to replenish impacted stores, and is also holding products at its distribution facilities so it can quickly push them out to stores when roads clear.
  • TE Connectivity (NYSE: TE) donated $75,000 to the American Red Cross for Hurricane Harvey relief efforts and the company is matching employees’ donations dollar per dollar.
  • TechnipFMC (NYSE: FTI) donated $1 million to the United Way of Greater Houston to support the relief efforts in Houston and Gulf Coast communities.
  • Toyota Motor North America (NYSE:TM) is partnering with Toyota Financial Services The Friedkin Group, Gulf States Toyota and Toyota and Lexus dealers nationwide, to provide a combined relief effort of over $3 million. The group’s relief efforts include funds to organizations such as the St. Bernard Project and American Red Cross, matching contributions, in-kind donations, volunteerism, and the donation of pre-owned vehicles.
  • TRI Pointe Group, Inc. (NYSE:TPH) made a $200,000 donation to the American Red Cross Hurricane Harvey relief efforts and quickly reopened the active selling communities at its Houston homebuilder brand. The company also established of “The Trendmaker Hurricane Harvey Assistance Fund”. The Trendmaker Fund will assist Trendmaker Homes team members impacted by the hurricane and is a company-wide fundraising effort in which TRI Pointe Group will match every employee dollar donated to the Trendmaker Fund through September 30, 2017.
  • UBS (NYSE: UBS) committed $250,000 to Habitat for Humanity, the Hurricane Harvey Relief Fund and Team Rubicon to aid recovery and rebuilding efforts. They’re also matching employee contributions of up to $1,000 per employee to five different organizations currently aiding in the relief.
  • Under Armour (NYSE:UAA) donated $50,000 to assist Team Rubicon in response to Harvey.
  • Union Pacific Railroad (NYSE: UNP) pledged $250,000 to support Hurricane Harvey relief efforts. The funds will be provided from a variety of company donations. The company is immediately donating $100,000 to the American Red Cross and $50,000 to Houston Mayor Sylvester Turner's Hurricane Harvey Relief Fund. Union Pacific will match contributions to its "Friend to Friend" employee support network through Sept. 30, dollar-for-dollar, up to $100,000. The company will also match donations made to a Disaster Relief Matching Gifts Program for Hurricane Harvey, where employees can provide funding directly to American Red Cross, Salvation Army and others.
  • United Airlines (NYSE:UAL) will be matching the first $100,000 raised and will also award up to 3 million total bonus miles to its loyalty program members who donate to the American Red Cross, AmeriCares, Airlink or Operation USA through the company's fundraising page.
  • UnitedHealthcare (NYSE:UNH) donated $1M to Texas Communities.  In addition, the company is pledging a 2:1 match for employee donations toward disaster-relief efforts, as well as providing incentives and support to those who volunteer and more importantly, the patients who need immediate assistance for medication, health support and more.
  • UPS (NYSE:UPS) made more than a $1 million pledge, through The UPS Foundation in support of recovery efforts in Texas and Louisiana following the devastation caused by Hurricane Harvey. The pledge is a combination of cash grants, in-kind transportation movements and technical expertise to provide urgent relief, as well as support for long-term needs ranging from rebuilding to personal and financial recovery assistance.
  • VISA (NYSE: V) contributed $250,000 to the American Red Cross and is double-match employee donations to the American Red Cross. In conjunction with its clients, Visa also will waive interchange fees on eligible donations made to the American Red Cross from August 25th through September 15th. Visa will also donate to the American Red Cross all revenue generated from these eligible contributions during this period.
  • Walmart (NYSE:WMT) pledged at least $1 million in cash, along with product donations equivalent to at least $1 million, to a number of relief organizations, including the American Red Cross, Salvation Army and Convoy of Hope.
  • Walt Disney Co. (NYSE: DIS) made a $1 million cash commitment to the American Red Cross to help those affected by the storm in Houston and other areas. The company will also match employees’ donations to the Red Cross and other qualified organizations. Walt Disney Co. also just completed its #DayofGiving with ABC Television Group.
  • Waste Management Inc. (NYSE: WM) donated $3 million in cash to Hurricane Harvey relief funds including Mayor Turner's Hurricane Harvey Relief Fund, the American Red Cross and other organizations across Texas.
  • Wells Fargo (NYSE: WFC) donated $1 million, including $500,000 to the American Red Cross Disaster Relief Fund, and an additional $500,000 to local nonprofits focused on recovery and relief efforts in Texas in the coming days and weeks.
  • Williams (NYSE: WMB) is contributing $500,000 to the United Way of Greater Houston's flood relief fund. As part of its corporate charitable giving program, Williams matches contributions made by its employees and its retirees.

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