Rihanna joins forces with Jay-Z and Jack Dorsey to donate $6.2 million to coronavirus relief efforts

The singer recently donated $4.2m million to domestic violence victims with the Twitter CEO


Rihanna has joined forces with Jay-Z and Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey to donate another $6.2 million to coronavirus relief efforts.

Through her Clara Lionel Foundation, the 32-year-old has announced that the money will be given to organizations that help deal with COVID-19.

The Clara Lionel Foundation is working in conjunction with Jay-Z’s Shawn Carter Foundation and Jack to aid areas including the United States, the Caribbean and sub-Saharan Africa.

The Clara Lionel Foundation released an announcement stating the organisations that will be receiving the grants.


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These organizations include Doctors Without Borders, the Elizabeth Taylor AIDS Foundation and the Mayor’s Fund To Advance New York City.

The news came a week after Rihanna teamed up with Jack to donate $4.2 million to help domestic violence victims in Los Angeles.

The pair donated $2.1 million each to the Mayor’s Fund for Los Angeles – to assist victims of domestic violence affected by the COVID-19 “stay at home” order in the greater Los Angeles area.

The money will be able to cover housing, meals and counselling for 90 victims per week for a 10 week period.

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