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Nurturing Entire Well-being

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Delta recognizes the importance of nurturing all aspects of well-being—physical, emotional, social and financial—that connect members of our communities to more flourishing lives.
Delta’s investment in the well-being of our communities in 2021 included:
Igniting a partnership with the National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI), the nation’s largest grassroots mental health organization
Providing 2 million pounds of food annually to combat food insecurity through 23 Feeding America Food Banks across four continents
Completing our 276th home build with Habitat for Humanity since 1995, this time in Los Angeles, as we continue to support safe, decent and affordable housing for those in need
Supporting eight Covenant House chapters globally to provide housing and support services to homeless youth
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Delta’s commitment to equity also extends throughout our approach to well-being, with recent initiatives including:
Supporting Children's Healthcare of Atlanta's Hughes Spalding Hospital programs, with an emphasis in behavioral and mental health, the Aflac Cancer and Blood Disorders Center and Sickle Cell Disease Program and mobile patient care vehicle
Championing Grady Health Foundation’s Food as Medicine Program, which provides equitable access to healthy, affordable food for the Grady community
Partnering with YMCA of Metro Atlanta to help increase accessibility to high-quality childcare for families

A Long-Lasting Partnership: Delta and The American Red Cross

Delta and the American Red Cross celebrated 80 years of partnership in 2021, marking Delta’s longest nonprofit partnership, which originated in WWII.
As the American Red Cross faced surging hospital demand and blood drive cancellations during another year of the pandemic, Delta remained steadfast in donating the gift of life through 264 blood drives across the system, which landed Delta as American Red Cross’ No. 1 corporate blood drive sponsor for the fourth year in a row.
Delta also continues to serve as an Annual Disaster Giving partner at the $1 million level. In addition, Delta donated $250,000 to Hurricane Ida relief and $100,000 for earthquake relief in Haiti.
Delta also sponsored the American Red Cross’ Sound the Alarm program, which has led to the installation of more than 100,000 free smoke alarms in 100 high-risk U.S. cities.

The Delta Difference Brings Afghans Safely to the U.S.

Delta supported the federal government’s mission to bring Afghan refugees safely from Kabul to the U.S. as part of the activation of the Civil Reserve Air Fleet (CRAF), with Delta completing 40 missions carrying 9,885 passengers over the course of three weeks.
The journey for the evacuees was long, with several flights over the course of days, and Delta people stepped up to provide an “Overnight Delta Kit” for evacuees complete with travel basics, including personal hygiene products, snacks and a message from Delta.
In addition to the kits, Delta helped ship 40,000 pounds of American Red Cross supplies to use overseas at military bases.
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