In 2015, a famous photograph of a toddler’s body on a Turkish beach evoked a global reaction. International corporations quickly responded by donating an unprecedented $17 million to refugee aid in one week to help Syrian refugees.This massive donation is the embodiment of the shift that is going on in the corporate business world. While the donations might go higher, their efforts also go deeper. Forward-thinking companies now look to bring their core capabilities and resources to a humanitarian crisis. Many of today’s crises cannot be solved by money alone. Large corporations can bring specific resources and knowledge to solve complex problems such as economic, social, political and environmental conflict. To make this as effective as it can possibly be, close collaboration with humanitarian organizations is key. The organizations listed below are the humanitarian spin-offs invoked by large corporations and go further than making donations alone.