Out for Delivery
Get the latest news from Amazon, top stories you may have missed, and
Editor's picks delivered right to your inbox.
Sign Up

Amazon Future Engineer offers free and creative coding coursework

Computer science learning opportunities are available for U.S. students, teachers, and parents during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Driving design to combat climate change

Delivery associates helped design Amazon’s new fleet of electric delivery vehicles with safety and sustainability in mind.

COVID-19 update: More ways Amazon is supporting employees and contractors

The health and safety of our employees and contractors around the world continues to be our top priority as we face the challenges and questions associated with COVID-19.

Helping local small businesses through the impacts of COVID-19

Amazon is creating a $5 million Neighborhood Small Business Relief Fund to provide cash grants to Seattle small businesses that need assistance.

Amazon provides first batch of grants to neighbors losing business due to COVID-19

Small businesses near our headquarters invited to apply for help from $5 million Neighborhood Small Business Relief Fund.

Amazon contributes $1 million to a new Seattle Foundation fund for community members affected by COVID-19

Learn about the newly formed COVID-19 Response Fund made up of philanthropy, government, and business partners in the Puget Sound-area, and how you can contribute to help.

Amazon stands with our Nashville neighbors

Delivering relief to people affected by the Tennessee tornadoes.

$1 million donation to Arlington community to fight COVID-19 outbreak

Donations to support the four largest local community foundations and five local food providers serving residents of our HQ2 location.

Women powering Amazon

Building the future on behalf of Amazon customers.

Amazon champions women-owned businesses

The company announces a year-long partnership with International Women’s Day and launches first-of-its-kind collaboration with fashion icon Diane von Furstenberg supporting sellers, Amazonians, and artists.

Why Amazon cares about teaching computer science to thousands of students

A first-person account of how Amazon is helping students from underserved communities pursue education and careers in computer science.

The power of seeing their art on Amazon's walls

To beautify offices at its headquarters and Tech Hubs, Amazon buys art from an organization created to help artists experiencing homelessness.