Pat Cummins allocates his donation to UNICEF Australia's Asia COVID-19 Crisis attraction
Kolkata Knight Riders’ Australian pacer Pat Cummins on Monday stated he’s allocated his USD 50,000 contribution to UNICEF Australian Continent’s India COVID-19 Crisis Appeal, weekly after pledging the amount to PM CARES Fund.
With Asia fighting a devastating health crisis, the 27-year-old pacer had last Monday revealed to help make the donation for procurement of air materials when it comes to hospitals that are struggling facing rise in COVID instances.
However, Cummins appears to have changed their mind following Cricket Australia’s economic assistance to UNICEF Australia.
“Terrific Perform @ CricketAus FYI we wound up allocating my contribution to UNICEF Australian Continent’s Asia COVID-19 Crisis Appeal. If you possibly could, please join many more in promoting this right here https://india.unicef.org.au/t/australian-cricket,” he published on their twitter handle.
Cricket Australian Continent on Monday pledged 50,000 Australian dollars to support Asia’s fight against the damaging 2nd trend and said it will also raise even more resources in partnership with its people’ organization and UNICEF.
“Australian Cricket will toss its assistance behind India’s COVID-19 Crisis Appeal, with Cricket Australian Continent, the Australian Cricketers; Association and UNICEF Australia partnering to raise essential funds,” CA said in a statement.
“Australian Cricket has been deeply saddened by the devastation brought on by this 2nd coronavirus trend to hit India, a country with which Australians share a good friendship and connection.
“Cricket Australian Continent can make a preliminary donation of AUD 50,000 and encourage Australians every where to offer amply as of this vital amount of time in India’s COVID-19 reaction.”
Asia’s healthcare system is struggling to handle the massive amount of COVID-19 instances amid shortage of important supplies like air, ventilators, bedrooms many medications.
Published at Mon, 03 might 2021 12:29:05 +0000