Bain Capital Relief Fund Impact
By the Numbers
Responded to around the globe
Given to help organizations deploy aid quickly and effectively
Received grants to help with relief and reconstruction efforts
Donated to support communities in the wake of natural disasters
In October, 2018, the Relief Fund made a grant to the Operation HOPE Disaster Fund, which supported communities in the Florida panhandle affected by Hurricane Michael.
In April 2019, the Relief Fund made two grants to support relief and reconstruction in Nebraska after severe flooding of the Platte River: Habitat for Humanity of Omaha and the Grand Island Community Foundation
In November 2020, the Relief Fund made a grant to UNICEF to support relief and reconstruction efforts in Central America following back to back Hurricanes Eta and Iota.
In October 2021, the Relief Fund made two grants to support suffering and displaced Afghans after violence in Afghanistan worsened in intensity and spread in reach causing nearly 6 million to be driven out of their homes and their country: International Rescue Committee (IRC) and International Refugee Assistance Project (IRAP)
After another wave of devastating wildfires in California, the Relief Fund made a grant in October 2021 to support relief and reconstruction: California Community Foundation’s Wildfire Recovery Fund
In October 2021, the Relief Fund made a grant to support relief and reconstruction in Haiti following an earthquake that decimated much of the southern part of the country: Haiti Development Institute’s (HDI) Earthquake Response Fund
In October 2021, the Relief Fund made a grant to support reconstruction in Louisiana following Hurricane Ida, the second-most damaging and intense hurricane in the state: Rebuilding Together
In December 2021, the Relief Fund made two grants to support relief and reconstruction in Kentucky after the state experienced the most devastating series of tornadoes in the state’s history: Team Western Kentucky Tornado Relief Fund and World Central Kitchen