The power of breakfast
Working with Share Our Strength’s No Kid Hungry program to help deliver breakfast to students in need. Read more
Our communities
Amazon has long been committed to communities where our employees live and work. Today, we’re diving deeper than ever to provide innovative, creative and unique ways to support communities across the world. We are focused on our neighbors in immediate need – families fighting homelessness, hunger, and natural disasters.

We are focused on the next generation – providing resources and igniting passion for STEM education. We follow the energy of our employees – we encourage Amazonians to champion the causes and organizations that are near and dear to their hearts. These are just some of our efforts to support our neighbors.

Support a cause that matters to you

Through AmazonSmile Charity Lists, customers can purchase and donate items to the charities they support.

"Alexa, what’s my election update?"

A behind-the-scenes look at Amazon’s approach to expanding Alexa’s knowledge to bring customers relevant, helpful, and timely election information.

Amazon Literary Partnership

Helping writers tell their stories and find their readers.

Investing in recycling solutions to protect the planet

Amazon’s $10 million investment will help Closed Loop Fund improve recycling for millions of households.

In photos: Giving people a FareStart at building better lives through food

The challenges of homelessness, poverty, and joblessness often seem overwhelmingly difficult to overcome.

Taking poverty off the table

Giving people a FareStart at building better lives through food.

#DeliveringSmiles across North America

A fleet of Amazon's Treasure Truck and Amazon trucks are delivering toys and gifts across the U.S. and Canada
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Building a community

Check out never-before-seen sketches of the new Mary's Place permanent shelter at Amazon.

“If you can help, you must”

St. Mary's Center reached their $1 million donation match from Amazon.

A $2 million running start to stop homelessness

Thanks to generous donors and supporters, Washington, D.C.-based Friendship Place met their $1 million match offer from Amazon.

Mapping opportunity

Amazon employees accelerate effort to bring computer science to all U.S. high schools.

The magic of science

Lost in Oz helps ignite passion for STEM education.

Grown in 60 seconds

Three years ago, the team officially broke ground on The Spheres. Watch how the building came together, all in this one-minute timelapse.

Stop and smell the corpse flower

This rare plant usually takes about seven years to produce its first bloom, and just bloomed at the Spheres.

$100 million donated to charities through AmazonSmile

Charities doing work in local communities and around the world are benefiting from AmazonSmile donations.

"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.

glamazonians celebrate Pride around the world

With over 40 chapters around the world, see how our glamazonians celebrated Pride.

An intern's experience

A Q&A with an intern through the Year Up nonprofit, on her experience at Amazon.
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Amazon to build a permanent Mary's Place family shelter within its Seattle headquarters

This first-of-its-kind partnership will include 65 rooms, sheltering more than 200 homeless women, children, and families each night.

This Navy fighter pilot found a new mission with Amazon

As head of Amazon Air, Sarah Rhoads is one of thousands of veterans working at Amazon.

FareStart finds additional space at Amazon

A few years ago, Amazon had to decide whether or not we wanted to move to the suburbs, where it would be less expensive and easier to expand, or stay in our long-time home, urban Seattle. The answer was quite obvious – we decided to stay in the city for a multitude of reasons.
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