Google and Employees Gives Pandemic Aid Through Internal Efforts

Thursday, August 12, 2021

Following the announcement of Google's USD7.5 million grant to help Asian countries with the pandemic response, the company's employees in the Philippines have also volunteered to provide additional aid to the country. This is part of its efforts to fight the pandemic.

In support of the Philippines' volunteer program, iVolunteer, Google employees can donate to the organization through their company's giving campaign. The funds will be used to support the program. If the donation is made for a specific organization, iVolunteer will split it equally among the following: Citizens Disaster Relief Center, Solar Hope, and Kid's Who Farm.

In the Philippines, Google employees have been able to contribute to programs that benefit communities affected by natural disasters. One example of this is the company's matching campaign launched in 2020 for individuals affected by the severe flooding that occurred due to the typhoons Rolly and Ulysses.

That's a good thing.


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