Elton John Launches $1 Million Coronavirus Emergency Fund To Protect People With HIV
Elton John is stepping up as soon as once more within the battle towards coronavirus.
The Rocket Man singer introduced Saturday that his Elton John Aids Basis has launched a $1 million COVID-19 emergency fund.
“For nearly 30 years my basis has prioritized essentially the most weak individuals to HIV, to finish the AIDS epidemic and we’re dedicated to this through the COVID-19 disaster too,” John stated in a video posted on Twitter.
He famous that “distributing drugs, testing and preventive remedy isn’t so simple as it was a number of weeks in the past,” and the emergency fund is supposed to assist.
“Our new COVID-19 emergency fund will assist frontline companions to organize for and reply to the pandemic and its results on HIV prevention and look after essentially the most marginalized communities,” he defined. “We’re with you, we’re pondering of you, we won’t depart anybody behind.”
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Further particulars on the fund will be discovered here.
As we speak, I’m proud to announce that my Basis @EJAF is launching a $1million COVID-19 Emergency Fund to make it possible for our frontline companions can reply to the results of COVID-19 on HIV look after essentially the most marginalised communities world wide. pic.twitter.com/g4wh9dnd3d— Elton John (@eltonofficial) April 4, 2020
Earlier this week, John hosted a coronavirus reduction live performance referred to as Fox Presents the iHeart Residing Room Live performance for America.
The star-studded March 29 occasion featured Billie Eilish, Mariah Carey and Alicia Keys acting from their properties. Different performers included Tim McGraw, Backstreet Boys, Sam Smith, Dave Grohl, Inexperienced Day’s Billie Joe Armstrong, Camila Cabello and Shawn Mendes.
The occasion raised greater than $10 million for the combat towards coronavirus.