Amway, the world’s largest direct sale company, announced that it would donate $1 million (roughly Rs 7.5 crore) to help COVID-19 relief efforts in India during the second wave of the pandemic.
According to a comment from the organization, the funds we will use to promote COVID-19 resources, such as ventilators and oxygen concentrators, to expedite COVID 19 relief efforts.
‘India is in the hearts and minds of Amway’s global family,’ said Amway Global Chief Executive Officer (CEO) Milind Pant in a letter. Know that we are dedicated to helping our colleagues and friends across India during these trying times.’ ‘With the help of the founding families and executive leadership, Amway Corporation donated USD750,000 to the US Chamber of Commerce’s foundation to help the nation,’ he added. During the pandemic, Amway India CEO Anshu Budhraja said that the company has been helping all of its distributors, customers, and employees.
It has raised USD 338,000 (Rs 2.5 crore) in funding for front-line staff and the society over the last year by collaborating with 5.5 lakh distributors and 1,000 employees across India.
‘This additional USD 1 million (roughly Rs 7.5 crore) will enable us to work with and help the country at both the national and state levels,’ he said.
Amway India said it had contributed a total of close to USD 1.35 million (roughly Rs 10 crore) to COVID-19 relief funds so far. It has also taken steps such as a mass vaccination campaign, increased access to medical facilities, reimbursement of medical costs, and the establishment of rehabilitation centers for affected workers, among other things.