BABC-Pacific Northwest Members Give Back and Step Up to Help Communities
A number of our BABC-PNW member companies are giving back to their local, regional, and global communities during this time. We want to take a moment to highlight their efforts and share their stories. If your business or company has a story to share, get in touch with us.
Delta Air Lines: Supporting the front lines, medical volunteers can book free Delta flights to Georgia, Louisiana, and Michigan > Read the story. Delta's new cargo flights between the U.S. and China are providing safe transportation of essential goods. > Read the story.
Rolls Royce: The company has offered the UK Government expertise in helping to increase the UK's supply of ventilators. Their long-standing relationship with Airlink is helping arrange transport of supplies, facilitate partner collaboration, and foster information sharing. And in Derby in the UK Rolls-Royce has donated £10,000 to support the isolated and vulnerable through food banks across Derbyshire. > Read more.
Aer Lingus: Ireland's flag-carrier is flying to China to collect medical goods. The supply runs will be operated by dozens of volunteer pilots. > Read the story.
Amazon: A charity live-stream hosted by Amazon subsidiary Twitch, has raised more than $2.7 million for COVID-19 relief efforts. Amazon has provided 73,000 meals to elderly and vulnerable residents in the Seattle area and granted over $5 million to 400 small businesses in Seattle, in addition to a number of other crisis outreach initiatives currently in action. > Read more about the company's efforts.