Priyanka Chopra has reportedly helped provide 10,000 pairs to brave frontline workers in Los Angeles and sent out an additional 10,000 pairs to healthcare professionals in public/government hospitals across India.
In a social media post, she said, “I’m so proud to partner with them to give 10,000 pairs to healthcare workers at @cedarssinai in Los Angeles and 10,000 more to healthcare professionals in public/government hospitals across India.”
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Healthcare professionals around the world are working everyday to ensure our safety and fighting for us on the frontlines. Their courage, commitment and sacrifices are saving innumerable lives in this global pandemic. 🙏🏽 While we cannot even imagine what’s it like to be in their shoes, over the past several weeks, @crocs has donated thousands of pairs to the heroes in these photos to ensure that they are not only comfortable in them, but safer in them too. Because of this, I’m so proud to partner with them to give 10,000 pairs to healthcare workers at @cedarssinai in Los Angeles and 10,000 more to healthcare professionals in public/government hospitals across India. 💛
Priyanka Chopra recently became a part of WHO’s LIVE home concert. She joined International stars like Lady Gaga, John Elton, Shah Rukh khan, Coldplay, John Legend, Stevie Wonder, Billie Eilish and Lizzo to raise funds for COVID-19 through a LIVE concert organized by World Health Organisation (WHO). The event took place on April 18.
Meanwhile, the actor and her husband Nick Jonas announced that they have donated to a number of organizations including UNICEF, Goonj, Feeding America, Doctors Without Borders, Ni Kid Hungry, IAHV, Give India, Friends of Aseema and PM Modi’s CARES Fund. The actress had written, “The world needs our help more than ever. These organizations are doing amazing work by helping those impacted by #Covid19. They are feeding the hungry (including children out of school), supporting doctors and first responders, helping low income and homeless communities, and supporting our colleagues in the entertainment industry.”