How Companies Are Giving Back During The Coronavirus Pandemic

How Companies Are Giving Back During The Coronavirus Pandemic


Most people’s lives have been completely upended by the Corona Virus or COVID-19 sweeping the world. When the pressure is on, and governments are overloaded, it is up to businesses large and small to do things that will better their employees, customers and the community at large, until this difficult time passes. We’ve even seen famous musicians like John Legend, Keith Urban and Pink play free concerts for people isolated at home.

Of the many examples of companies who are doing good for the world at these difficult times, these top 3 are our favourites

Loom, a video recording and sharing service has made Loom Pro free for teachers and students at K-12 schools, universities, and educational institutions. They have also removed the recording limit on free plans and have cut the price for Loom Pro in half.

Starbucks has extended its mental health benefits. In partnership with Lyra Health, Starbucks is offering its partners personalized, confidential mental health care, 20 free in-person or video sessions every year for partners and each of their eligible family members, online scheduling with most providers available within two weeks, and access to a provider network of mental health therapists and coaches.

Restaurants like Ideal Bite Community Kitchen are donating food to organizations like Cass Community Social Services (CCSS), a nonprofit organization working with at-risk communities in Detroit.

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50 Ways Companies Are Giving Back During The Coronavirus Pandemic

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