Beyonce has raised $ 5,000 aimed at helping the poor reduce the rent burden in the midst of Covid-19.Beyonce has raised $ 5,000 aimed at helping the poor reduce the rent burden in the midst of Covid-19.
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Famous around the world for her powerful voice and unmixed musical personality. Beyonce is also loved by the public for her positive contributions to copper. In particular, the compassionate heart of the female singer has helped her be praised for "perfect talent". Facing the complicated situation of Covid-19. Not out of the way, the owner of the hit Listen Listen has called for a charity to help African-Americans have more costs to cover their rent. In the current situation, rent is a pressure and a burden on poor laborers with poor incomes.
The singer announced last month that her BeyGOOD Foundation is teaming up with NAACP (National Association for the Advancement of Colored People) to help people in need of their accommodation between the coronavirus pandemic and They are currently formally accepting a $ 5,000 grant application. ‘Housing support is here. Online applications starting today for people affected by the housing crisis caused by the pandemic. Visit @ naacp.org for more information and sign up for $ 5K ‘sponsorship’, BeyGood announces on Instagram.
This initiative will help 100 African-American households who have rent or mortgage difficulties due to income difficulties amid the global health crisis. 'We are partnering with BeyGOOD to provide one hundred grants of up to $ 5,000 each to families that are slow to pay their mortgage or rent.' BeyGOOD has been assisting businesses Small black-owned businesses during the coronavirus pandemic as well as a $ 6 million donation to mental health care. Speaking of the support they have provided since the beginning of the pandemic, they added: 'When we were facing the COVID-19 pandemic, BeyGOOD created a plan to create different. We support organizations across the country that provide people with basic needs such as food, water, household items and COVID testing. We also support mental health. We then launched our BeyGOOD Small Business Impact fund and to date, more than 250 small businesses have received a $ 10k grant. Beyoncé continues to support and help where most needed.‘
In 2013, Beyonce launched the BeyGOOD charity. Thanks to the positive contributions to the community, in 2020 the Humanitarian Award at the BET 2020 Awards officially called the name of the female singer born in 1981.