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“Social responsibility is an ethical framework and suggests that an entity, be it an organization or individual, has an obligation to act for the benefit of society at large. Social responsibility is a duty every individual has to perform so as to maintain a balance between the economy and the ecosystems.”

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Company NameHQCOVID-19 ResponseDonations ToPartnershipsAssociated Link
AK Wet WorksSt. Paul, MNIn less than 72 hours AK Wet Works re-designed and retrofitted their entire fleet of vapor sandblasting machines into to Cold Vapor Disinfectant Applicators or as Kim Hotz CFO likes to call them “AK COVID Killers”.Link
American AirlinesFort WorthDonating $460,000 to provide relief in Latin AmericaDonations to Argentina, Brazil, Costa Rica and Guatemala to help provide supplies, water, sanitation and hygiene items, and health kits.UNICEFLink
American Airlines CenterDallasProviding Coronavirus testing assistanceTesting essential workers, anyone with a fever of 99.6 or higher, shortness of breath or cough, anyone 65 and older, and anyone with a chronic health issueLink
Andy Roddick FoundationAustinStarted a Family Emergency FundProviding basic and urgent needs to students and their families.Link
Apache CorporationHoustonProviding PPE (Personal Protective Equipment) and supplies to a food bank.The PPE is donated to healthcare workers on the front lines. The supplies are provided to the Houston Food Bank.Link
AT&TUnlimited data for school devices   $5.5 Million Commitment to Feed First Responders; Free Smartphones for Life$5.5 million to World Central Kitchen, Free smartphones to First Responder Public Safety AgenciesSpurs Sports & Entertainment teamed up with AT&T and Aruba to offer free high-speed and collaborated with VitalTech for 60 days of free telehealth servicesLink
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Austin Free-NetAustinProviding technology to children struggling to complete online school200 computers donated to children in Austin ISDRuckifyLink
Balcones DistillingWacoDonating 400 gallons of hand sanitizer.Dallas Police Association, Plano Police Department, and the Dallas Firefighter Association.Link
Bank of AmericaCharlotte, NC$100 Million toward rebuilding communitesLocal Markets, National and Global OrganizationsLink
Beyond MeatEl Segundo, CADonating food to hospitals and banks.Beyond Meat pledged to donate and distribute over 1 million of the company’s vegetarian Beyond Meat burgers to places like hospitals and food banksLink
Blue Cross Blue Shield of TexasRichardsonDonates $1 Million to aid Covid 19 reliefDonations to Communities Foundation of TexasLink
BoeingChicago, ILProducing medical face masksDelivers 540,000 face masks to first responders in New HampshireDEKALink
BordenDallasDonations to those in need
Brown-Forman CompanyHouston$1 Million donation to Covid-19 response fundsUnited States Bartenders’ Guild (USBG) and One LouisvilleLink
CalpineHoustonProviding a community assistance fund of $1 million, $500,000 will go to local food banks and non-profits in California.The organizations include: San Diego Food Bank, Los Angeles Regional Food Bank, Community Action Partnership of Kern County, Girls & Boys Club of Kern County, etc.Link
CenterPoint EnergyHoustonProviding a CenterPoint Energy Foundation $1.5 million relief fund for nonprofitsQualifying nonprofit organizations in CenterPoint Energy’s utility footprint of Arkansas, Indiana, Louisiana, Minnesota, Mississippi, Ohio, Oklahoma, Texas will be eligible to receive grants.Link
Cheniere EnergyHoustonCommitting more than $1 million and supplies to global COVID-19 Relief Efforts.Providing supplies and relief funds to 8 organizations in Texas, 7 in Oklahoma, 5 in Louisiana, 2 in Washington D.C., 3 in the U.K., and 2 in China. (Exact organizations are on their website.City of Houston, Project C.U.R.E., the Astro Foundation, and other global organizations.Link
Dallas CountyDallasProviding resources to frontline workers.Dallas County created a COVID-19 Response Fund to support and provide funds to frontline workers. Put in place by Dallas County executive Judge Clay Jenkins.North Texas Food Bank’s Neighbors helping NeighborsLink
Dallas MavericksDallas$500K to Healthcare Workers and $100K to Non-profitsUniversity of Texas Southwestern Medical Center, Parkland Hospital, North Texas Food Bank, VNA Texas Meals on Wheels, Minnie’s Food Pantry, Community Food Bank of Fort Worth, Hunger Busters, Senior Source, CitySquare, Hope Supply Co., Communities Foundation of Texas, North Texas Community Response Fund, and Kroger gift cards to students and families in need of food from Dallas ISDLink
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Desert Door DistilleryDriftwoodProduction of hand sanitizerDesert Door donated 70,000 eight ounce bottles of sanitizer, nearly 4,400 gallons, to first responders throughout the state including the San Antonio Police Department, Hays County Sheriff Department and Austin Travis County EMS. The distillery offers community pick up days where individuals can drive up and receive a free bottle of hand sanitizer.Link
E442.COMDallasFree video conferencing toolsFREE through December 31, 2020Link
Exxon MobilIrvingProducing raw materials for medical masks, gowns, and hand sanitizerAll essentials will go to health care professionals: doctors, nurses and first respondersLink
FormaspaceAustinBuilds 500 new ESD workbenches for ventilator productionFor General Motors manufacturing facility in Kokomo, IndianaGeneral Motors and Ventec Life SystemsLink
Frito LayPlanoContributes $58,000 to Covid-19 relief efforts in southern Dallas.The Fund is run by United Way of Metropolitan Dallas. The Southern Dallas Thrives coronavirus relief grants will support: Education, Income, and Health.Link
Frost BankSan AntonioDifferent localities of Frost Bank donate a total of  $2 million to local nonprofitsAll Frost Bank Donations come from San Antonio, Dallas, Fort Worth, Houston, Austin, Permian Basin, Corpus Christi, Rio Grande Valley and VictoriaLink
Grunt StyleSan AntonioLaunches a multi-city campaign called #OperationHero to benefit the heroic men and women battling the front lines of the Covid-19 pandemic. Also, donates $25,000 to a Learning center in San Antonio.Operation Hero supports the heroes with essentials such as food and other critical needs. The $25,000 donation goes to the Pillars Christian Learning Center to cover tuition costs for over 200 families, many whom are essential workers. In addition, the company partnered with restaurants to donate over 10,000 free meals to healthcare workers across numerous hospitals in San Antonio and Chicago.Next Level Apparel & local restaurantsLink
Gulf Coast DistillersHoustonProduction of hand sanitizerThey have donated over $250K in bottles of thier C4U Hand Sanitizer to first responders and non-profit organization. They have also shipped over 100,000 gallons of hand sanitizer statewide.Link
H-E-BSan Antonio$3 Million donation to Texas based non-profitsProviding more than 75,000 meals to healthcare workers at hospitals,
More than $1.2 million of food and household supplies to food banks,
$1 million to support grass-roots nonprofits,
$500,000 to organizations feeding seniors and low-income families,
$300,000 to Texas Biomedical Research Institute for coronavirus research.
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Harlan GroupDallasFree estate planning for seniors
Hye RumAustinHand sanitizer productionLink
IKEANetherlandsDonated $20,000 for the purchase of play items for Children registered in the COVID-19 Emergency Child Care program.YMCA of Metropolitan DallasLink
Ironroot Republic DistilleryDenisonHand sanitizer productionFor Texoma Regional Medical CenterLink
JacobsDallasAssistance with mayors and                               leaders on best practicesDonating $1 million towards the COVID-19 crisis to help global organizations and
donating surplus masks, gloves and other supplies to local hospitals
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JOANNSHudson, OHProducing masks and scrubsWorking with Neiman Marcus to make items at scale, producing thousands of masks and scrubs for large healthcare facilities and systems.Neiman MarcusLink
Kimberly-ClarkIrvingProviding the community with essentials to ensure hygiene and health and donates $500,000 to support infectious disease trainingThe $500,000 donation is going to cleaning professionalsISSA and the Global Biorisk Advisory CouncilLink
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Kinder FoundationHoustonGift of $1 million to the Houston Food BankThe donation is contributing to the meals provided to the 18 counties in southeast Texas in which the Houston Food Bank hosts.Link
Lazarus 3DHoustonProduction of PPELazarus 3D has redirected its manufacturing capacity to supply PPE to hospitals, medical facilities and critical care personnel.Link
Mattress MackHoustonFree pet food, feed seniors and studentsLocal seniors. students, and petsKillens BBQ, Mayor Turner, Gallery Funiture, SPCALink
NEC Corporation of AmericaIrvingDonation of $100,000 to Coronavirus FundThe donation went to the Covid-19 relief fund of United Way of Metropolitan Dallas. The fund addresses immediate needs of all North Texans.Link
North Texas CaresAustinProviding support and emergency funds for organizations that work with people and communities who may be most negatively affected by COVID-19.Supporting individuals, families and low access schoolsNorth Texas Foundations and United WayLink
PGA of AmericaPalm Beach Gardens, FlaDonates $5 million to provide a short term financial assistance to workers in the golf industryIndividuals eligible to apply for aid through the Golf Emergency Relief Fund are members of GCSAA, PGA TOUR, LPGA, USGA, NGCOA and AGM.Link
 Phillips 66HoustonDonates $3 million to the Houston community.$1.5 million – directed to Houston, $1 million – directed to COVID-19 Recovery Fund, $500,000 – directed to the Houston Food BankLink
Phunware Inc.AustinProviding a tracking system for ventilatorsTheir system will help manage the ventilators while manufacturers continue to produce more.Link
Ranger CreekSan AntonioHand sanitizer productionHelped over 50 organizations; hospitals, doctors offices, nursing homes, and first responders.Link
Rebecca Creek DistillerySan AntonioHand sanitizer productionDonated 3,000 sanitizers to local first responders and healthcare communityLink
Scott BrandPhiladelphiaDonates $500,000 to help keep 300 childcare clubs open for up to 28,000 children of essential workers.Wallingford Club in SeattleBoys & Girls Clubs of AmericaLink
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 Smoothie KingCoppellDonating $1 million in smoothies to local healthcare workers and other essential workersSmoothies are going to local hospitals, fire departments, testing sites and more across the country.Link
Southwest AirlinesDallasProviding cargo transport to hospitalsTransporting anything related to Covid-19 relief, and transporting medical professionals around the countryFEMA, Medical Transportation Grant ProgramLink
SparkCognitionAustinProducing face shields and prototype ventilator with 3-D printersDonating to Covid-19 ATX ExchangeDell Medical SchoolLink
Spoetzl BreweryShiner$500,000 donation to fund Texas restaurantsThe funds will go to the Texas Restaurant AssociationLink
Stanley Black & DeckerNew Britain, CT$4 million in financial contributions directed by the company to COVID-19 focused nonprofit organizations, in addition to funds already committed to community-based organizations across the globe. Moreover, $5 million for a COVID-19 employee emergency relief fund, administered by an independent organization, to provide financial assistance for employees and their families who have been severely and catastrophically impacted by the pandemic. And 3 million masks donated to frontline heathcare workers.Universities, hospitals, manufacturers and other partners around the globe to apply its innovation and expertise to tackle today’s challenges.Link
SubaruCamden, NJDonations the Feeding America to distribute 50 million meals nationwide.Feeding America NetworkFeeding America NetworkLink
SyscoHoustonDonates 13.5 million meals to global communititesFeeding America. Second Harvest, FareShare and moreLink
Texas MutualDallasDonates $2 million for 40 non-profit organizationsMeals on Wheels, United Way, local food banks, community health organizations and moreLink
Tito’s Handmade VodkaAustinDonation of $2.5 million to the University of Texas COVID-19 Modeling Consortium and an Additional $1 million to Baylor College for of Medicine for Vaccine ResearchThe University of Texas, Baylor UniversityLink
Tom BihnSeattle, WADevoted entire production capacity to efforts to make surgical-style face masks for our healthcare heroesHealthcare professionalsLink
ToyotaPlanoCoronavirus testing assistance, producing 3-D printed face shields, produce COVID-19 masks, produce ventilators and respiratorsEssentials will go to MD Anderson in Houston, UT Southwestern Medical Center in Dallas, and other hospitals in Indiana, Kentucky and MichiganThere are several partners, however, it is unknown who they areLink
Trademark Property CompanyFort WorthDonation of $100,000 to food-based organizationsDFW organizations, such as Allen Food Pantry, North Texas Food Bank, Minnie’s Food Pantry, Tarrant County Food Bank, Everybody eats.Link
University of North Texas at DallasDallasProviding a mobile food pantryProviding 3,700 boxes of food to approximately 1,200+ households in the Dallas County areaNorth Texas Food Bank, and the National GuardLink
UNT Dallas College of LawDallasCOVID-19 Emergency GrantsCollecting money and creating grants to help students in need during the COVID-19 crisisAccessLex InstituteLink
USAASan Antonio$1 Million donation across multiple San Antonio charities. Returning $520 million to USAA members who have an auto insurance policy. Donated $2.3 million to military-focused nonprofits. An additional $1.1 million to nonprofits in Phoenix, Tampa, Colorado Springs Dallas/Fort Worth and southeastern VirginiaSan Antonio donations to San Antonio Food Bank, South Texas Blood & Tissue Center, Meals on Wheels, Haven for Hope and United Way of San Antonio.                                 Military organizations are The Association of Defense Communities/Blue Star Families Covid-19 Military Support Initiative, USO, We Care for America Foundation, Fisher House Foundation, Tragedy Assistance Program for Survivors.Link
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ValeroSan AntonioThe Valero Energy Foundation committed $1.8 million to support communities and organizations. Proving Gas cards to charitable organizations. Producing hand sanitizer for health care organizations and first responders.The foundation provides funding to a variety of nonprofit agencies for programs and services supporting education, basic human needs, health care and civic projects. Valero will distribute its sanitizer to locl hospitals and emergency care providers.Link
Vistra EnergyIrving$2 million donation non-profits and social service agenciesDonation recipients are TXU Energy Aid, Ambit Cares, United Way and Numerous partner agencies, food banks and food pantries.Link
WestlakeHoustonContributing $1 million to a COVID-19 recovery fundFunds are going to the Greater Houston COVID-19 fundTing Tsung and Wei Fong Chao FoundationLink
ZenBusinessAustinGiving away a total of 100 grants, each grant being $1,000The grant applications are available to ZenBusiness members with an active subscriptionLink

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