Walmart President and CEO Doug McMillon (left), Harry Connick Jr., EVP of Corporate Affairs Dan Bartlett and former Mississippi Gov. Haley Barbour attended the K10 Thought Leaders Forum in New Orleans, LA.
New Orleans Mayor Mitch Landrieu reflected on Walmart's contribution to the disaster relief efforts after Hurricane Katrina.
Walmart President and CEO Doug McMillon reflects on Walmart's contribution and determination to support the affected areas of the Gulf Coast after Hurricane Katrina.
Members of a panel discussion addressed what before, during and after disaster relief support looks like.
Volunteers hand out supplies at the Super Dome after Hurricane Katrina
A panoramic view of the Walmart EOC fully activated for Hurricane Sandy Walmart Home Office, Bentonville, Ark., Oct. 2012 1.53 MB | 5040 x 1568
Walmart associate and staff meteorologist Lucas McDonald watches Hurricane Sandy at the EOC in the Walmart Home Office Oct. 2012 0.54 MB | 2144 x 1424
Walmart associates and executives gather in the Emergency Operations Center (EOC) to prepare stores and clubs for Hurricane Sandy Walmart Home Office, Bentonville, Ark., Oct. 2012 0.52 MB | 2144 x 1424
Walmart associates prepare for Hurricane Sandy Walmart Home Office, Bentonville, Ark., Oct. 2012 0.37 MB | 1424 x 2144
American Red Cross volunteers visit a Sam's Club to prepare for Hurricane Sandy Oct. 2012 0.48 MB | 2048 x 1536
Walmart U.S. COO Gisel Ruiz and Walmart SVP Ken Senser meet to prepare stores and clubs for Hurricane Sandy Walmart Home Office, Bentonville, Ark., Oct. 2012 0.43 MB | 2144 x 1424
Walmart associates and executives meet in the Eastern Seaboard EOC to prepare for Hurricane Sandy. Charlotte, N.C., Oct. 2012 1.64 MB | 2592 x 1936
Walmart associates meet in the Emergency Operations Center to prepare stores and clubs for Hurricane Sandy Walmart Home Office, Bentonville, Ark., Oct. 2012 0.48 MB | 2144 x 1424
A load of relief merchandise crosses over the George Washington Bridge to go towards communities affected by Hurricane Sandy.
Given the tremendous devastation across the region due to Hurricane Sandy, Walmart has been in constant contact with state, city and local agencies to understand the specific needs of impacted communities, to listen and to act. In addition to providing food and personal care products like diapers and shelter supplies, we now have scheduled the delivery of about 1 million bottles of water, half going to the five boroughs of New York City and half going to the state of New Jersey. Nov. 2012 0.20 MB | 1600 x 1066
Walmart has pledged up to $1.5 million to our disaster relief partners (American Red Cross, Salvation Army, Feeding America) to help with relief efforts in the hardest hit areas to ensure the essential needs of residents are being met. Nov. 2012 0.18 MB | 1600 x 1066
Gov. Chris Christie and Jennifer Hoehn of Walmart Nov. 2012 4.44 MB | 5760 x 3840
Walmart provides bottled water to communities impacted by Hurricane Sandy Nov. 2012 3.36 MB | 5760 x 3840
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On Nov. 4, 2012, Walmart, Sam's Club and Johnsonville provided hot meals for those affected by or responding to the devastation and mass power outages of Hurricane Sandy. 3.78 MB | 3264 x 2448
Walmart, Sam's Club and Johnsonville provided hot meals in Secaucus, NJ, after Hurricane Sandy. Nov. 2012 3.95 MB | 3264 x 2448
Gov. Andrew Cuomo and Walmart U.S. Chief Operating Officer Gisel Ruiz speak at a press conference on Nov. 4, 2012. 0.57 MB | 3000 x 2180
Gov. Andrew Cuomo and Walmart U.S. Chief Operating Officer Gisel Ruiz speak about hurricane relief efforts before a press conference on Nov. 4, 2012. 0.61 MB | 3000 x 2105
Walmart works with the National Guard after Hurricane Sandy to deliver supplies to those in need. Nov. 2012 0.45 MB | 3000 x 2000