On Saturday, Facebook rolled out a tool called Safety Check, which urges people in Nepal to click a button letting their Facebook friends know they're okay.
"When disasters happen, people need to know their loved ones are safe," Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg wrote in a post. "It's moments like this that being able to connect really matters."
Google, meanwhile, brought back its "Person Finder" tool, which lets people search for missing friends and family and post information. The site had hosted about 5,600 entries as of Monday, CNNMoney reports.
Tech giants like Facebook and Google aren't the only companies helping in other ways besides money, however. Home-rental service Airbnb on Sunday activated a disaster response tool in Nepal to help those affected by the earthquake.
We activated our disaster response tool in Nepal for those affected by the earthquake. Find a place to stay or host: http://t.co/6IOqZSgIyI-; Airbnb (@Airbnb) April 27, 2015
Virgin CEO Richard Branson is also among the long list of celebrities sharing links on social media where people can donate money.
To help raise awareness for disaster relief efforts at organizations like the Red Cross and others, your company can take to Twitter using the hashtag #NepalEarthquake.