Rihanna and Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey Donate $15 Million to Mental Health Services
As the coronavirus outbreak continues to strike, CEO Jack Dorsey and Rihanna have come together to donate 15 million dollars.
Earlier this year, Jack Dorsey and Rihanna partnered up and donated four million dollars to aid domestic violence victims. The two have opened their checkbooks once again and have pledged 15 million dollars to mental health services amid coronavirus pandemic.
More today: $15m in partnership with @ClaraLionelFdn to support mental health, food distribution, economic assistance, and health equity through the incredible orgs in the thread below https://t.co/wkeKk66nyW
— jack (@jack) June 18, 2020
In 2012, the singer created the Clara Lionel Foundation to support and fund groundbreaking and emergency response programs. In a statement made by the foundation, they declared that “even as the majority of states have begun lifting restrictions in recent days, millions of Americans continue to face daunting challenges when it comes to their health, mental, and economic well-being.”
Goddess @Rihanna’s #R9 isn’t here yet because she’s busy saving the world. Today, her @ClaraLionelFdn, partnering with Jack Dorsey’s #StartSmall, donated over $15 million to organizations dedicated to supporting mental health, food insecurity and income loss amid the pandemic. pic.twitter.com/Q65GB1Tb4K
— Bradley Stern (@MuuMuse) June 19, 2020
Since the beginning of this pandemic, Rihanna has shown her humanitarian heart and we love it. As Bradley Stern stated, “she’s busy saving the world.”