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Companies are mobilizing their expertise, capabilities, and community resources to assist with the response to the tornadoes. Businesses have pledged more than $31.3 million 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.

(Last Update: 6/13/2013, 11:03am)

4 Wheel Parts

In the wake of devastating tornadoes in Oklahoma City and North Texas, prominent retailer of aftermarket parts for off-roading, 4 Wheel Parts, has launched a donation drive through the American Red Cross and has agreed to match donations up to $10,000. The 4 Wheel Parts store in Moore, Oklahoma was close to the tornado’s path.

Abbott

Abbott is working closely with longstanding relief organization partners AmeriCares, Direct Relief, Feeding America and MAP International to support local relief efforts in Oklahoma, including providing nutritional products and other supplies to food banks and free clinics in affected areas. Abbott continues to work with its trusted partners to closely monitor needs on the ground, and stands ready to provide additional assistance as needed in the days ahead.

Abuelo's

Abuelo’s Mexican restaurants hosted a benefit fundraiser in 12 of its restaurants on Wednesday, June 5 from 3 p.m. to closing to raise funds to help the residents and businesses of tornado-ravaged Moore, Okla. Additionally, Abuelo’s Taqueria, the company’s new fast-casual concept located in Lubbock, will also participate in the fundraiser on June 5. Each of the restaurants located throughout Oklahoma, Arkansas, Kansas, Missouri and Texas will donate 20% of food sales during the event to the American Red Cross.

Acteon North America

Acteon North America is teaming up with Anastasia Turchetta, RDH, and various dental companies to match contributions to help victims of the recent tornadoes in Oklahoma and the Midwest. To donate, text STORM to 80888 and make a $10 donation to the Salvation Army, then upload a screen shot of that text to the Acteon North America's Facebook page. The company will then match with an additional $5 donation to the Salvation Army.

Advanced Internet Technologies

Advanced Internet Technologies, Inc., a North Carolina company, will make a donation to the Red Cross Disaster Relief fund for every domain registration and renewal over the summer, through Labor Day, to help raise money to support the efforts of the Red Cross in Moore, Oklahoma.

AdvancePierre

AdvancePierre Foods, a leading supplier of value-added protein and handheld convenience meal items, donated more than 175,000 servings of burgers, meatballs, breakfast sandwiches, Philly-style steaks, peanut butter and jelly snacks and chicken strips to the Regional Food Bank of Oklahoma and The Salvation Army. The company also gave $10,000 to the American Red Cross to aid the recovery work and will match associate donations up to an additional $15,000.

Agri Star

Agri Star, the successor company to Agriprocessors, has donated 20,000 pounds (valued at more than $50,000) of meat products to Oklahoma tornado relief in partnership with the haredi chain of soup kitchens Masiba.

Alaska Structures Inc.

Alaska Structures Inc. donated 22 military-style portable structures to support the recovery efforts in Oklahoma. Alaska Structures managed the donation in partnership with AmeriCares, a non-profit disaster relief and humanitarian aid organization. Collectively, the structures provide 12,675 square feet of total floor space, with the provision of air-conditioning, lighting and electrical outlets. 

Allstate

The Allstate Foundation is making a $25,000 grant to a local organization to be determined by the Southwest Region. Additionally, a $25,000 employee and agency owner matching grant program will be established through the Giving Campaign. Allstater donations will go the American Red Cross and be matched dollar-for-dollar.

Ally Financial Inc.

Ally Financial will make a $10,000 donation to the American Red Cross in support of its Oklahoma tornado disaster relief efforts. Ally will also match contributions made by its employees nationwide to eligible nonprofit organizations.

Altura Credit Union

Altura Credit Union has presented a $10,000 check to the American Red Cross to assist with relief efforts for victims of the tornado that devastated Moore, Oklahoma on May 20, 2013. 

Ameren

Ameren Corporation and its employees are donating $25,000 to assist storm victims in Oklahoma and aid the American Red Cross with their relief efforts

American Airlines

American Airlines is encouraging customers to donate to the Red Cross Oklahoma relief efforts by making a cash donation, and it is rewarding members with a one-time award of 250 AAdvantage miles for a minimum donation of $50, or 500 miles for a donation of $100 or more. 

AmeriLife

Hundreds of Clearwater-based AmeriLife employees contributed to a storm recovery and relief project, raising more than $4,500 for the victims of last week’s widespread tornado devastation in central Oklahoma.

AMF Bowling Centers

AMF Bowling Centers hosted a nationwide event on Sunday, June 9 to raise funds for the American Red Cross. From noon to 6 p.m. on June 9, $5 from the purchase of every bowling session at all AMF centers was donated to the American Red Cross in support of their relief efforts for those affected by the recent tornadoes. Bowling sessions include shoe rental and individual center pricing can be found on the AMF website.

Amway

Amway and Perfect Water partnered to provide 323,472 (16.9 oz) bottles of water with a retail value of more than $600,000. Amway is working with longtime partner International Aid, based in Spring Lake, Michigan with years of experience in disaster relief and product distribution in the United States and around the world.

Andersen Corporate Foundation

The Andersen Corporate Foundation is donating $25,000 to the American Red Cross Disaster Relief to help the organization provide food, shelter and emotional support for those affected by the recent tornadoes that touched down in Oklahoma.

Anheuser-Busch

Anheuser-Busch is providing 2,156 cases of emergency drinking water — or 51,744 cans — for use by relief workers and residents affected by the tornado in Oklahoma City and its surrounding suburbs. Anheuser-Busch is working with the American Red Cross to get the water where it's most needed.  Additionally, the company has made a $25,000 donation to the Red Cross to assist in their relief efforts.

Apache Corporation

Apache Corp. has pledged $500,000 toward providing storm shelters and safe rooms for Oklahoma schools. Apache also pledged to match dollar-for-dollar the next $500,000 in donations to Shelter Oklamhoma Schools, a 501(c)3 organization created by Oklahoma State Reps. Jon Echols and Mark McBride to build storm shelters and safe rooms in existing Oklahoma schools.

Associa

Associa Cares, the philanthropic arm of Associa, has earmarked $100,000 to assist families affected by the devastation from the recent tornados in the Midwest.

ARAMARK

ARAMARK is making a recommendation to the ARAMARK Charitable Fund for a $50,000 contribution to the American Red Cross to support the Oklahoma Tornado relief efforts.

Arby's Foundation & King's Hawaiian

The Arby's Foundation and King's Hawaiian will be making a joint donation of $30,000 to the Regional Food Bank of Oklahoma. In addition to the donation, the Arby's Foundation event vehicle, fully equipped with a mobile kitchen, will be taking a side trip from its Hungry for Happiness tour to visit the region beginning July 3. Arby's and U.S. Beef employees will assist with rebuilding and will serve complimentary Arby's sandwiches to those volunteering or having been affected by the storms. 

Archer Daniels Midland Company

Archer Daniels Midland Company will make a $50,000 donation to the American Red Cross to help provide relief to those affected by the tornado in Oklahoma. The company is also matching all employee contributions of $25 or more to the American Red Cross.

Arizona Diamondbacks

The Arizona Diamondbacks have raised $57,000 to help the victims of the tornadoes that hit Moore, Okla. and Oklahoma City. The funds were raised via personal donations by D-backs players, an online auction with game-used and autographed items from D-backs players and a 50-50 raffle supported by D-backs wives. 

AT&T

AT&T committed $100,000 to the American Red Cross and is facilitating employee donations and volunteer efforts to support relief efforts. AT&T brought extra telecommunications resources to the area and will waive overage charges for impacted customers through June 30. AT&T subscribers can donate $10 to the Red Cross to help OK victims by texting REDCROSS to 90999.

AXA Financial

The AXA Foundation gives $250,000 annually as a contributing member of the Red Cross Disaster Responder Program. The AXA Foundation also supports our employees and financial professionals' efforts through our ongoing Disaster Matching Gifts Program. Matches made through this program do not count against the annual per employee maximum of out standard Matching Gifts Program.

Bank of America

The Bank of America Charitable Foundation is donating $500,000 to support relief efforts, including $150,000 to the American Red Cross and $100,000 to United Way of Central Oklahoma to assist with immediate needs and $250,000 to assist local and national organizations supporting longer-term rebuilding.

Bass Pro Shops

Bass Pro Shops shipped cases of water, batteries, headlamps, jerky and  ready-to-eat meals to Moore, OK to assist with the relief efforts. 

Belo Corp.

KREM 2 News, part of television company Belo Corp., teamed up with American Red Cross volunteers, Clear Channel personalities, and Dutch Bros Coffee employees on Wednesday, May 22nd to collect money for victims of the Moore, Oklahoma tornado. The “KREM Cares: Help 2 Oklahoma” fundraiser collected $10,000 from KREM 2 viewers.  Donations were collected at nine locations around Spokane, WA and Coeur d’Alene, ID.

Best Buy Company

Best Buy Company has placed charging stations in the parking lot of its store in Moore through a partnership with Verizon Wireless and AT&T so that residents without power to charge their devices. Best Buy is also going to donate products and Geek Squad services to shelters and schools in the Moore area.

Blue Cross Blue Shield of Oklahoma

Blue Cross Blue Shield of Oklahoma donated $25,000 plus free tetanus shots to the relief efforts.

Blue Runner Foods

Blue Runner Foods (based in Gonzales, LA) is donating 1,200 cases of beans to feed up to 65,000 people.

BMO Financial Group

BMO Financial Group pledged $25,000 to the American Red Cross for its tornado disaster relief efforts in Oklahoma. 

BOK Financial

BOK Financial, parent of Bank of Oklahoma, donated $50,000 to the Red Cross's Central Oklahoma Chapter.

Books-A-Million, Inc.

Books-A-Million, Inc. is collecting donations to support The Salvation Army’s tornado relief efforts in Moore, Oklahoma. Customers will be able to make donations at all Books-A-Million’s 253 locations, as well as through the company’s website. Currently Books-A-Million has raised more than $86,000 through this campaign. 

BP Foundation

The BP Foundation intends to donate $200,000 to the Oklahoma Red Cross to provide assistance in response to the massive tornado that struck parts of Oklahoma City and its suburbs. The $200,000 donation - along with support provided by the BP Foundation Employee Matching Program - will assist with emergency meals, shelter and medical care.

Breedlove

Breedlove donated 3 boxes of their dehydrated food, the equivalent of 900 meals. 

Bryant Bank

Bryant Bank and Nucor Steel Tuscaloosa established the Oklahoma Tornado Relief Fund and raised $40,000 for the Oklahoma Tornado victims ($10,000 matching donation by Nucor Steel). Donations were accepted at the Bryant Bank branches and online through Bryantbank.com. The total donation amount will be placed onto 400 $100 gift cards and hand-delivered to the tornado victims by a team of Nucor Steel employees. Gift cards will be delivered June 10-14.

Build-A-Bear Workshop

Build-A-Bear Workshop is inviting its guests to share the hug of a teddy bear through several initiatives. Nationally, guests can donate $1 or more to the American Red Cross at Build-A-Bear Workshop stores or online at buildabear.com. In Oklahoma City and Tulsa, Guests can make bears for local children affected by the tornado. Additionally, the Build-A-Bear Workshop Foundation has contributed $2,500 to DonorsChoose.org for a specially directed teacher program to rebuild the schools in Oklahoma that were hit hardest by the storm and replenish classroom supplies.

C&S Wholesale Grocers, Inc.

C&S Wholesale Grocers, Inc. has donated a tractor trailer load of high-quality, high-demand items as requested by Feeding America (its strategic national nonprofit partner) for the Regional Food Bank of Oklahoma City.

C Spire Wireless

C Spire Wireless is making it easy for its customers to donate to the Red Cross relief efforts for those affected by the Oklahoma tornadoes: customers can text the word "REDCROSS" to 90999 from their mobile device and their $10 donation will be added to their monthly bill. 

CA Technologies

CA Technologies will contribute $10,000 to support relief efforts by the American Red Cross and match personal donations made by its employees.

 Capital One

Capital One will match employee donations up to $50,000 to support the efforts of the American Red Cross. Capital One will also support customer donations through its No Hassle Giving site, providing them with access to a giving platform that enables 100% of their donation to go directly to the Red Cross in support of efforts to respond to this disaster.

Champs Chicken

Champs Chicken opened its 500th location in early June at the Choctaw Travel Plaza in Poteau, Okla. To mark its continuing commitment to the community, On June 7th, Champs Chicken donated 10% of all sales toward tornado relief efforts in Oklahoma.

Chesapeake Energy Corporation

The Chesapeake Energy Corporation intends to donate $1 million to the American Red Cross to benefit rescue and recovery efforts after the devastating tornado Monday in Moore, Oklahoma. The oil and gas company will also organize hundreds of employee volunteers to help with the relief efforts.

Chevron

Chevron Corporation contributed $500,000 to the American Red Cross for the relief efforts under way to assist victims of the tornadoes that recently struck Moore, Oklahoma. In addition, the company will match donations made to the relief effort by its employees and retirees.

Chrysler Group LLC

The Chrysler Foundation will provide $100,000 to First Response Team of America, a nonprofit disaster relief organization which assists local first responders with rescues and also provides help with cleanup efforts.

Chuck E. Cheese's

On Tuesday, June 4, all Oklahoma Chuck E. Cheese's Oklahoma locations donated 15& of the day's sales generated between 9 a.m. and 10 p.m. to American Red Cross disaster relief efforts. In addition to the fundraising event, Chuck E. Cheese's will also provide the MPS Foundation with family trips to Chuck E. Cheese's to give storm victims more than 300 large pizzas, 1,200 soft drinks and a supply of tokens for 9,000 game plays. Storm victims interested in a family trip to Chuck E. Cheese's can visit the Moore, Okla., branch of First American Bank at 2101 S. I-35 Frontage Road.

Cigna Foundation

Global health service company Cigna is taking temporary steps to assist people impacted by a devastating tornado in Oklahoma. From May 21-27, Cigna allowed customers in the affected area to refill prescriptions even if it would normally be too soon for a refill and Cigna also expanded its 24x7 telephone help line to provide personal assistance and support for all residents affected by the tornado. In addition, the Cigna Foundation made an immediate grant of $25,000 to the Red Cross Disaster Relief Fund, and will also match Cigna employee donations to the Red Cross. 

Cisco Systems

The Cisco Foundation will initially match up to a total of $50,000 for employee contributions to a disaster relief campaign at the American Red Cross US Disaster Relief, Regional Food Bank of Oklahoma, Central Oklahoma Habitat for Humanity, and Save the Children. 

Clearwater Paper Company

Clearwater Paper Company donated $10,000 to the KREM Cares: Help 2 Oklahoma fundraiser which collected money to benefit the American Red Cross Relief efforts. KREM 2 Is part of the television company Belo Corp.

The Clorox Company

The Clorox Company is a proud supporter of the American Red Cross Annual Disaster Giving Program, which supports the immediate response and relief efforts for victims of Oklahoma and Texas tornados and other disasters. Clorox is also providing needed products as requested (one truckload of bleach thus far and likely additional loads of bleach and Glad bags) and is enabling employees to make donations to Red Cross through a microsite link on the company intranet.

Coastal Mississippi Healthcare Foundation

Coastal Mississippi Healthcare Foundation, an affiliate of Singing River Health System, raised $15,000 in five days by setting up donation tables outside cafeterias at Singing River and Ocean Springs hospitals.  The money will be donated to medical employees of the Norman Regional Health System in south-central Oklahoma.

Comfort Inn & Suites Pottstown

In support of the victims of the recent tornadoes in Oklahoma, Comfort Inn & Suites Pottstown plans to donate $1 for every “like” on its Facebook page, up to $1,000. The money will be donated to the American Red Cross in Oklahoma City. 

Connecticut Sun

In an effort to help those devastated by the recent tornadoes in Oklahoma, the Connecticut Sun donated all proceeds from all tickets sold beginning on May 21st to its home opener on May 25th against the New York Liberty to the American Red Cross.

ConocoPhillips

ConocoPhillips will contribute contribute $1 million to the American Red Cross to support relief efforts following the recent tornadoes in Oklahoma. The company will also match donations from its employees.

Continental Resources, Inc.

Continental Resources, Inc. will donate $2.5 million to assist with the disaster relief effort following two days of devastating tornadoes in central Oklahoma. Continental is donating $1.0 million  to the American Red Cross Oklahoma Relief fund and plans to donate up to an additional $1.5 million to be allocated as community needs are assessed.

Cox Enterprises

Cox Enterprises, in partnership with The James M. Cox Foundation, announced $1 million in support to assist the relief and recovery efforts of the communities affected by the recent tornadoes in Oklahoma. The contribution includes a $500,000 cash donation to the American Red Cross and $500,000 of in-kind support, including public service announcements.

Crate Tech Inc.

Crate Tech Inc. is helping to facilitate donations of supplies for victims of the Moore, Okla., tornado. The Wichita-based company, which manufactures wooden and steel containers, sent a semi-truck load of supplies to Oklahoma on June 3.

Cummins Allison

Cummins Allison has joined the relief effort with a cash donation to the Salvation Army to be used in the rescue and recovery efforts to aid the victims of the devastating tornadoes that hit Moore, Oklahoma on May 20th. Cummins Allison will also match any donations made by individual employees.

CVS Caremark

The CVS Caremark Charitable Trust, a private foundation created by CVS Caremark, will donate $25,000 to the American Red Cross to support the organization's tornado relief efforts in Oklahoma and Texas. In addition, the Charitable Trust will match tornado relief donations to the Red Cross from CVS Caremark's employees up to an additional $25,000.

Devon Energy Corporation

Devon pledged $2.5 million toward tornado relief efforts. In addition, the company has contributed materials such as trash bags, flashlights, phone chargers, sanitizer, dust masks and more. Devon is also engaged in volunteer activities to support the relief efforts.

Dunkin' Donuts

From May 28 through June 28, participating Dunkin' Donuts restaurants in Oklahoma City and Dallas will collect donations from guests via in-store canisters to support American Red Cross disaster relief. In addition to the month-long collection program, Dunkin' Brands will make a $10,000 donation to the American Red Cross.

ecoATM

ecoATM, the company that allows consumers to recycle used mobile phones, tablets, and MP3 players for cash, now allows the option for users to donate the money they receive for recycling their old devices to the OK Strong Disaster Relief Fund. In addition, ecoATM will match all donations to the OK Strong Fund to benefit those most affected by the May 19 and 20 tornados in Oklahoma.

Edmond Hyundai

Edmond Hyundai has contributed $10,000 to the Plaza Tower Memorial Fund to assist in building storm shelters in every Oklahoma school. 

eFoods Direct

eFoods Direct reached out to their email list and provided a plan whereby people could send a supply of long-term storable and emergency food to the tornado victims. As a result, more than 14,000 servings of food have been donated to the Oklahoma Regional Food Bank and donations continue to pour in. 

Elmer's One Hour Air

Elmer’s One Hour Air, a San Antonio air conditioning and heating company, is pledging donations to the American Red Cross -- for the next several weeks, Elmer’s One Hour Air will donate every dollar from its $9 service calls to the American Red Cross Disaster Relief Fund.

Emerald Brand

Emerald Brand has donated $5,000 of emergency supplies to the Oklahoma Red Cross.

Emser Tile

Emser Tile, a designer and marketer of tile and natural stone products, has made a donation to the Red Cross Relief Fund for victims of the recent Oklahoma tornadoes. 

ExxonMobil

Following the tragic events in Oklahoma and the southwest United States, ExxonMobil has directed a $500,000 donation to the American Red Cross to support relief and recovery efforts.

Farmers Rice Milling Company

Farmers Rice Milling Company, based in Lake Charles, LA, is donating one ton of rice to the relief efforts. 

Fidelity

The Fidelity Lawton office raised $2,010 and the corporate office matched it for a combined $4,020 donation to tornado relief efforts in Moore. That amount is being matched in turn by CoBank, a cooperative bank serving Oklahoma and other states, for a total donation of $8,040 to nonprofit organizations involved in the humanitarian response to the tornadoes, including the Red Cross Oklahoma Spring Storms Fund.

Flotek Industries Inc.

Houston-based Flotek Industries Inc. plans to match funds pledged by employees, donating an initial combined contribution of about $250,000. Flotek has significant operations in Oklahoma.

Ford Motor Company

Ford Motor Company and its dealers are donating $400,000 to assist with relief efforts.  Ford Motor Company also is donating a Ford Transit Connect van to the American Red Cross for relief services and emergency preparedness education. Ford Motor Company Fund will match donations up to $250,000 from its employees, dealers and the public in support of relief efforts by the American Red Cross.

Georgia Pacific

Georgia-Pacific Naheola Mill, along with Georgia-Pacific facilities in Fort Smith, Ark., and Muskogee, Okla., sent six truckloads of bath tissue, paper towels, cups and plates and napkins to the affected areas of Moore and Shawnee, Oklahoma.

 GlaxoSmith-Kline

GlaxoSmithKline donated 2,000 doses of its Boostrix vaccine for tetanus through part of the company's long-standing partnership with Direct Relief.

GM Foundation

The General Motors Foundation pledged $500,000 to Habitat For Humanity, in order to assist the victims of the recent tornadoes in Texas. GM is also donating another $50,000 and a 2013 Chevy Silverado to Forgotten Harvest to assist with the organization’s “Help 4 Oklahoma” campaign to provide supplies for the Regional Food Bank of Oklahoma.

Gordmans, Inc.

Gordmans Inc., a Nebraska-based apparel and home décor retailer, held a cash donations campaign to benefit the American Red Cross Tornado Relief Efforts in Oklahoma City. From May 24-June 1, Gordmans’ guests in all of the company’s 86 stores across the country were invited to purchase “Helping Hands” for $1 each. Gordmans also donated $10,000 to the American Red Cross. 

Grainger

Grainger committed $25,000 to the American Red Cross 2013 Spring Storms disaster relief fund. The company will match all employee donations three-to-one through its Charitable Matching Gift Program. Locally, Grainger volunteers who are part of the American Red Cross Ready When the Time Comes program are helping to coordinate and distribute supplies.

Grand Canyon University Foundation

Grand Canyon University Foundation is lending a helping hand to victims of tornado-ravaged Oklahoma through a $10,000 donation to United Way of Central Oklahoma's May Tornadoes Relief Fund. Grand Canyon is a for-profit Christian university located in Arizona. 

Great Lakes Wine & Spirits

Beverage distributor Great Lakes Wines & Spirits, based in Highland Park, will deliver nearly 1,200 cases of bottled water to recovering Oklahoma communities.

H.E. Butt Grocery Co.

H.E. Butt Grocery Co. has donated $50,000 to the American Red Cross and is collecting donations for the victims of the recent tornadoes that tore through parts of North Texas. H-E-B customers will have an opportunity to add a donation to every purchase in increments of $1, $3 or $5. Customers may also elect to donate multiple increments and no purchase is necessary to make a donation.

Home Depot Foundation

The Home Depot Foundation has created a $1 million weather impact fund in response to the recent tornadoes in Oklahoma, and in expectation of future violent storms. In addition to funding, Team Depot, the Company's associate-led volunteer force, mobilized locally to help with relief and recovery efforts. The Home Depot Foundation also donated $20,000 to Feed The Children and $5,000 to the Central Oklahoma Humane Society for immediate relief efforts. The Foundation will also donate a minimum of 3,000 sackpacks with school supplies to the Moore Public School System prior to the beginning of the new school year.

Honda

Honda will donate $100,000 to the American Red Cross Disaster Relief Fund for use during relief and recovery efforts in areas affected by the recent tornadoes in the Midwest. The company will also donate Honda generators to local agencies to aid in relief efforts. American Honda Finance Corporation is also instituting measures to provide relief to customers directly affected by the storms, including loan payment extensions, late charge waivers and other services as appropriate.

Hormel Foods Corporation

Hormel Foods Corporation will donate donate three semitrailer loads of product to assist with tornado relief efforts in Oklahoma. The donation of 165,000 Hormel Compleats microwave meals will go to Feeding America food banks in Oklahoma City and its surrounding suburbs.

Houston Astros

The Astros Foundation raised funds for the Oklahoma tornado victims during the May 21-28 at Minute Maid Park via a silent auction, “Jerseys Off Their Backs.” During the that time, fans could bid on several of the current Astros players game-worn jerseys or make cash donations at the Astros Community Clubhouse.

Hubbell Power  Systems, Inc.

Hubbell Power Systems, Inc. donated $5,000 to the American Red Cross to help victims devastated by the tornado in Oklahoma. The company has also opened channels for its employees to offer monetary donations and relief supplies.

Hyatt

Hyatt is donating $50,000 to the American Red Cross for immediate support and long-term recovery for the affected communities. In addition, the company will matched the total donations from Hyatt guests through June 30, 2013, up to $25,000.

Hyundai Motor America

Hyundai Motor America has donated $200,000 to the American Red Cross in support of tornado relief efforts underway in Oklahoma.

IC Bus

IC Bus donated $10,000 to Moore Public Schools and more than 800 employees at the company's Tulsa, Okla., plant filled a donated school bus with essential supplies in response to an EF5 tornado that devastated the area on May 20.

Igloo

Igloo Products Corp. has donated a truckload of almost 800 coolers to the Moore First Baptist Church disaster relief effort in Moore, Oklahoma. The Igloo coolers will provide a temperature-stable environment for food and drink for the victims and crews working on the cleanup of the area. 

IHOP

During June 4-6 the three Fort Wayne, IN IHOP locations will accept customer cash donations to the American Red Cross to benefit the Oklahoma tornado victims. All three IHOPs also will give a portion of the proceeds on Thursday to the American Red Cross. In addition, some servers will give a portion of their tips to the American Red Cross.  

ING

ING donated $75,000 to AmeriCares to support relief for those affected by the recent Oklahoma tornado. Also ING has asked its employees to make donations to American Red Cross, AmeriCares or the charity of their choice and will match each gift up to $5,000.

Intel

To aid in immediate relief and recovery, the Intel Foundation is matching employee donations with a 1:1 match, up to $2,000 per employee, to help with the devastation caused by the tornado in Oklahoma.

J.Reneé

J.Reneé recently partnered with Soles4Souls, a non-profit that helps fight the devastating impact and perpetuation of poverty, by donating 125 pairs of women’s shoes to survivors in Oklahoma to help them rebuild their wardrobes.

Jackson Rancheria Casino Resort

The Jackson Rancheria Band of Miwuk Indians donated $10,000 to the American Red Cross Oklahoma Tornado Relief Fund to help aid the regions that have been devastated in the wake of the recent tornado. 

Jasco Products

Jasco is a supporter of a dollar-for-dollar matching grant made available up to $1 million, called the Crossings Community Church Oklahoma Tornado Challenge Grant Relief Fund.

Joe Foss Institute

Joe Foss Institute is awarding two $5,000 scholarships to two students with ties to the recent tornados. It is an essay based contest for the scholarships, and the scholarships will go toward Oklahoma State University tuition.

Johnson Controls

Johnson Controls is supporting recovery efforts with a $100,000 donation to the OK Strong Disaster Relief Fund.

JPMorgan Chase

JPMorgan Chase has donated up to $500,000, with grants of $350,000 and matching employee donations up to $150,000. The grants will be distributed to the American Red Cross, World Vision, Convey of Hope, and United Way of Central Oklahoma. Chase brought in six food trucks to serve breakfast, lunch and dinner in Moore on Saturday, June 1. Through June 4, Chase proactively waived Overdraft Protection Transfer, Extended Overdraft, Returned Item, Insufficient Funds and non-Chase ATM fees in the five counties around Oklahoma City. The bank also waived late and insufficient funds fees on credit cards, business and consumer loans, including mortgages, home-equity, auto and student loans.

Kellogg Company

Kellogg Company commited more than 640,000 servings of food to support disaster relief efforts following the tornado in Moore, Okla. Four semi-trailers of Kellogg's cereals and Keebler snacks were sent to Moore with more planned. Kellogg will also support the community through its Breakfasts for Better Days mobile disaster relief center, providing breakfasts to those in need. The mobile center was deployed by Kellogg’s Corporate Citizenship Fund, the charitable arm of Kellogg. 

Kia Motors America

Kia Motors America made a donation of $200,000 to the American Red Cross to assist with relief efforts and provide needed food and supplies to Moore and other communities affected by the devastating tornadoes.

Koch Industries, Inc.

Koch Industries, Inc. is making a $1 million donation to support relief efforts in Oklahoma following the devastating tornadoes. The donation will be split between the OK Strong Disaster Relief Fund and the American Red Cross and The Salvation Army. In addition, Georgia-Pacific, a Koch company, has donated six truckloads of products.

Kohl's Corp.

Kohl's Corp. will donate $250,000 to the American Red Cross to help tornado victims in the Moore, Okla. area.

Kroger

Kroger is accepting customer donations at all middle Tennessee and southern Kentucky Kroger locations to benefit the American Red Cross's relief efforts. Kroger will match donations made in its family of stores up to $50,000.

LaMar's

LaMar's, which has 27 stores in six states, is partnering with The Salvation Army to offer a free doughnut to each guest on June 7, with no purchase necessary. Salvation Army donation kettles are being placed in front of participating LaMar's locations and LaMar's stores are donating a portion of proceeds from the week's sales to The Salvation Army's relief efforts for tornado victims in Oklahoma.

Land O'Lakes

Land O'Lakes, Minnesota-based agriculture and dairy cooperative, is donating 40,000 pounds of macaroni and cheese to the Regional Food Bank in Oklahoma. The donation is part of the company's First Run program, which donates truckloads of products across the country to help alleviate hunger. 

Lavender Bistro

La Quinta’s Lavender Bistro made $10,330.50 in sales on Wednesday, May 29 — all of which it is donating to American Red Cross Oklahoma tornado relief effort. The one-day fundraiser was the brainchild of father and son owners Michel and Nicholas Despras, who gave 100% of their profits on from all sales.

Love's Travel Stops

Love’s Travel Stops donated $3 million to support the immediate and long-term relief efforts in Oklahoma following the devastating tornado.

Lowe's

Lowe's will donate $1 million to support disaster relief and rebuilding efforts in communities affected by the recent tornadoes in Oklahoma, Texas and across the Midwest. Lowe's is working with its national nonprofit partners to provide both immediate and long-term support to local communities.

Marco's Pizza

Marco's Pizza has a semi on the ground in Moore filled with necessities such as water, clothing, cleaning supplies, toiletries, paper plates, batteries and more. Marco's two interns, Page and Caitlin, are posting updates about the "Road to Recovery" effort on Twitter at @marcospizzacorp.

Maritz

Maritz is offering a corporate gift of $10,000 to the American Red Cross to help support relief efforts for the victims of the recent tornado. Also, Maritz is encouraging its employees to donate directly to the American Red Cross or another reputable organization of choice. 

MassMutual

Massachusetts Mutual Life Insurance Company (MassMutual) will donate $100,000 to support the communities affected by the recent tornadoes in Oklahoma and across the Midwest. The company will also match donations made by eligible MassMutual employees and financial professionals through the company's Matching Gift Program.All contributions will be made to the American Red Cross Disaster Relief Fund.

MasterCard Worldwide

MasterCard Worldwide donated $50,000 to the America Red Cross for relief and recovery efforts in Oklahma. The company will also match employee donations to the American Red Cross 2-for-1.

Mastronardi Produce Ltd.

Mastronardi Produce Ltd., via Forgotten Harvest in Detroit, donated a full truckload of greenhouse produce to support the ongoing relief efforts in Moore, OK.

Maui Wowi

Maui Wowi Hawaiian will donate 100% of the funds raised during its hands-on smoothie training event at the company’s headquarters on Wednesday, June 12, to the American Red Cross Disaster Relief fund for the victims of the Oklahoma tornado. 

Maune Raichle Hartley French & Mudd

Maune Raichle Hartley French & Mudd Law Firm has pledged to match up to $10,000 of any contributions raised by the firm employees. The St. Louis-based mesothelioma law firm will send monetary donations through the American Red Cross. Additionally, the firm is collecting goods and coordinating transportation and delivery to Oklahoma.

MAXIMUS Foundation

MAXIMUS Foundation has matched the funds raised by its employees, both locally and throughout the country. A total of $21,860 has been donated to the American Red Cross.

Mazda

Mazda North American Operations will donate $25,000 to the American Red Cross to support relief efforts for victims of the recent Moore, Okla., tornado disaster. Additionally, The Mazda Foundation (USA), Inc., Board of Trustees approved a matching donation of $25,000 to the American Red Cross in support.

   

McDonald's

McDonald's nonprofit organization, Ronald McDonald House Charities, is donating $200,000 to the American Red Cross to help support the Moore, Okla., community.

Memphis Grizzlies

The Memphis Grizzlies will donate more than $90,000 to tornado victims in the Oklahoma City area. The Grizzlies, along with Tony Allen, who attended college at Oklahoma State University, collected money from fans during games 3 and 4 of the Western Conference Finals.

Meritrust Credit Union

Meritrust Credit Union in Wichita, Kan., donated $10,000 to the Oklahoma Credit Union Foundation and delivering supplies for tornado victims.

Monarch Recovery Management

Monarch Cares, the charitable program of Monarch Recovery Management will assist the recovery efforts in Oklahoma. As the need continues to rise Monarch Cares and Monarch’s generous employees are sending monetary donations to aid communities in need with food and shelter, via the American Red Cross.

Montway

Montway Auto Transport, the leading company in the car shipping industry, is assisting the Oklahoma tornado victims with a donation to Feed the Children.

Morgan Stanley

Morgan Stanley has committed up to $50,000 in dollar-for-dollar matching for employee contributions to the American Red Cross to support relief efforts for the victims of the recent tornadoes in the Midwest. 

Navico

Navico, the world leader in recreational marine electronics and parent company to the Lowrance, Simrad Yachting and B&G brands, has donated $10,000 to the OK Strong Disaster Relief Fund.

Navistar

Navistar donated $10,000 to Moore Public Schools to help the district's rebuilding efforts. Two elementary schools were flattened and 10 students were killed. IC Bus said Navistar employees worldwide also donated more than $8,000 to the American Red Cross to assist in disaster relief efforts.

NBTY, Inc.

NBTY, a leading manufacturer and distributor of vitamins, supplements and sports nutrition, donated nearly $500,000 of Good ‘n Natural bars, Balance Bars and bottles of children’s gummy vitamins to support tornado relief efforts in Oklahoma.

Nestle Waters North America

Nestle Waters North America sent donations of Nestlé® Pure Life® Purified Water to assist relief efforts following the tornado in Moore, Oklahoma. In coordination with the nonprofit relief agency AmeriCares, trucks containing more than 145,000 half-liter bottles of water have been dispatched to food banks in the region.

New York Life Insurance Company

New York Life Insurance Company committed $100,000 to support victims of the Moore, OK, tornadoes: $50,000 to the American Red Cross, earmarked for the Moore OK tornado relief efforts, and $50,000 to one or more nonprofit organizations working locally on rebuilding efforts, to be determined in the months ahead.

Nike

Nike plans to donate $1 million of its products to tornado victims in Oklahoma. The shoe company says it's also working with Oklahoma City Thunder's Kevin Durant to donate profits from sales of his KDV Elites. The money to be donated will come from sales of the shoes made on nike.com between May 23 and June 15 and the funds will go to a charity that rebuilds playgrounds and the Moore Public School Foundation.

Noble Energy, Inc.

Noble Energy, Inc. will donate $500,000 to support disaster relief and recovery efforts for the communities affected by the devastating tornadoes. The contribution includes a $500,000 cash donation to the American Red Cross Oklahoma Relief Fund and a commitment to match employee donations up to $1,000 per employee.

Norman Chrysler Jeep Dodge

Norman Chrysler Jeep Dodge has launched the Plaza Tower Memorial Fund Wednesday with a $100,000 donation. The fund, which is being administered by the Oklahoma City Community Foundation, seeks to build storm shelters in every Oklahoma school.

Nucor Steel Tuscaloosa

Bryant Bank and Nucor Steel Tuscaloosa, Inc. have teamed up to create the Oklahoma Tornado Relief Fund, which will go toward distributing Bryant Bank gift cards to Oklahoma residents affected by the tornado, mainly in Moore, Okla. Nucor will match up to $10,000 in donations for the Oklahoma Tornado Relief Fund and is working directly with the city of Moore to best distribute the gift cards.

Office Depot Foundation

The Office Depot Foundation is donating $20,000 to Feed The Children and $5,000 to the Central Oklahoma Humane Society for immediate relief efforts. The Foundation also will donate a minimum of 3,000 sackpacks with school supplies to the Moore Public School System prior to the beginning of the new school year.

OGE Energy Corp. Foundation

The OGE Energy Corp. Foundation committed $500,000 to storm relief efforts in the wake of the destructive tornado. The Foundation will work with various local non-profit agencies, including the United Way, to determine the areas of greatest need.

Ohio Credit Union Foundation

The Ohio Credit Union Foundation has contributed $5,000 to aid tornado victims.

Oklahoma City Thunder

In support of the communities affected by the recent tornadoes, the Oklahoma City Thunder and the Thunder Cares Foundation have made a joint donation of $1 million to benefit the local chapters of the American Red Cross and the Salvation Army. The joint donation will also aid other disaster relief organizations to assist in relief efforts.

ONEOK, Inc.

The Oklahoma Natural Gas Company Foundation will donate up to $1 million to support disaster-relief efforts in Oklahoma. The $1 million contribution consists of $750,000 to organizations providing disaster assistance and $250,000 to the ONE Trust, the company's voluntary charitable organization created to help ONEOK employees in times of personal crisis. Employees, retirees and members of the company's board of directors who contribute to the ONE Trust Fund will have their contributions matched on a two-for-one basis.

Central Florida Panera Bread

During the month of June, participating Central Florida Panera Bread bakery-cafes will donate 10% of all catering sales to benefit the local Feeding America Food Bank in Oklahoma City, The Regional Food Bank of Oklahoma. Panera will donate a minimum of $30,000 to the victims of the tornadoes that struck Oklahoma.

Papa John's

Papa John's facilitated a "Help Oklahoma" fundraiser on May 26. Including food and other donations, the country helped raise part of approximately $400,000 in donations on May 26, when $1 for every order was donated to the Salvation Army Oklahoma recovery efforts.

Petsitting.com

Petsitting.com donated 10% of its total sales from the week of May 20-27 to help the homeless and injured dogs and cats in the tornado disaster area. Donations will be made to Pet Food Pantry of OKC, which is offering dog and cat food, leashes, collars, food bowls and other items to pet owners in need.

Pfizer

Pfizer is offering offering replacement medicines for patients enrolled in its Pfizer Helpful Answers assistance programs.

Phillipps 66

Phillips 66, an Oklahoma company with more than a century of operations in the state, contributed $1 million to the American Red Cross to assist in the relief efforts following the devastating tornadoes. In addition, the company will match employee and retiree contributions for disaster relief.

Polaris Industries, Inc.

Minnesota-based Polaris Industries, Inc., will donate 10 military off-road vehicles to The Salvation Army to aid with relief efforts in Moore, Oklahoma.

Procter & Gamble

Procter & Gamble has donated 10,000 pounds of Duracell batteries to the relief efforts in Oklahoma. 

Pure Hot House

Pure Hot House Foods Inc., a Leamington, Ontario greenhouse grower-shipper, has donated a truck with relief supplies and fresh vegetables to Oklahoma torndao victims. 

RadioShack Corporation

RadioShack Corporation will accept customer donations to the American Red Cross to directly benefit victims of tornadoes in Texasand Oklahoma. When checking out, customers will have the option of donating $1, $5 or $10 to directly benefit tornado victims in Oklahoma and Texas. The donations can be made at the point of sale at all RadioShack stores nationwide.

Reasor's Groceries

Grocery store operator Reasor’s is collecting donations of brooms, mops, gloves, buckets, hand sanitizer, shovels, and rakes for the Salvation Army. Reasor's will also donate $10 for each text of the word “storm” to 80888, to a maximum $10,000.

Reser's Fine Foods

Reser’s Fine Foods donated 10,000 pounds of food from its Topeka plant to feed the victims of the tornado that struck Moore, Okla., and the volunteers assisting with the cleanup. Reser’s is donating potato salad, macaroni salad, barbecue beans, and ham salad as part of Operation BBQ Relief, which cooks and serves barbecue meals in areas affected by natural disasters. The company employs about 400 people in Moore and is willing to donate more if needed.

Schweitzer Engineering Labratories

Schweitzer Engineering Laboratories donated $25,000 to the KREM Cares: Help 2 Oklahoma fundraiser to benefit the American Red Cross relief efforts in Oklahoma. 

Royal Bank of Canada

Royal Bank of Canada will make a $50,000 donation via the RBC Foundation USA, a charitable entity funded jointly by the bank's Capital Markets and Wealth Management businesses in the U.S., to the American Red Cross Disaster Relief Fund to support the relief and humanitarian efforts in Oklahoma.

Sempra Energy Foundation

The Sempra Energy Foundation and Sempra Energy employees have pledged approximately $60,000 in disaster-relief assistance funds to Oklahoma tornado victims. The donation includes $25,000 in matching funds from the Sempra Energy Foundation.  The funds will be directed through the American Red Cross National Relief Fund. 

Sinclair Broadcast Group

Sinclair Broadcast Group has created The Sinclair Relief Fund, a 501(c)3 organization. Contributions to this fund are fully deductible in accordance with law. Sinclair will match every dollar contributed to The Sinclair Relief Fund up to $50,000, through June 14.

Smithfield Foods

During the race week in Charlotte, N.C., Smithfield, in partnership with Richard Petty Motorsports and the Charlotte Motor Speedway, will donate and deliver more than 3 million hot dogs to food banks in Charlotte and around the country as part of its "Helping Hunry Homes" campaign. One truckload will be going to Oklahoma to aid in disaster relief.

Southwest Airlines Co.

Southwest Airlines has over 800 employees that live and work in the Oklahoma City area; its efforts have been focused on ensuring their safety and well-being. Southwest is a sponsor of the American Red Cross and is asking employees and customers to make donations via a donation link on the company's website. Southwest is working with Team Rubicon to deploy 130 trained disaster recovery volunteers to the area.

SpareFoot

Self-storage marketplace SpareFoot is offering relief to those affected by the devastating tornadoes in the Oklahoma City area. The Austin, TX-based company will donate a month of storage to businesses, families and individuals who need temporary space to store and protect their belongings in the aftermath of the tornadoes.

Sprint

In support of those affected by the recent tornadoes, Sprint is proactively waiving late fees, overage charges for voice, text, and data, and roaming fees for all Sprint services until June 30 in the affected area. The company is also offering discounts on chargers to affected Oklahoma residents who need to charge their mobile phones.

Starbucks

Through June 4, Starbucks offered a tall brewed coffee in exchange for any donation to the OK Strong Disaster Relief Fund at the United Way of Central Oklahoma. 

Starkey Hearing Technologies

The Starkey Hearing Foundation will provide hearing testing and hearing aids to individuals in Moore who may have suffered hearing loss or lost their hearing aids as a result of the tornado. 

Subaru of America, Inc.

Subaru has made a $70,000 donation, split between the American National Red Cross and Central Oklahoma Humane Society to help with the relief and recovery efforts. 

Super Cuts

Super Cuts has raised money for the Plaza Tower Memorial Fund through the donation of 100% of its shampoo sales. Its stores in Oklahoma, Arkansas and Arizona are collecting donations, more than 100 Super Cuts locations in those three states hosted a June 1 fundraiser, and the company will match all monetary donations up to $10,000.

T&W Tire

A local branch of T&W Tire provided up to a dozen service trucks in and around the disaster area, offering free fixes for relief vehicles with tires damaged from all the debris. The trucks have fixed more than 150 vehicles.

TanTara Transportation

TanTara Transportation, the trucking company which serves as the official carrier of Iowa Hawkeyes football, collected donations that filled two semitrailer tricks and delivered them to the Regional Food Bank of Oklahoma.

Target Corp.

Target Corp. will donate $250,000 in monetary support and merchandise to assist with tornado relief efforts in Moore, Okla. The donation includes $150,000 in cash and in-kind donations to the American Red Cross, $30,000 in a cash donation to the Salvation Army and $20,000 in product donations for other community needs such as water and other rescue and recovery supplies. Target will also donate $50,000 to Plaza Tower and Briarwood Elementary Schools to aid in recovery efforts.

Toot'n Totum

Toot'n Totum opened a local Oklahoma Relief Fund with a $10,000 company donation. From May 22-31, the company also encouraged They asurrounding area residents to support the fund with monetary donations at any of their 71 stores in Amarillo, Borger, Dalhart, Dumas, Pampa, and Stratford. Funds went directly to the victims of the Oklahoma tornadoes through the United Way of Central Oklahoma disaster relief fund. 

Toys 'R' Us

The Toys 'R' Us Children's Fund donated $100,000 to Save the Children to provide immediate and longer-term recovery programs for communities in Moore, Oklahoma following the devastating tornado.

Toyota

Toyota will donate $250,000 to support relief and rebuilding efforts for victims of the tornado that hit Moore, Oklahoma and the greater Oklahoma City area on May 20. Funds will be allocated to immediate response and for mid-to-long term needs in the areas of food, small business revitalization and home rebuilding. Toyota will also match employee contributions.

Trilex Cleaning Company

The Trilex Cleaning Company in Passaic, NJ, donated 300 pairs of work gloves to crews who are helping with the rebuilding efforts in Oklahoma. 

U-Haul

Company-owned U-Haul centers throughout Oklahoma remain open for business and are offering 30 days free self-storage to tornado victims. The U-Haul Company of Oklahoma also is offering 30 days free U-Box portable moving and storage to tornado victims. With U-Box portable moving and storage, customers can conveniently pick up a custom-designed trailer and take their U-Box pod with them.

UnitedHealth Group

UnitedHealth Group and its benefits and services businesses, UnitedHealthcare and Optum are assisting the tornado victims by assisting health plan participants who may need access to care or early refills of prescription medications, offering a free emotional-support line, and supporting the American Red Cross Disaster Relief Fund.

UPS

UPS launched a plan with its key disaster relief partners to provide urgent relief and long-term recovery efforts needed in Moore, Oklahoma, as well as Cleburne and Shawnee. UPS is providing $250,000 to execute the plan, in addition to the $550,000 in cash and in-kind goods it contributed last month to the American Red Cross's Annual Disaster Giving Program.

U.S. Bank

U.S. Bank customers can make donations to the American Red Cross at more than 2,000 U.S. Bank ATMs in 25 states to support relief efforts. U.S. Bank ATMs will accept contributions through Thursday, June 6, 2013. In addition, the U.S. Bank Foundation will match donations made by its employees to the Red Cross. U.S. Bank and the Red Cross recently established a partnership that includes an annual commitment of $250,000 to help fund vital disaster services.

U.S. Chamber of Commerce

In response to the tornado which recently devastated parts of Oklahoma, the U.S. Chamber of Commerce is contributing $5,000 to the American Red Cross for the relief efforts.

Valero Energy Corporation

The Valero Energy Foundation — the charitable arm of San Antonio refiner Valero Energy Corp. — donated $100,000 to the American Red Cross to assist people affected by the tornadoes that ripped through Central Oklahoma. The foundation also will match employees’ Red Cross donations up to $50,000.

VCA Animal Hospitals

Six VCA Animal Hospitals in tornado-damaged Oklahoma are offering free boarding for dogs, cats, birds and pocket pets whose owners lost their homes or were evacuated because of the tornado. 

Verizon Communications Inc.

Verizon is calling on its employees and customers to join in assisting the victims of the May 19-20 tornadoes that swept through the Oklahoma City area. Verizon has committed $100,000 in grants to disaster relief in the area, and the Verizon Foundation will provide a 1-to-1 match of employee online donations (from $25 up to $1,000 per employee) to the American Red Cross and the Salvation Army. 

Volkswagen Group of America, Inc.

The Volkswagen of America Foundation, which was created by Volkswagen Group of America, Inc., made an immediate donation of $250,000 to the American Red Cross and Habitat for Humanity to assist with the disaster relief efforts.

Voluntary Hospitals of America Foundation

Voluntary Hospitals of America Foundation matched the $15,000 raised by the Coastal Mississippi Healthcare Foundation. The money will be donated to medical employees of the Norman Regional Health System in south-central Oklahoma.

Walgreen Company

Walgreens made an initial donation of three semi-trailers of food, water and first aid supplies to the Oklahoma chapter of the American Red Cross and offered customers an opportunity to make donations at its Oklahoma drugstores.

Walmart

Walmart pledged $1 million in cash and in-kind donations to help ensure the essential needs Oklahoma residents in the tornado disaster area are being met. Walmart directed truckloads of water, food and other basic items to the area and is working with the Salvation Army, the American Red Cross, and other organizations. Wal-Mart has five Sam’s Clubs in the area which are temporarily waiving membership requirements to support the affected communities. The clubs are also establishing free power stations so residents without power can recharge their electronic devices.

Waste Management

Waste Management donated $50,000 to the American Red Cross Disaster Relief Fund to support its efforts in response to the recent tornadoes in Oklahoma and Texas, and to serve as aid for any future recoveries. Following the most recent storms, Waste Management was among the first on the ground to aid in the recovery.

Waters True Value

Waters True Value has donated $4,000 to the Oklahoma City Red Cross to help with disaster relief efforts.

WELLESSE

Wellesse has shipped 7,800 bottles of WELLESSE Liquid Multivitamin (valued at over $77,000) to aid the victims of the Oklahoma Tornadoes. Nourish America will be able to use this donation to address the ongoing nutritional needs of victims, first responders and emergency workers.

Wells Fargo

Wells Fargo & Company donated $100,000 to the American Red Cross to assist individuals and families affected by the devastating tornado in Moore, Okla. and surrounding areas.

Western Union Company

Western Union will two-for-one match all employee donations to the Western Union Foundation for Oklahoma tornado disaster-relief efforts. Western Union is also encouraging its agents to join together in supporting relief efforts. Under the Western Union Foundation Agent Gift Match program, the Foundation will provide a dollar-for-dollar match of qualifying Agent contributions.

Williamsburg Pottery

Williamsburg Pottery, on behalf of the James Maloney Foundation, has donated $10,000 to the American Red Cross. The foundation has designated the gift to benefit Briarwood and Plaza Towers elementary schools, both heavily damaged by the recent tornado in Moore, Oklahoma.

Wise Company

The Wise Company, which markets pre-packaged food, donated 90,000 pre-packaged meals, which will be delivered to those displaced by the recent tornados. The truckload of meals is valued at $200,000, and Wise will match any donations made on its website with more meals.