Typhoon Michael created chaos in Florida on Oct. 10.

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Typhoon Michael made landfall in Florida on Wednesday, and the damage is currently accumulating. Fortunately, 2 of the world’s most important tech business are contributing to assist the victims.

On Wednesday, Google CEO Sundar Pinchai stated the business will contribute $1 million to healing efforts for Typhoon Michael. Furthermore, Google has actually triggered SOS informs for individuals residing in the impacted locations.

That exact same day, Apple CEO Tim Cook likewise tweeted that Apple will contribute to help Typhoon Michael relief.

Cook matured in the Florida Gulf Coast and states that it holds an unique location in his heart. This isn’t the very first time Apple has actually contributed to typhoon relief– or perhaps the very first time this year. Simply last month Apple contributed $1 million to the Red Cross in action to Typhoon Florence. In 2017 it contributed $5 million to assist Typhoon Harvey relief efforts, in addition to accepting contributions through iTunes

Google likewise raised $1 million for Typhoon Florence

Other business like Esmark, Humana and JCPenney have actually likewise contributed to assist Typhoon Michael relief efforts.

Apple didn’t right away react to an ask for remark.