Adobe and its employees always step up in times of need. As a responsible corporate citizen Adobe has always extended its support to the communities in case of crisis and natural calamities.
Disaster Relief Programs in Japan, Sikkim and Orissa: Donated over US$850,000 across affected areas
Adobe India, with the help of the International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies donated funds towards disaster affected areas in 2011. With the help of our partners, Adobe supported affected people with shelter materials, non-food items, first aid services, as well as clean water.
Tsunami Relief Program- Adobe Systems & Employees donated over US$700,000 for Tsunami rehabilitation.
In the hour of need Adobe and its employees stood by the survivors and contributed toward rebuilding communities and lives. The situation required significant repair and reconstruction.
Working to Help Rebuild the Cuddalore district, Tamil Nadu.
Providing livelihood opportunities to fishermen assumed critical importance as they were the worst hit by the disaster. Twenty fiber-reinforced plastic boats and nets were donated (catered to 100 families in the fishing communities) in the Cuddalore district of Tamil Nadu in Southern India. The first year's insurance coverage for these boats was also paid by Adobe.
A dilapidated school was also reconstructed and furnished for the benefit of the youth in the community.
Flood relief Program for Bihar district
Through implementation partner, GOONJ, Adobe donated US$100,000 for the Bihar flood relief program, “VAAPSI”.
This program aims at providing livelihood kits to the local people to help them move forward and start making a living. The grant supports more than 2,500 families in need in the flood affected areas.
In addition to the corporate grant, employees from Adobe India donated several truck-loads of relief material and a cash grant of 7 lakhs (US$26,000) including the matching grant from Adobe.