Sunday, November 11, 2012

Apple donates $ 2.5 million for victims of Hurricane Sandy

huracan sandy Apple dona 2,5 millones de dólares para las víctimas del huracán Sandy

Apple wanted to join this week the actions that are taking place across the U.S. geography to alleviate the effects of Hurricane Sandy last week. The U.S. east coast is still recovering from one of the most important natural disasters produced in recent years and has left many casualties and property damage.

For this reason, Apple made it easier for their clients last week a donation to the American Red Cross through iTunes Store. To this sum, Apple wanted to add $ 2.5 million to the company. This is what Tim Cook announced to employees in a statement:

"Team:

During the last week our thoughts have been with those affected by Hurricane Sandy and the aftermath that has left. Apple employees and customers around the world have managed to raise millions of dollars for the recovery effort, but you can always do more.

For this reason, and on behalf of all our employees, Apple will make a donation of $ 2.5 million to the American Red Cross to aid recovery efforts. We hope this contribution will help the recovery of families, businesses and communities.

Tim Cook ".

Again Tim Cook takes a step copy in favor of charity.

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Article Apple donates $ 2.5 million for victims of Hurricane Sandy was originally published in News iPhone .



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