Riot Blockchain announced late yesterday via a press release that it is contributing a total of $100,000 to hospitals in its areas of operations to aid local hospitals’ COVID-19 relief efforts.
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From the statement, they are contributing a total of $100,000 to hospitals in its areas of operations to aid local hospitals’ COVID-19 relief efforts. Additionally, Riot’s board of directors is donating $50,000 to Mercy Hospital in Oklahoma City and $50,000 to Castle Rock Adventist Hospital.
“Mercy is incredibly grateful for Riot Blockchain’s support during this challenging time in history,” said Jim Gebhart, president of Mercy Hospital Oklahoma City and regional strategy officer. “Currently, Mercy is preparing for a possible surge of COVID-19 patients, and this generous donation will provide funding for critical medical equipment that can help save lives today and into the future. We are overwhelmed by the generosity of organizations and business professionals willing to make sacrifices for the well-being of others.”