Coronavirus: Rihanna donates $ 4 million to help victims of gender-based violence during the quarantine


The singer originally from Barbados, Rihanna, tops the list of celebrities-several more gave their support during this pandemic. Recently, it was announced that along with Jack Dorsey, CEO of Twitter and Square, make a donation to joint 4.2 million dollars to help victims of gender-based violence in Los Angeles, in the framework of quarantine by pandemic coronavirus.

The Foundation Clara Lionel of the entrepreneur (that carries that name in honor of his grandparents) created a grant for the Fund of the Mayor of Los Angeles, who decided to support the victims of violence in times of confinement.

“The victims exist around the world, so this is just the beginning“they explained in a statement to Variety magazine. “These funds will provide ten weeks of support, including shelter, meals and counseling for victims and their children who suffer violence, at a time when shelters are filled and the incidents are on the rise.”

The announcement of joint funding with the software developer, is given by means of the account of Instagram’s own foundation, and generated a great impact and shock among fans of the singer. It should be noted that the owner of FentyXSavage and Fenty Beauty (their clothing lines, and beauty, respectively) previously made the substantial donation of $ 5 million to help combat the coronavirus, providing assistance and supplies to areas that are at greatest risk. Once more Rihanna gives a step forward with your example.