To support relief and response efforts, Amazon leveraged its vast logistical expertise, mobilized employees to volunteer, and enabled Amazon customers to donate to relief organizations through Amazon Pay, Wish Lists, and Alexa.

7.3 million
Between 2017 and 2019, Amazon and its customers donated an equivalent of more than 7.3 million relief items
Including more than 1 million bottles of water, 10,000 N95 respirator masks, and 5,000 solar lanterns

$17 million
Amazon and its customers donated more than $17 million in cash and products to support people impacted by 37 natural disasters

1,440
More than 1,400 Amazon employees supported disaster relief and response efforts and hundreds participated on the ground

40 nonprofit partners
Amazon’s disaster relief and response teams have helped more than 40 nonprofit partners deliver services to victims of disasters from around the world

500,000 relief items
Amazon Air cargo jets were packed with more than 500,000 donated relief items to support people affected by Hurricane Maria and Hurricane Dorian

We’ve supported victims of more than 37 natural disasters in over 10 countries

Supporting communities after a natural disaster

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During times of disaster, you can visit www.amazon.com/disasterrelief for quick links for you to use to make donations to nonprofit organizations providing disaster relief to impacted areas.