Businesses donate over $141 million to Harvey relief efforts

Kaya Yurieff | 9/2/2017, 6 a.m.
Corporate giants are making big contributions to disaster relief organizations to help victims of Tropical Storm Harvey.
Locals, out-of-town helpers and officials banded together to rescue people in the upscale neighborhood of Grand Lakes in Katy, Texas, this week. CNN iReport

Albertsons: The food and drug retailer is matching the first $200,000 donated by its customers in stores and online.

Allergan: The Allergan Foundation on Monday said it will donate $100,000 to the Red Cross to support victims of Harvey.

Allstate: Allstate and the Allstate Foundation have pledged $1.5 million to Harvey relief. The company is also matching employee and agency owner contributions.

Amazon: Amazon and Whole Foods matched $1 mllion in cash donations made on Amazon.com to the Red Cross Hurricane Harvey Relief.

Ameren: The power company is giving $25,000 to the Red Cross.

American Express: American Express is donating $150,000 to the Red Cross. It will match up to $100,000 in employee donations to the Red Cross.

Amgen: Amgen, a biopharmaceutical company, is donating $80,000 to Direct Relief International and $20,000 to the American Kidney Fund's Disaster Relief Program to help dialysis patients impacted by the storm. The company will also match employee donations.

Anadarko: The company donated $1 million to Greater United Way Disaster Relief Fund.

Andersen: The manufacturer of windows and doors is making a $50,000 donation to the Red Cross. It will also match up to $25,000 in employee contributions. The company is also giving $100,000 worth of windows and doors to Houston Habitat for Humanity to help with rebuilding efforts.

Apple: The tech giant made a $2 million donation to the Red Cross over the weekend, an Apple spokeswoman told CNNMoney. Apple will also match employee donations 2 to 1. Users can donate to the Red Cross through iTunes or on the App Store. The company has helped raise more than $1 million over the past few days, according to an employee email obtained by CNN.

AT&T: AT&T is contributing $350,000 to help communities following the storm, including $100,000 to the Greater Houston Community Fund, $100,000 to the Red Cross Hurricane Harvey Fund and $50,000 to the Coastal Bend Community Foundation in South Texas.

The AT&T Foundation will match employee donations up to $50,000 each to Team Rubicon and to the AT&T Employee Disaster Relief Fund, which supports employees who live in the areas affected by the storm. (AT&T is acquiring Time Warner, the parent company of CNN.)

Avangrid: The energy and utility company will contribute $50,000 to Red Cross Disaster Relief through its foundation.

Bank of America: The Bank of America Charitable Foundation is donating $1 million to support Harvey relief efforts, including a $250,000 donation to the Red Cross. The remainder of the funds will be allocated as the company learns more about recovery needs, a spokesperson told CNNMoney.

Bank of America will also match employee donations of $1 or more until September 30. Its usual gift match minimum is $25.

Bayer: Bayer told CNNMoney it is donating $100,000 each to the Red Cross and nonprofit Direct Relief.

BB&T: Bank BB&T is giving $100,000 to the Red Cross of Greater Houston in Texas.

BBVA Compass: BBVA Compass' foundation will contribute $250,000 to the Red Cross and the Hurricane Harvey Relief Fund. The bank also aims to raise up to $250,000, both online and at its branches, from employees and customers for those organizations.