Corporate donations raised in the immediate aftermath of Hurricane Harvey, which struck two weeks ago, totaled about $160 million.
A fundraising effort called Hand in Hand, backed by Verizon, Apple and other major companies, is hosting a televised fundraiser on Tuesday at 8 p.m. ET. Beyoncé and Oprah Winfrey are among the celebrities who have signed on.
Here is a running list of all the ways companies have promised to help, both for Harvey and Irma relief.
Apple: Donated $3 million to the Red Cross in addition to pledging $5 million for the Hand in Hand effort.
Ashley Furniture: Promised to contribute products and subsidize furniture purchases up to $2 million for hurricane victims in Texas and Florida.
AT&T: Donating $1.4 million to relief efforts in the Caribbean and U.S. states hurt by Harvey and Irma. The company previously announced it would contribute at least $250,000 to help communities after Harvey.
Bank of America: Donating more than $3.5 million to victims of the two storms, including $754,000 donated by bank employees, which the company matched.
Citi: In the wake of Irma, the Citi Foundation committed a $1 million donation to the Red Cross, bringing its total hurricane relief contributions to $2 million.
Dick's Sporting Goods: The company and its foundation have pledged a combined $5.5 million to hurricane relief. That includes $3.5 million worth of clothing and footwear and $2 million "to rebuild and refurbish youth sports programs and facilities" in affected areas.
Discover: Pledging $1 million to American Red Cross. The company is also matching up to $1 million in donations to the American Red Cross by its card members.
Disney: Pledging $2.5 million in humanitarian aid for Florida, the Caribbean and other places hit by Irma. Says it raised almost $16 million for Harvey relief.
Goldman Sachs: Committed to giving $500,000 to organizations involved in the "immediate search, clean-up and recovery efforts" after Harvey struck the Gulf Coast. After Irma, the company promised $500,000 more.
Home Depot: Pledged $2 million for Harvey and Irma relief.
Humana: Says its Humana Foundation will donate $1 million to the Red Cross for Irma relief.
IBM: Has pledged $4 million. It says $2 million will go toward Harvey relief and $2 million toward helping Irma victims.
JPMorgan Chase: Says it will donate $1 million to support Irma relief in the U.S. and the Caribbean. Funding goes to the Red Cross, International Medical Corps and local nonprofits. Also donated $1 million to Harvey relief.
Lowe's: Committed to $1 million for Irma relief in cash and "product donations," after donating another $1 million for Harvey relief.
Panda Express: Committed to raising $3 million in stores and donating $1 million.
PayPal: A sponsor of Hand in Hand, PayPal is donating $100,000 to Save the Children and $100,000 more to the Red Cross for Irma relief. It's also launching a campaign to raise money from donors. A similar campaign for Harvey relief raised more than $4 million from 81,000 donors.
Qualcomm: Says it gave $1 million to the Center for Disaster Philanthropy. Qualcomm gave $1 million more to various disaster relief organizations after Harvey struck Texas.
Target: Pledged up to $1 million to Irma relief organizations, including the Red Cross, Habitat for Humanity, the Salvation Army, UNICEF and Save the Children. This is in addition to a $3.5 million donation for Harvey relief.
UnitedHealthcare: Announced a donation of $1 million for Irma relief, and also a 2-to-1 match for employee donations. It previously promised $4.3 million in "cash and medicines" after Harvey.
Verizon: After announcing a $10 million commitment after Harvey, Verizon said it would donate $2.5 million to Hand in Hand.
Walmart: Has committed to donating up to $30 million to hurricane relief.
Wells Fargo: Pledged $1.1 million to Irma relief efforts in Florida and the Caribbean, nearly half to the Red Cross. The company said its customers have donated, via ATMs, nearly $1.7 million to the Red Cross for Harvey relief.