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15 Companies Helping Sandy Victims

Riley Mullins (R) helps distribute donated food as part of the Street Life Ministries on Avenue A in the East Village  Novemb
Riley Mullins (R) helps distribute donated food as part of the Street Life Ministries on Avenue A in the East Village November 1, 2012 in New York as the city recovers from the effects of Hurricane Sandy. AFP PHOTO/Stan HONDA (Photo credit should read STAN HONDA/AFP/Getty Images)

With all the talk of fake charities and scam artists trying to take advantage of hurricane victims, it's easy to overlook the people and corporations who are going out of their way to help those affected by Sandy. But they're out there.

Donations to help victims of the hurricane have already reached $11 million, Yahoo Finance reports. But in addition to donations, many companies have also found other ways to help; from waiving fees to offering free shipping, corporate America is letting it's altruistic side show.

Check out these super cool corporations:

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