Twitter CEO Jack Patrick Dorsey tweeted that the grant was given to three NGOs. Those companies are CARE, AID INDIA and Sewa International USA. CARE has been given 10 million dollars and AID INDIA and Sewa International USA have been given 2.5 million dollars
Although the graph is a bit down, the situation in India is still dire. Earlier, companies like Google and Microsoft have extended a helping hand to India in the fight against Corona. This time the micro blogging company Twitter came forward. The organization has contributed 15 million.
— jack (@jack) May 10, 2021
Twitter CEO Jack Patrick Dorsey tweeted that the grant was given to three NGOs. These companies are CARE, AID INDIA and Sewa International USA. CARE has been given 10 million dollarsand AID INDIA and Sewa International USA have been given 2.5 million dollars
A statement from the organization said, “Sewa International is a Hindu believing, humane and non-profit organization. Sewa International is running” Help India Defeat Covid-19 Campaign “. Government hospitals and Covid Care Centers and hospitals. ”
Sandeep Khadkekar Vice President, Marketing and Fund Development, Sewa International, thanked Dorsey for the grant.
Sewa USA is headquartered in Houghton. The company has so far raised 17.5 million in the Covid Relief Fund for India.
On the other hand, the organization called CARE is fighting against global poverty. According to Twitter, the 10 million given to the agency will be used by the Indian government to buy Covid Care Centers, oxygen, PPE kits, and other emergency supplies for health workers. And it will ensure that everyone gets vaccinated, especially in remote areas and in backward communities.
On the other hand, the grant given to AID will look into the symptoms of covid in the backward community and the treatment of covid. The lockdown will also help rural and low-income people with life-sustaining items such as oxygen, oximeters and thermometers, according to Twitter.