COVID 19: Nike donates $15 Million to fight Corona cases in their home-state and other regions

After LVMH and Versace, Nike is now a part of the COVID-relief team around the globe.

The brand is all set to commit $15 million to help the COVID-19 struck, majorly in their home-state of Oregan and other areas including Boston and Memphis where their employees live. 

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The mega brand’s home state of Oregon saw its biggest one-day spike in cases Tuesday, according to state and county officials. As the state’s second-largest employer, Nike has about 12,000 workers in the state. An amount of the $15 million of the Nike-led donations will benefit local communities and the Oregan authoritative committees set for relief. 



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to the global COVID-19 Solidarity Response Fund that has been created by the United Nations Foundation and Swiss Philanthropy Foundation to finance efforts by the World Health Organization and partners to support countries preparing for and responding to the COVID-19 crisis.

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