Sony has established a $100 million COVID-19 Global Relief Fund

Sony has established a $100 million COVID-19 Global Relief Fund
(Image credit: Sony)

With coronavirus causing economic and social shockwaves through the global community, it's been incredible to see the way that governments, companies and individual people have banded together to help keep everyone safe. Sony Corporation is the latest brand to announce a new charitable initiative. 

Sony has established the 'Sony Global Relief Fund for COVID-19', a $100 million fund to support those around the world affected by coronavirus. According to Sony, this fund is designed to provide support in three areas: assistance for individuals engaged in frontline medical and first responder efforts to fight the virus, support for children and educators who must now work remotely, and support for members of the creative community in the entertainment industry.

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