safety & preparedness

By working hand in hand with public partners, we’re making our stores and communities safer for our team members and guests.

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building strong, safe communities

We want to be an active part of our communities and are always looking for ways to make the neighborhoods where we do business safer for our guests and team members. Through our collaborative partnerships, we are able to provide our company's skills and resources to help create effective solutions.


good to know

  • Target provided more than $2 million to support communities impacted by a natural disaster in 2020.
  • Target has invested more than $1 billion in the health and safety of our team members and communities during the COVID-19 pandemic, including more than $15 million to global, national and local community response and vaccine equity. See a list of partners here.
  • We have thousands of public safety partnerships across the country.

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Target is a committed partner. They provide more than ‘Corporate Lip Service’ and genuinely reach out and engage the public safety community. Target is a shining example of public-private partnership.

Jim Featherstone
General Manager, Los Angeles Emergency Management Department

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keeping our stores safe

Building safer neighborhoods starts in our stores, so we put technology in the hands of our specially trained staff to keep guests and team members safe.

community & store safety

Target team member helping out in natural disaster

when natural disasters strike

All year round, we work to help bring cities more of the tools and resources they need to be ready for anything. Providing support for disaster preparedness, relief and recovery efforts is just one of the many ways we help promote community safety.

disaster preparedness & response