How are public companies giving back during the COVID-19 pandemic?

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How are public companies giving back during the COVID-19 pandemic?

So, you've seen communities around the world come together to support each other during this pandemic. And we've seen private companies, organizations, as well as public companies use their resources. Many of those public companies are listed on the New York Stock Exchange. So, we wanted to recognize a few of those. There's too many of them to name one by one. But a few you do stand out.


So, for instance, Nordstrom. They put together, they reuse their facilities in order to provide PPE, personal protective equipment. So, they've sewn one million masks and distributed them across the country to hospital systems. Sherwin-Williams, the building materials company, they've also put together their resources and they provided 250 thousand masks, gloves, lab coats to health care workers around the country. They've also distributed hand sanitizer to hospital systems as well. And then finally, Cisco, the global food distributor distribution company, they've provided more than 20 million meals to partners and organizations all around the US. And so, we thank each and every company that has gone above and beyond to help during this crisis.

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