Corporations pledge millions to help Japan Earthquake Victims

Corporations pledge millions to help Japan Earthquake Victims

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(Best Syndication News) - There have been several United States corporations that have announced financial support to help with the recovery efforts of the Japan earthquake.

Delta Airlines announced that they will pledge up to $1 million in cash to help donate to the Japanese Red Cross Society. Delta will immediately provide a $250,000 cash donation to the organization. Then for every cash donation that Delta customers and employees can also donate at a Delta-Red Cross website. Delta also will provide cargo and passenger assistance to move supplies and worker to and from disaster areas, which they have done worldwide.

Bank of America Charitable Foundation announced that they will commit $1.22 million to the American Red Cross Society to aid the Japan earthquake relief efforts.

Best Buy announced that they have donated $500,000 to the American Red Cross to help with the short and long-term recovery efforts in Japan after the devastating earthquake.

Wells Fargo announced that they will donate $500,000 to the American Red Cross in support of the Japan Earthquake an the Pacific Tsunami Fund. Wells Fargo will continue to match donations from their team members dollar-for-dollar for up to $500,00. Altogether donations could total $1.5 million.

Starbucks announced that they will give around $1.2 million to the American Red Cross and Japan Red Cross. The money will come from The Starbucks Foundation and Starbucks Coffee Japan. Starbucks has been in Japan for the last 15 years.

GM Foundation announced that they had donated $500,000 to the American Red Cross relief fund.

Amazon.com has announced that they will have a collection box on their website for customers to donate to the Red Cross.

Facebook and Twitter have also set up easy ways for people to donate to the Japan earthquake recovery efforts.

BY: N Wilson

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