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Jack Dorsey Vows to Donate $1 Billion to Fight the Coronavirus

NYTimes.com Tuesday, 7 April 2020
The founder of Twitter and Square said he was putting nearly a third of his total wealth toward the effort.
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Jack Dorsey Pledges to Donate $1 Billion to COVID-19 Relief Twitter and Square CEO Jack Dorsey recently announced that he would be putting $1 billion, or roughly 28 percent of his wealth, towards global COVID-19 relief. The money is being put into Dorsey’s Start Small LLC in the form of 19,833,400...

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Jack Dorsey Releases Spreadsheet Of Where His Coronavirus Relief Money Is Going [Video]

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Twitter CEO Jak Dorsey said he would donate $1 billion of his Square equity to COVID-19 relief. According to Business Insider, he created a new charity fund called Start Small LLC. The charity will initially focus on helping those impacted by the coronavirus pandemic and has $87 million so far. Dorsey estimated the fund is around 28 percent of his total wealth.

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