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Haiti's top corporate donors

More than 350 companies donated over $146.8 million to help with Haiti earthquake relief, according to a report by the U.S. Chamber of Commerce, which tracks corporate donations to disaster relief. Here are 8 companies that gave the most.

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Teva Pharmaceuticals
Teva Pharmaceuticals
A local doctor administers antibiotics to a boy at a medical camp run by one of Teva's charity partners outside of Port-au-Prince.
Amount donated: $7 million in products

Within four days of the quake, the world's largest maker of generic drugs had sent antibiotics, pain meds and even anxiety and depression drugs to Haiti.

Instructing crews in its Pennsylvania distribution center to quickly load palettes onto trucks, Teva took $7 million in products directly from its supply chain, said Bill Marth, CEO of the company's North America division.

Teva's U.S. employees also donated $100,000, which the company matched.

"We saw people who don't have high executive level positions writing $1,000 checks," Marth said. "It was amazing."



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Last updated February 26 2010: 6:25 PM ET
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