The growing list of people doing good during the crisis shows that it is love and care for others that will help us win the battle.
DJ Khaled & Nicole Tuck
The music producer and wife’s We The Best Foundation are working with The Miami Rescue Mission for Women and Children to support families struggling to pay rent. DJ Khaled partnered with Overtown Youth Centre in June to help families and provide essentials.
“Taking care of the community we live in has always been something, my family.” Eonline quoted Khaled saying.
Encouraging others to do the same, he said that it is essential that those in a position to help, do so.
The health infrastructure across the globe is under tremendous stress. Shakira donated thousands of N95 masks to frontline workers in Barranquilla and Colombia. She also donated ventilators as well to help hospitals cope with the shortage.
The health crisis has killed thousands and affected the mental health of millions. BeyGOOD of Beyonce partnered with the #startsmall initiative of Jack Dorsey to provide $6 million in funding to mental health organizations. They partnered with ULCA and the National Alliance in Mental Illness (NAMI) to assist people in Detroit, New Orleans, and New York.
In light of the surge in gender-based violence, the foundation of Charlize Theron is working with CARE and EIF. They want to launch the ‘Together for Her’ program. The Oscar-winner committed $1 million to health crisis relief efforts.
$500,000 will also go to organizations working to help domestic violence victims.
In appreciation of the work Mount Sinai Hospitals is doing during the health crisis, Gwyneth Paltrow shared dtx Flowcode technology to help people donate easily and quickly. The hospital needs support as clinicians are caring for the influx of patients; she wrote in her Instagram post.
Several unknowns are also doing remarkable jobs; a little help could be a great motivator for them. Any contribution will be a strong sign of togetherness.