Pakistan Floods- company contributions to humanitarian aid

Compiled by Business & Human Rights Resource Centre
Note: These are examples of significant company contributions, not a comprehensive list.

Harris [part of BMO Financial] Supports Red Cross Flood Relief Efforts in Pakistan
, Sacramento Bee [USA], 25 Aug 2010

PM appreciates Korean government, people for support, Associated Press of Pakistan, 25 Aug 2010
[refers to Daewoo, Doosan Heavy Industries, Express, K-Water, LG Electronics, Lotte, Poongasan, POSCO, Sambu Construction, Sammi-Daewoo, Samsung]

General Mills Foundation Donates $250,000 for Relief in Pakistan (press release), 24 Aug 2010

RBC donates $100000 to assist Pakistan flood victims (press release), 23 Aug 2010

Chinese company donates 1000 ton Rice for flood victims, The Nation [Pakistan], 23 Aug 2010
[refers to China Asia International Finance, Khadim Ali Shah Bukhari]

Western Union Commits $100,000 to Flood Relief Efforts in Pakistan (press release), 23 Aug 2010

Update: U.S. Response to Pakistan’s Flooding Disaster [scroll to ‘Private Sector Response’], U.S. Department of State, 23 Aug 2010
[refers to Abbott Labs, Agility Logistics, AgriTech, AT&T, Al-Bario Engineering, Becton Dickinson, Chevron Pakistan, Cisco Foundation, Coca-Cola Export Corporation & Coca-Cola Beverages Pakistan Ltd., DuPont, EMC, Environment Consultancies & Options, Feros Sons Laboratories, General Electric, Hadayat Sons, Johnson & Johnson, Kabani & Company,  Levi Strauss Pakistan, MDS Foods, Monsanto, Procter & Gamble, Pfizer Pakistan, Silver Star Enterprises, 3M, Visa, Wackenhut Pakistan (part of G4S)]

BASF supports flood victims in Pakistan with €250,000 (press release), 20 Aug 2010

Rogers Communications donates funds and launches text-to-donate campaign to help with Pakistan flood relief efforts, Voice of Toronto, 20 Aug 2010

Businessmen directly helping flood victims, Aamir Shafaat Khan, Dawn [Pakistan], 19 Aug 2010
[refers to Getz Pharma, GlaxoSmithKline, Lakson Tobacco Company (part of Philip Morris), Sui Southern Gas]

P&G [Procter & Gamble] and World Vision Respond to Pakistan Flood - Over 50 Million Liters of Clean Water Provided for Flood Victims (press release), 17 Aug 2010

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16 August 2010
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Autor/in: Procter & Gamble

Procter & Gamble and its partners will provide over 50 million liters (13.2 million gallons) of clean drinking water and product donations locally to help flood victims in Pakistan. Product donations include Safeguard bar soap, Ariel laundry...