“We are hopeful that this initiative can make a meaningful difference for the thousands of families in Haiti that are in desperate need of shelter after this disaster,” said Jeff Wilke, CEO of Amazon Worldwide Consumer, “I’m grateful to Keith for pulling us all together so quickly and trying to make an impact.”
“My heart goes out to those affected in Haiti by Hurricane Matthew and I’m proud to support New Story as they provide 100% of all donations to these families in need,” said Sridhar Ramaswamy, SVP of Google.
Other supporters include: DocuSign Impact Foundation, Salesforce, Byron Deeter – Partner of Bessemer Ventures, John Battelle – CEO of NewCo, Nick Mehta – CEO of Gainsight, Rob Bernshteyn – CEO of Coupa, Robert Hohman – CEO of Glassdoor, Robin Washington – CFO of Gilead, Ron Conway – Managing Partner of SV Angel, Ryan Holmes – CEO of Hootsuite, Tod Nielsen, Tom Mendoza – Vice Chairman of NetApp.
“We’re proud to be part of raising awareness and rallying people around this important initiative. New Story’s noble effort will bring support and hope to the resilient people in Haiti,” said Lew Cirne, CEO of New Relic.
Through the 1-1-1 model of integrated corporate philanthropy, Salesforce has already done impactful work in Haiti. Salesforce quickly stepped up to match up to $100,000 and provide much-needed aid to these hurricane victims.
“Salesforce is proud to support this disaster relief initiative through our 1-1-1 model to help provide impactful solutions for families in Haiti recovering from Hurricane Matthew,” said Suzanne DiBianca, EVP and Chief Philanthropy Officer, Salesforce.