Delta Contributes More Than $1M to Ukraine Relief

Delta Air Lines has contributed $1 million to the American Red Cross and Global Red Cross Movement in support of humanitarian relief efforts in Ukraine, which are delivering needed supplies, first aid training, evacuation assistance and more.

Delta Air Lines has contributed $1 million to the American Red Cross and Global Red Cross Movement in support of humanitarian relief efforts in Ukraine, which are delivering needed supplies, first aid training, evacuation assistance and more.

Now through July 31, 2022, SkyMiles Members can join Delta in supporting people affected by the Ukraine crisis by donating miles to the American Red Cross. Delta will convert all donated miles into dollars to help provide humanitarian relief to those affected by the Ukraine crisis.

The airline also has given $100,000 to the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees to assist in providing humanitarian aid to people affected by the crisis.

Delta encourages customers and employees in the U.S. to get involved by contributing financially to the American Red Cross. For those outside the U.S., contributions can be made through the International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies website.

Delta’s contributions – and those made by Delta people, customers and others –  are used for humanitarian relief efforts, including the following from the American Red Cross:

  • Distributing more than 90,000 food and hygiene parcels to families on the move across Ukraine, including Mariupol.
  • Providing first aid training to more than 12,000 people in metro stations and bomb shelters.
  • Delivering more than 32 tons of food, blankets, medicine, medical supplies, trauma kits and household items.
  • Assisting with the evacuation of people with disabilities.
  • Distributing critical care items to over 7,000 people seeking safety from shelling in bomb shelters.

 

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