Times of crises unite us. As the coronavirus unleashes its devastating impact, Nasdaq-listed companies are leading efforts to assist local communities worldwide. From developing a cure to giving video conferencing software to displaced students to raising the wages of hourly workers, these companies are united in their unwavering belief that we are stronger together.
Client Tower PSAs
Responding to COVID
Our strong history of collaboration with Adaptive gives us the ability to immediately mobilize our combined resources to help address the urgency in controlling the COVID-19 pandemic.
Helping Hospitals & Healthcare Workers
Donating Proceeds from New #ThankYouHeroes Action Figures
Mattel launched #ThankYouHeroes, a new, special edition line of collectible action figures and Little People Community Champions, that honors the individuals leading the fight against COVID-19 as well as the everyday heroes who are working to keep communities up and running. All net proceeds will go to #FirstRespondersFirst, an initiative created to support first responder healthcare workers.
Offering Ventilators Free of Cost
"We have extra FDA-approved ventilators. Will ship to hospitals worldwide within Tesla delivery regions. Device & shipping cost are free. Only requirement is that the vents are needed immediately for patients, not stored in a warehouse."- Elon Musk via Twitter
Producing Face Shields for Medical Personnel
SmileDirectClub has swiftly begun 3D printing medical-grade face shields for healthcare workers, with the capacity to print up to 7,500 face shields per day. The company is accepting orders from healthcare organizations and governmental bodies across the U.S. and in Canada. Inquiries and orders can be submitted to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Offering a Free Pair of Shoes to U.S. Healthcare Workers
Crocs announced its “A Free Pair for Healthcare” program, providing healthcare workers across the United States the opportunity to get a free pair of shoes, from select Crocs Classic Clogs to Crocs At Work™ styles, with free shipping through its website at www.crocs.com/freeforhealthcare.
Tech Takes the Initiative
Google is offering $800+ million to support small- and medium-sized businesses (SMBs), health organizations and governments, and health workers on the frontline of this global pandemic.
Apple sourced 10 million masks for the U.S. and millions more for the hardest hit regions in Europe.
Cisco is committing $225 million in cash, in-kind, and planned-giving to support both the global and local response to COVID-19.
Amazon is hiring 100,000 warehouse and delivery workers amid coronavirus pandemic. The company will also raise pay by $2 an hour for warehouse and delivery employees through April.
Facebook is offering $100 million in cash grants and ad credits for up to 30,000 eligible small businesses in over 30 countries.
Qurate Retail Group commits $10 million to support urgent needs in its communities worldwide and provides $19 million in emergency pay/benefits for its team.Press Release LEARN MORE
Messages to our Communities
Taking Care of Students
We are releasing temporary access to our digital platform – MedCel – free of charge for other medical education institutions over the next two months, extendable for the duration of the pandemic.Press Release, Investor Relations LEARN MORE
We’re all focused on how to best protect and support our families, employees, customers and communities in the face of this unfolding crisis.Shantanu Narayen, CEO LEARN MORE
While reports of pets testing positive for COVID-19 can be distressing for pet parents, we want to reiterate that COVID-19 is currently considered a primarily human to human disease.
Nasdaq COVID-19 Center
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