On Monday, the company said it is also donating 10,000 N95 masks to Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta, explaining that it already has enough masks for its employees and was able to donate the surplus.
The UPS Foundation also Monday announced $15 million in funding for nonprofits to help communities affected by the coronavirus.
Separately, UPS added more than 200 air cargo flights this month for Project Airbridge, the Federal Emergency Management Agency's airlift initiative to ship test kits, personal protective equipment and other supplies. Most of the shipments are going from Asia to the U.S. and Europe.
UPS has also shipped millions of 3M masks and 250 drums of hand sanitizer to the healthcare industry.
"We are delivering life-saving goods and basic necessities our customers need for their businesses and families," UPS CEO David Abney said in a written statement.