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    Kodak Pledges $100,000 to Haiti
    The Eastman Kodak Charitable Trust today announced a $100,000
    donation to the American Red Cross relief efforts helping survivors of
    the Jan. 12 earthquake in Haiti.
    January  2010ROCHESTER, N.Y.–The
    Eastman Kodak Charitable Trust today announced a $100,000 donation to
    the American Red Cross relief efforts helping survivors of the Jan. 12
    earthquake in Haiti.”No words can fully describe the challenges facing
    the people of Haiti”Eastman Kodak Company’s  board of directors
    established the Eastman Kodak Charitable Trust in 1952 as a separate
    charitable entity to assist with support in Rochester and around the
    world.”No words can fully describe the challenges facing the people of
    Haiti,” said Essie L. Calhoun, Chief Diversity & Community Affairs
    Officer, who serves as President of the Eastman Kodak Charitable Trust.
    “It’s our hope that this donation from the Trust will help the Red Cross
    relieve some of the suffering in Haiti.

    Dell Assists Haiti Earthquake Victims
    will donate a total of $500,000 to UNICEF and International Red Cross
    and T-Mobile  have announced their support for the victims of the
    strong earthquake that hit Haiti and more IT companies are revealing
    their intention to make donations or otherwise offer assistance to the
    survivors. Among these corporations is Dell that has announced a
    corporate cash donation of $500,000 and an extra $250,000 worth of
    employee donations, as well as its intention to find further ways of
    offering assistance.“We are monitoring the situation and staying in
    touch with relief and other organizations to see how we can help
    further. On behalf of the Dell team worldwide, I encourage you to
    consider how you might make a difference personally by learning more
    about requirements and relief at the UNICEF and International Red Cross
    sites,” Gil Casellas, vice president of corporate responsibility for
    Dell, said.

    The devastation caused by the earthquake is
    extensive, with widespread damage having been inflicted upon public and
    business institutions, as well as the infrastructure of the Haitian
    government. The $500,000 donation is meant to assist the critical
    efforts of both UNICEF and the International Red Cross. These two
    organizations will evenly divide the funds between themselves and ensure
    that they are able to propel the aid efforts. In addition, the $250,000
    donated by the company’s employees are aimed at not only providing
    further help to the unfortunate victims of the earthquake, but also at
    inspiring others to assist in their own way.Dell has created a special
    link on its site that will easily allow any visitor to take part in the
    relief and aid efforts in any way, however small. People at Dell are
    even volunteering for organized efforts within their respective
    communities and are reaching out directly to customers and partners with
    operations in the country.The company is especially working towards
    assessing the magnitude of the impact, prioritizing its response to the
    vital information technology and also offering any other kind of

    Ricoh Aids Earthquake Relief Efforts
    in Haiti

    Our heartfelt sympathies go out to the
    people of Haiti who have been so tragically affected by the recent
    earthquake.Ricoh Company, Ltd., Tokyo will contribute 5 million Yen and
    Ricoh Americas Corporation 40 thousand US Dollars toward the relief

    Canon Group Donates $220,000 to Haiti
    Relief Efforts

    LAKE SUCCESS, N.Y. — The Canon 
    Group, including Canon Inc., Canon U.S.A., Inc. and Canon Latin America,
    Inc., today announced that they have pledged approximately $220,000 (20
    million yen) to the Haiti relief and recovery efforts, following the
    devastating earthquake that struck the region, causing extensive
    destruction and loss of life.The Canon Group is contributing to the
    relief efforts for victims of the earthquake through donations to Red
    Cross Organizations which will help to provide the people of Haiti with
    necessary supplies and services including food, water, temporary
    shelter, medical services and emotional support.”The Canon Group would
    like to express its condolences to the people of Haiti and our thoughts
    go out to all of the people that have been affected by this
    inconceivable natural disaster,” said Joe Adachi, president and chief
    executive officer, Canon U.S.A., Inc. “A tragedy of this magnitude
    requires support from the global community and it is our hope that our
    contribution, along with all of the aid coming in from around the world,
    will help the people of Haiti begin the rebuilding and healing
    process.” About Canon U.S.A., Inc. Canon U.S.A., Inc., is a leading
    provider of consumer, business-to-business, and industrial digital
    imaging solutions. Its parent company, Canon Inc., a top patent holder
    of technology, ranked third overall in the U.S. in 2008†, with global
    revenues of US $45 billion, is listed as number four in the computer
    industry on Fortune Magazine’s World’s Most Admired Companies 2009 list,
    and is on the 2009 BusinessWeek list of “100 Best Global Brands.” Canon
    U.S.A. is committed to the highest levels of customer satisfaction and
    loyalty, providing 100 percent U.S. based consumer service and support
    for all of the products it distributes. At Canon, we care because caring
    is essential to living together in harmony. Founded upon a corporate
    philosophy of Kyosei – “all people, regardless of race, religion or
    culture, harmoniously living and working together into the future” –
    Canon U.S.A. supports a number of social, youth, educational and other
    programs, including environmental and recycling initiatives. Additional
    information about these programs can be found at
    http://www.usa.canon.com/kyosei. To keep apprised of the latest news from Canon
    U.S.A., sign up for the Company’s RSS news feed by visiting