A cook smiles at customers from behind the line at Maslow's, by FareStart, in Seattle, WA.
Maslow's by FareStart

Amazon donates $3.9 million to expand computer science education in Virginia

The Amazon Future Engineer donation includes virtual resources, training for over 12,000 teachers and curriculum to students whose schools closed due to COVID-19.

How we’re helping our HQ communities

Find out more about some of the ways Amazon is supporting local businesses, schools, and organizations in Arlington, Virginia and the Seattle region during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Delivering 6 million meals to underserved and vulnerable populations

Amazon supports food banks across the U.S., and the world, to deliver shelf-stable groceries to those in need.

Look for the rainbows

Amid the COVID‑19 pandemic, children around the world are displaying rainbows in their windows (and inspiring Amazon).

Laptops donated and online resources provided to thousands of AP computer science students

Amazon will begin offering comprehensive support and new online learning and prep opportunities to high school students ahead of at-home AP Computer Science exams.

Amazon donates 8,200 laptops to Seattle Public Schools families

The donation will help close the continuous learning gap for all students during the COVID‑19 pandemic.

Amazon provides 73,000 meals to elderly and vulnerable Seattle-area residents during the pandemic

Amazon, working with a Seattle catering company, will distribute meals to over 2,700 elderly and medically-vulnerable residents in Seattle and King County over the course of a month.

$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.

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.
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