Priyanka Chopra shares an emotional video on India-s COVID condition, urging people to donate

01-05-2021


Bollywood stars are trying their best to offer help to those who are in need amid the pandemic. With the spike in COVID-19 cases across the country, it becomes a major concern for people to deal with the deadliest virus. Several B-town celebs are helping by providing medical facilities and donating funds. Now, Priyanka Chopra has also come forward and raised funds with the help of the GiveIndia organization. 
Priyanka Chopra shared a video and announced that she has set up a fundraiser with GiveIndia. She wrote, ''#TogetherForIndia India, my home, is suffering the world’s worst Covid crisis, and we all need to help! People are dying in record numbers. There is illness everywhere, and it’s only continuing to spread and kill at great speed and scale. I have set up a fundraiser with GiveIndia, the largest organization on the ground in India providing Covid relief. Whatever you can spare, truly makes a difference. Nearly 63 million people follow me on here, if even 100,000 of you donate $10, that’s $1 Million, and that’s huge. Your donation will go directly to healthcare physical infrastructure (including Covid care centres, Isolation centers, and oxygen generation plants), medical equipment, and vaccine support and mobilization." 
"Please please donate. Nick and I already have and will continue to contribute. We have all seen how far and wide this virus can spread, an ocean between us makes no difference. No one is safe unless everyone is safe. It’s so heartening to see so many people stepping up to help in so many ways. We need to beat this virus, and to do that requires ALL of us. From the bottom of my heart THANK YOU! ?? Donate now! Link in bio #TogetherForIndia @give_india", the actress concluded. 
Recently also, Game of Thrones fame Emilia Clarke has come forward and raised her voice to help India. The actress shared a link to the Give India website from where people can donate money for the COVID-19 patients. She wrote, ''This needs our help, swipe up to get the link." Her shared picture was quoted with Help critical patients, health workers and hospitals fight COVID, again Donate life-saving equipment.