The donation will be distributed in four organizations that are fighting the coronavirus in Los Angeles and New York as the Backdrop to the Mayor of Los Angeles, the Fund for Public Schools, the Civil Liberties Union of the united States and the Coalition of New York Immigration.
As announced by the CLF via Twitter, two million dollars are specifically aimed at supporting undocumented workers, incarcerated individuals, seniors, and homeless people.
“In times of crisis, it is imperative that we unite as a community to make sure that everyone, especially the most vulnerable, have access to basic needs: shelter, health, nutrition and education,” said Gloria Carter, mother of Jay-Z and member of its foundation.
In addition, a part is for childcare, food and school supplies for the children of health care workers and rescuers who are battling on the front line in Los Angeles and New York.
Some days ago, Rihanna donated $ 5 million through his foundation to combat the ravages of the coronavirus and has now joined Jay-Z to contribute another million dollars.