HanesBrands donated more than five trailer loads of underwear and activewear apparel to assist victims of flooding from Hurricane Harvey in Texas and the Gulf Coast.
Hanes partnered with nonprofit charity Delivering Good and North Carolina-based transportation company Glen Raven Logistics to get the
In Sept. 2016, HanesBrands donated more than 23,000 items of clothing to residents affected by devastating flooding in Louisiana.
HanesBrands partnered with Fashion Delivers, a New York based charity, to distribute three trailer loads of first-quality product, including T-shirts, socks, bras, underwear and other apparel to flood victims.
HanesBrands donated four tractor-trailer loads of apparel to assist the victims of Hurricane Sandy, the deadly storm that wreaked havoc across the northeastern U.S. in November 2012.
We paired up with Fashion Delivers, a global organization that distributes apparel and home furnishings to aid victims of disasters, to donate Hanes and Champion outerwear, fleece and underwear for men and women.
HanesBrands earned the prestigious Circle of Humanitarian award from the American Red Cross as a result of our collaborative partnering and quick donation of apparel and underwear for Hurricane Katrina survivors along the U.S. Gulf Coast,
HanesBrands donated $50,000 to the American Red Cross relief fund after a deadly earthquake destroyed parts of the Sichuan Province, China.
HanesBrands donated appliances, clothes, furniture, mattresses and financial assistance for home reconstruction to our employees in Costa Rica after the earthquake in 2009. Hanes employees around the world also donated more than $3,800 in relief funds.
To alleviate the damage in the Philippines caused by the devastation of Typhoon Ketsana, HanesBrands donated $10,000 to American Red Cross relief fund.
In October 2007, tropical storm Noel hit the Dominican Republic. During the height of the storm, HanesBrands Dos Rios Textiles facility prepared more than 3,000 hot meals and provided more than 11,500 bottles of water to employees and others staying in shelters in the Bonao community.
More than 175 of our Dominican employees registered significant losses