Target Donates $400,000 to Communities Affected by Hurricane Matthew

Donation to aid impacted families and support clean-up response in
U.S. and Haiti

MINNEAPOLIS–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Target Corporation (NYSE: TGT) today announced a donation of $400,000 to
assist communities in the U.S. and Caribbean affected by Hurricane
Matthew. The donation includes $100,000 in Target GiftCards to be
distributed by Salvation Army through the Multi-Agency Resource Centers
across Florida, Georgia and the Carolinas, $100,000 in funds for the
American Red Cross to provide food and shelter for impacted families and
enable a rapid clean-up response, $25,000 for Team Rubicon to aid in
clean-up and $25,000 in Target GiftCards for local organizations to
provide essential supplies. To support response and recovery in impacted
areas of the Caribbean, including Haiti, Target will donate $75,000 to
both Save the Children and UNICEF.

Target has more than 103 stores and 20,000 team members in the affected
areas. In addition to the monetary donation, Target stores are also
helping where they can, providing parking lot space to FEMA and mobile
response units and beginning to coordinate volunteer efforts for the
coming weeks.

“We were devastated to hear about the destruction caused by Hurricane
Matthew across the U.S. and the Caribbean. Our thoughts are with all of
those tragically affected by the storm – many of whom are Target guests
and team members,” says Laysha Ward, chief corporate social
responsibility officer, Target. “The need in these areas is great and
we’re honored to work with wonderful partners like the Salvation Army,
American Red Cross and UNICEF to help provide relief and comfort during
the storm recovery.”

About Target

Minneapolis-based Target Corporation (NYSE: TGT) serves guests at 1,799
stores and at Target.com. Since 1946, Target has given 5 percent of its
profit to communities, which today equals more than $4 million a week.
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Contacts

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