The Home Depot Foundation is committed to short-term response and long-term recovery in communities impacted by natural disasters.
Each year, the Foundation and Team Depot, Home Depot’s associate volunteer force, prepare before disaster strikes by pre-stocking nonprofit partner warehouses and Home Depot distribution centers with relief supplies for quick deployment in the immediate wake of a storm.
With the help of Team Depot and nonprofit partners, including the Team Rubicon, Convoy of Hope, Operation Blessing, American Red Cross, World Central Kitchen and others, the Foundation is able to provide immediate support, resources and relief supplies to communities in need.
Our corporate merchandising, supply chain and operations teams move necessary product and equipment to stores in strike zones, and our stores often become command centers for first responders and relief agencies.
Through nonprofit partners, the Foundation continues to work in impacted communities for years to come to ensure long-term recovery in the area.
So far in 2022, The Home Depot Foundation has committed more than $5.5 million for disaster preparedness, response and long-term recovery, including annual grants and a $300,000 commitment for flooding in Kentucky and surrounding states.
Our associate volunteer force stands ready to serve communities in need.
Our national nonprofit partners make the work of the Foundation possible.