Companies Pledge Millions for Hurricane Katrina Relief

State Farm Insurance: $1 million.

Target: $1.5 million.

Time Warner: $1.25 million.

Turner Broadcasting: $250,000.

Toyota: $5 million.

Turner Foundation: $1 million.

United Tech: $1 million to the American Red Cross and an employee matching program, which matches contributions greater than $25 until the end of September.

Valero: $1 million. Also donating fuel trucks, food, supplies, etc.

Verizon Communications: Company will donate double the amount employees contribute to the Red Cross.

Wal-Mart: $1 million to the Salvation Army.

The Walt Disney Company: (ABC News' parent company): $2.5 million to the relief and rebuilding efforts -- $1 million to the American Red Cross, $1 million to rebuilding efforts targeted at children's charities and the remaining $500,000 to volunteer centers.

Wyeth: Will donate antibiotics and nonprescription pain relievers.

The Associated Press contributed to this report.

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