Microblogging platform Twitter has donated $15 million to support India amidst the ongoing coronavirus crisis. Twitter’s CEO Jack announced the news last night. The donation is split between three non-government organizations, Care, Aid India, and Sewa International USA.
Care got the donation of $10 million while Aid India and Sewa International USA got $2.5 million each. Jack tweeted, “$15 million split between @CARE, @AIDINDIA, and @sewausa to help address the COVID-19 crisis in India.”
CARE is a humanitarian organization that fights global poverty. Association for India’s Development (AID) is a volunteer moment that lends services in the areas of education, health, agriculture, human rights, and the environment. Sewa International is a Hindu faith-based humanitarian organization based in San Francisco. All three organizations thanked Jack and team Twitter for their contribution.
India is currently facing the second wave of coronavirus and there is a heavy surge in the daily cases reported in the country. Many people across the world are coming forward and helping India in fighting this battle.