Hurricane Dorian Disaster Response and Recovery Fund
Hurricane Dorian, which hit the northern Bahamas as one of the strongest Atlantic hurricanes on record as a Category 5, has caused extreme destruction on the Grand Bahama and Abaco Islands. Infrastructure has been destroyed, death tolls are rising and more than 70,000 people are homeless. There is currently no electricity or running water.
Campbell is responding to this disaster with a truckload of Pace and Prego Ready to Serve meals, Chunky and Red & White soups donated to Convoy of Hope to be deployed over the coming weeks to residents in need. In addition, the company is providing $30,000 in financial contributions to Convoy of Hope and Team Rubicon to support short term relief and long-term rebuilding.
Looking for a way to support this devastated region? Consider contributing to the Hurricane Dorian Disaster Response and Recovery Fund, which is comprised of pre-vetted nonprofits providing on-the-ground disaster response in the region. Through a single tax deductible donation to the Fund, you can support multiple organizations’ initiatives to provide short- and long-term response and recovery to those affected by Hurricane Dorian.
As part of Campbell's Giving That Matters program, all donations to this fund will be matched at 50% up to individual employees' annual match caps.