ServiceNow increases its commitment to COVID-19 relief


ServiceNow increases its committement to COVID-19 relief

ServiceNow is proud to announce that we will donate an additional $1.125 million to support nonprofits fighting the COVID-19 pandemic.

This represents an expansion of our COVID-19 response effort. On March 16 we launched our Customer Care Plan, which includes four free-of-charge community apps to help our customers, including government agencies and enterprises, manage their emergency response workflows. These apps have since been downloaded by more than 1,000 organizations worldwide.  At its core, ServiceNow is a purpose-driven company. We have a responsibility and an opportunity to help our employees and customers, as well as communities around the world.

Utilizing our workflow technology, financial resources and dedicated workforce, we are doing our part to help respond to this global health pandemic.

In addition to the combined $100,000 donation we made in March to the CDC Foundation and International Medical Corps, we will make grants to additional nonprofits that are helping communities at the local, national and global level, including:

American Red Cross
Mayor’s Fund to Advance New York City
Second Harvest of Silicon Valley
United Nations Foundation
Silicon Valley Community Foundation

These additional grants will help address a number of relief efforts related to COVID-19, including providing meals and personal protective equipment for front-line hospital staff and other essential workers, food and housing support for needy individuals and families, grants and low-interest loans for small businesses, and more.

Our total global impact goal of $1.5 million includes $1.225 million in corporate grants and an additional $275,000 raised through our employee giving campaigns. We’ve committed to match employee donations (up to $10,000 per employee and up to $125,000 in total) to nonprofits addressing the COVID-19 pandemic in the local communities where our employees live and work.

I’m incredibly proud to work for ServiceNow and to see firsthand the commitment of our leaders and employees around the world in responding to this global pandemic.  We hope our Global Impact grants and employee giving campaigns will help first responders, essential workers and communities at large get through this pandemic and emerge even stronger on the other side.

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