Google Donating $800 Million to Help With The COVID-19 Crisis Response Efforts


Google CEO Sundar Pichai announced on Friday that it will donate more than $800 million in ads, cash, and more to international agencies' fight against the coronavirus.

According to Pichai, $250 million in ad grants will go to the World Health Organization (WHO)and more than 100 government agencies prevent the spread of the virus and help local communities.

Google donate more than $800 million in funds toward producing medical supplies supporting small and medium-sized businesses, health organizations and governments used to fight coronavirus

Google also announced a Another $340 million in Google ad credits will be available to small and medium–sized businesses whose accounts have been active over the past year. A US$200 million investment fund that will support NGOs and financial institutions around the world to help provide small businesses with access to capital.

Another $20 million in Google credits for researchers and academic institutions who are studying vaccines, therapies, and other data to help contain the spread of COVID-19.
source: blog.google.com , 9to5google.com

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