Typhoon Haiyan Supporting Companies

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We are profoundly grateful to corporate partners who responded with speed, generosity and compassion to our urgent appeal for support for our humanitarian relief after Super Typhoon Haiyan in the Philippines. Thanks to their immediate response, we were able to mobilize relief for children and families who survived one of the strongest storms ever to strike land.



The following companies have provided a contribution to support Save the Children's emergency relief efforts in the Philippines:

    Bank of America
    Bristol-Myers Squibb
    Build-A-Bear
    Carter's
    City National Bank
    Cummins Inc.
    eBay Foundation
    Fossil Group
    Global Impact
    Hewlett-Packard Company Foundation
    JCPenney
    Johnson & Johnson
    L.L. Bean
    Mattel Children's Foundation
    Merck
    Mondelēz International
    Motorola Mobility Foundation
    PepsiCo Foundation
    Procter & Gamble
    Primrose Schools
    PVH
    Redbook Magazine
    Scholastic Inc.
    Staples
    Target
    The Estée Lauder Companies
    The Walt Disney Company
    Walmart
    Western Union Foundation

The following companies are supporting Save the Children's efforts in the Philippines by engaging their consumers, employees and/or other constituents to give:

    Adobe
    American Express
    Bank of America
    Bristol-Myers Squibb
    BNP Paribas
    Chevron
    Cisco
    Cummins Inc.
    DreamWorks
    eBay Giving Works
    EY
    F5
    Flextronics
    Fossil Group
    Green Mountain Coffee Roasters, Inc
    GSK
    Guggenheim Partners
    The Hershey Company
    Hewlett-Packard
    JCPenney
    Johnson & Johnson
    MasterCard
    Media Networks, Inc.
    Medtronic
    Merck
    Motorola Mobility Foundation
    New York Life Foundation
    North American Power
    PayPal
    PepsiCo
    PSEG
    SanDisk
    Scholastic Inc.
    Sony
    Staples
    Time Warner Inc.
    The Walt Disney Company
    TOMS
    Towers Watson
    TropQ Creamery, LLC
    Unilever
    Verizon
    Western Union Foundation
    Zynga
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