Wells Fargo ( WFC), Sun Life Financial ( SLF) and Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce ( BCM) will each contribute $100,000. Toronto Dominion Bank ( TD) of Canada is donating $250,000.

Other companies making significant monetary donations include Nike ( NKE), General Electric ( GE), American Express ( AXP), Walt Disney Co. ( DIS) and First Data ( symbol), which are each donating $1 million. Cisco says the networking company and its employees are donating about $2.5 million.

ExxonMobil ( XOM)is contributing $5 million and will match donations by its employees. The oil company employs about 5,000 people in the affected countries.

The Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, a not-for-profit founded by Microsoft ( MSFT) Chairman Bill Gates, is giving $3 million.

Ace ( ACE), the insurance company, said it would match donations to any relief fund made by its employees. American International Group ( AIG), the world's biggest insurer, said it also with match employees donation. The Starr Foundation, an organization affiliated with AIG, is contributing $2.5 million.

The insurance industry is not expected to take a big financial hit from the earthquake and tsunami because the number of policies issues in the affected countries is relatively small. General Motors ( GM) is donating $1 million and is matching employee donations.

Other companies are donating services and goods. PepsiCo ( PEP) and Coca-Cola ( KO) are donating thousands of cases of bottled water. Kimberly-Clark ( KMB) is donating diapers, surgical gloves and other health care products. FedEx ( FDX) is shipping supplies to several affected countries on behalf of a number of relief agencies.

Starbucks ( SBUX), in addition to a $100,000 contribution, says it will begin donating $2 from the sale of every pound of Sumatra coffee it sells to the relief effort.

The top of Amazon.com ( AMZN) contains an appeal for contribution and allows visitors to make a direct donation to the American Red Cross. As of this morning, the online retailer had collected $4.3 million from 71,724 contributors.

The nation's biggest retailer, Wal-Mart is contributing $2 million to the Red Cross. The company also said it would

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