Coronavirus Outbreak: Beyoncé's Bey Good charity partners with Jack Dorsey to donate $6 mn for relief funds
Beyoncé is focusing her coronavirus relief efforts on organizations that are helping communities of color that have been hit hard by the pandemic
The superstar announced on Thursday that her BEYGood charity will partner with Twitter’s Jack Dorsey’s Start Small campaign to provide $6 million in relief funds a variety of groups working to provide basic necessities in cities like Detroit, Houston, New York, and New Orleans.
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“Communities of color are suffering by epic proportions due to the COVID-19 pandemic,” a statement on the singer’s website said. “Communities that were already lacking funds for education, health, and housing are now faced with alarming infection rates and fatalities.”
Part of the money will go to support efforts by the University of California, Los Angeles and the National Alliance of Mental Illness to provide mental wellness services in hard-hit cities. Money is also going to organizations like No Kid Hungry, Bread of Life, World Central Kitchen, and more.
(With inputs from The Associated Press)
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