To contribute to ongoing relief efforts in India, Amway has donated $500,000 to a foundation led by the U.S. Chamber of Commerce. Amway is part of a coalition of leading companies, nonprofits and associations that have come together to support the COVID-19 relief efforts in India. Amway’s donations will deliver critical medical supplies and assistance to the country, including 1,000 ventilators and 25,000 oxygen concentrators.
The David & Carol Van Andel Family Foundation is also contributing $250,000 toward the efforts.
“India is on the hearts and minds of Amway’s global family,” said Amway’s CEO, Milind Pant, who is also a vice chair on the U.S. Chamber of Commerce’s U.S.-India Business Council Board of Directors. “To our colleagues and friends across India, know that we are committed to supporting you during these tough times. Thank you for your courage and determination throughout the pandemic. We will get through this together and emerge even stronger.”
Amway has been providing assistance to India throughout the pandemic with a $350,000 donation toward relief initiatives, the manufacture and donation of 12,000 units of hand sanitizer for frontline workers, and a partnership with the United Way Delhi to strengthen vaccine storage with deep freezers and a vaccination drive.