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Companies Giving Millions

By: AP
By: AP

WHAT'S BEING OFFERED

  • Companies are donating money and goods for Hurricane Katrina
    relief efforts.

  • American Red Cross says at least 30 companies had made donations by Wednesday morning.

  • The number is expected to climb.

  • U-S Chamber of Commerce says initial corporate donations could total more than $100 million.

    SOME MONETARY DONATIONS

  • Chevron: $5 million.

  • JPMorgan Chase: $3 million.

  • Citigroup: $3 million.

  • Walt Disney Co.: $2.5 million.

  • Pfizer: $2 million.

  • Abbott Laboratories: $2 million.

  • State Farm: $1 million.

  • EDS: Will match employee contributions up to $1 million.

    HEALTH CARE DONATIONS

  • Eli Lilly: 40,000 vials of refrigerated insulin.

  • Wyeth: antibiotics and nonprescription pain relievers.

  • Merck: antibiotics and hepatitis A vaccines.

  • Johnson & Johnson: Pain relievers, wound care supplies and kits
    containing toothbrushes, soap and shampoo.

  • Abbott Laboratories: At least $2 million in nutritional and medical products.

    SOME OTHER DONATIONS

  • Nissan: 50 trucks for Mississippi Emergency Management Agency.

  • General Motors: 25 cars and trucks to the Red Cross.

  • Sprint Nextel: 3,000 walkie talkie-type phones for emergency
    personnel.

  • Qwest Communications: 2,000 long-distance calling cards.

  • Kellogg: Seven truckloads of crackers and cookies.

  • Culligan International: Five truckloads of water.

  • Anheuser-Busch: more than 825,000 cans of water.

  • Office Depot: Contents of its five New Orleans stores, valued at $4 million.


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