Investing in our communities
Amazon Fulfillment has long been committed to investing in and giving back to the communities where our employees live and work. We’re proud of the impact we’ve made to local communities, including employment opportunities, support for local causes and the investments we’ve made in our fulfillment centers. Continue Reading
Community impact
For Amazon Fulfillment, it’s important to us to give back in areas that make real impact and support communities, job creation, education, and training the next generation of innovators for the jobs of the future.

Photo gallery: Opening kids’ eyes to the wonders of STEM

What do you get when you take a group of middle schoolers and give them robots, Kindles, bowling pins, and a bonus surprise? You get a group of very excited and eager-to-learn middle schoolers.

Feeding a sense of community in Chattanooga

Amazon has helped spark a bustling food truck scene outside its warehouse in Tennessee, which keeps employees well-fed and local businesses booming.
Tour an Amazon fulfillment center

See the magic that happens after you click ‘buy’ on Amazon.com by touring one of our fulfillment centers and seeing first-hand how we deliver for our customers. Search for a location and book for yourself or for groups of up to thirty people (over 6 years of age, please). Let's start with your email address so we can contact you about your reservation.

 

Find a tour near you
First, search for or select a fulfillment center location near you, or near somewhere you plan to travel. Then let us know how many people you'd like in your group. We'll find the upcoming dates and times available for your group size.
Community engagement
We make contributions to the community in many ways: through hundreds of local and national grants made every year across North America; through thousands of employee volunteer hours; and through the donation of products from our inventory to local nonprofits.
Economic impact
Since 2011, Amazon has invested more than $160 billion in the U.S., from fulfillment centers, to cloud computing infrastructure, to compensation to its employees. These investments have added an additional $100 billion to the U.S. gross domestic product (GDP) due to their ripple effect through the economy.
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"These people are my family"

More than a job, a manager finds an extended family through her Amazon co-workers after her daughter’s cancer diagnosis.

#GoGold takes to the skies

A sleek new look for one Amazon Air plane aims to raise awareness for childhood cancer.

Amazon’s efforts to address homelessness expand to Washington, D.C.

How we're supporting Friendship Place as they work to prevent and end homelessness for hundreds of people in D.C. each year.
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