April 29, 2021
April 29, 2021
See below for a look at our partners' recovery efforts
As part of our response to COVID-19, Amazon Web Services (AWS) is providing highly scalable and reliable infrastructure capacity, technical support, and AWS services to help customers with their research, remote work and learning, and other solutions to address their needs and the effects this is having on communities and businesses. To learn more about AWS initiatives, remote work solutions, distance learning, virtual contact centers and more, please visit: aws.amazon.com/covid-19
Bridgestone has helped remove barriers to getting COVID-19 vaccines by offering a $100 support payment to any of its 33,000+ U.S. employees who choose to vaccinate, and has also organized vaccination events for several of its manufacturing sites.
Campbell’s has a longtime commitment to strengthening and empowering our hometown communities. See how we’re increasing access to healthy food, encouraging healthy living and nurturing Campbell neighborhoods.
Together, New York Life Foundation and Cigna Foundation created the Brave of Heart Fund at E4E Relief, dedicated to providing charitable grants to families of health care workers and health care volunteers who lost their lives to COVID-19. Visit braveofheartfund.com or share with someone you know who may benefit.
When the pandemic first shut down businesses, schools, and society, Cisco immediately sought to address the needs of the most vulnerable, providing more than $53 million to nonprofits worldwide. A year later, Cisco technologies are ensuring the safe and secure administration of vaccines for all, fueling economic recovery and growth, and getting people safely back to work and school.
DraftKings #DKRally, in working with United Way’s COVID-19 Community Response and Recovery Fund, provided financial support and addressed local community needs.
Extreme Networks is partnered with United Way to provide in-need school systems, corporate partners, and local governments with Wi-Fi and hardware access as well as the guidance they need to best leverage it. Extreme provides the technology and expertise while United Way facilitates relationships with in-need communities, working together to help close the global digital divide.
FedEx continues to make critical connections around the globe during the coronavirus outbreak, delivering help to people and communities in need including delivering over 100 million vaccine doses in the U.S.
Ford face shields have helped protect Americans in all 50 U.S. states and Puerto Rico, with 120-million masks donated to at-risk communities, schools and first responders.
GENYOUth’s COVID-19 Emergency School Meal Delivery Fund is helping to feed the 1 in 4 U.S. kids who go to bed hungry ever day in the U.S. For Schools’ Sake donate at www.genyouthnow.org/donate or text SCHOOLS to 20222 to donate $25. Help us feed our nation’s kids TODAY!
One year ago, Intel launched the Pandemic Response Technology Initiative (PRTI), a $50 million commitment to use technology to combat the effects of COVID-19. PRTI work now includes 230 projects spread across 170 organizations leveraging Intel technology.
Lowe’s is committed to helping communities where our associates live and work – especially during a pandemic. We’ve invested nearly $1.3 billion in COVID-19 related support nationwide.
In addition to providing $10 million worth of hotel stays to healthcare professionals leading the fight against COVID-19, Marriott Bonvoy’s Community Caregiver program provides significantly discounted hotel rates for first responders and healthcare professionals who want to book rooms in close proximity to their hospitals.
Mars Inc. has committed an initial cash and in-kind donation of $20 million — and now totaling over $26M — to support the people, pets and communities most affected by COVID-19.
Microsoft and its work to help individuals, organizations and communities in a time of unprecedented challenges.
COVID relief grants made through the Nationwide Foundation provided shelter or stable housing for more than 9,300 families and more than 28,000 individuals in communities across the country.
Oakley and its parent company Luxottica donated more than 15,000 pairs of protective eyewear and around 1 million masks to hospitals, local communities and partners around the world.
P&G is stepping up as a force for good in service to families and communities with trusted brands that help people clean and take care of their personal health and hygiene.
PepsiCo is investing more than $45M globally to fund support including protective gear for healthcare workers, testing and screening services, and distributing more than 50 mil. as part of its #GiveMealsGiveHope initiative
Pizza Hut has a long history of supporting education and literacy. First Book, Pizza Hut’s primary non-profit partner, has provided millions of books to schools, shelters, and critical programs affected by COVID-19.
Postmates teamed up with the NFL and local merchants to support front line healthcare workers and fight food insecurity across the 30 cities that the 32 NFL teams call home.
Rocket Mortgage and the Rock Family of Companies marshaled their arsenal of resources to benefit organizations in their hometown of Detroit that are fighting COVID-19, and launched the Changing the Course initiative to bridge the digital divide for all the city's residents.
Last year, Sleep Number Corporation announced a partnership with Make-A-Wish ® to give the gift of quality sleep to children battling critical illnesses. With wishes involving travel and meet and greets being halted due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, Make-A-Wish saw an increase in room makeover wishes which is where Sleep Number came in by gifting Sleep Number 360® smart beds to these wish kids. Through their work and aligned mission of improving lives, Sleep Number has been able to help wish kids like Isaiah find comfort as they shelter-in-place.
USAA has returned more than $1 billion to members through auto dividends, donated more than $47 million to support relief efforts for military families and local communities impacted by COVID, and continues to provide assistance for members facing financial challenges.
Visa is dedicated to helping our local businesses continue to recover and thrive. Whether you are a consumer looking to support a local business or a small business looking to accept contactless or digital payment, Visa provides valuable resources on how to handle the new normal.