FedEx | Delivering for Good

FedEx | Delivering for Good

Doing what we do best for those who need it most.

When disaster strikes, and there’s not a moment to lose, our people mobilize the FedEx global fleet and use deep shipping expertise to provide urgently-needed supplies quickly and efficiently to relief organizations.

Even when there’s no emergency, FedEx gets the call to transport other precious cargo safely. Whether it be a rare Tyrannosaurus Rex skeleton, an antique carousel or giant pandas from China for a zoo on the other side of the world, we do more than deliver — we deliver for good.

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Transporting Today's Tech for Tomorrow's Leaders
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Salvation Army Uses New Vehicle Donation to Help Homeless and Disaster Victims
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VIDEO | FedEx Delivers Relief Supplies to Puerto Rico
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USO Holiday Care Packages Hit the Deck & Deck the Halls
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FedEx Responded to Hurricane Matthew Aftermath
For more information on the Hurricane Matthew relief effort, please visit our blog:  
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