NEW YORK ( TheStreet) -- U.S. companies are stepping up and lending their support and dollars after the devastating 7.0 Haiti earthquake shook the country earlier this week.
Everyone from banks to retailers -- many of which were struggling themselves to stay afloat amid the recession -- are lending support.
made one of the largest donations, of $2.5 million. It has already given $1 million to the Red Cross and $500,000 to UNICEF. The company said it will match all contributions made by employees.
Financial institutions also turned their attention away from all the bonus-and-taxing drama to help.
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announced that it is giving $2 million, while
Bank of America
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each pledged $1 million.
Other companies like Coca-Cola
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also agreed to spend $1 million for relief efforts.
also pledged $1 million.
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pledged $600,000 -- $500,000 in monetary relief and $100,000 in pre-packaged food kits -- to Red Cross. It has also launched a Web site that allows customers to donate.
Pledges are also coming from
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Other organizations are lending their services to help victims.
have offered to fly supplies to Haiti. Drug maker
will provide pharmaceutical and nutritional products along with a $1 million grant, while
has announced that it is looking to see what medical supplies it can provide.
said that it will donate shoes to Haiti victims and
announced offering both monetary relief and supplies.
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