Metallica donate $350,000 to four coronavirus relief funds
Metallica has allocated four grants for a total amount of 350 000 USD through his Foundation "All in my hands" to help those most in need during a pandemic coronavirus.
The group says: "In connection with the spread of the coronavirus, the most vulnerable people in our communities need help now more than ever. "Everything is in my hands" offers four grants totaling $ 350 000. U.S. organizations designed to help victims of a world pandemic COVID-19 ".
The first donation in the amount of 100 000 USD was transferred to the company Feeding America, which works with local food banks, but is experiencing difficulties due to the lack of donations, volunteers and food distribution because of the crisis.
The second donation in the amount of $ 100,000 received Direct Relief company that tests personal protective equipment for healthcare workers on the front lines in 22 countries.
The third donation in the amount of $ 100,000 was received in the Crew Nation, which supports touring and concert teams who are out of work due to problems in the music industry.
The fourth donation in the amount of $ 50,000 designed National USBG charity Fund, which helps employees industry hotel service, find themselves without a job after bars, restaurants and cafes were forced to close their doors because of the quarantine.
Metallica concludes: "We know that for many of you this difficult time, but if you want to support any of these organizations, please do not hesitate to contact directly to our incredibly loyal partners, because their needs are very broad; every dollar helps."