CALIFORNIA - PG&E said it is donating supplies to hospitals and money to nonprofits in a way to help during the coronavirus pandemic.
The company will be donating thousands of N-95 and surgical masks to hospitals around California, including some from employees' personal emergency kits.
“As a company and as individuals, we recognize the need to support the medical community and all they’re doing to help safeguard the health and safety of our fellow Californians,” said Andy Vesey, PG&E CEO and President. "This crisis is unprecedented, but we know that our path forward requires us working together and helping medical professionals and first responders on the front lines of the pandemic. Helping our state and local communities is part of who we are at PG&E. It’s the right thing to do."
Beyond the supplies, PG&E and The PG&E Corporation Foundation will donate a combined $1 million to nonprofits for people experiencing food insecurity, small businesses, coronavirus relief funds, food banks, senior meal programs among others.
The $1 million comes from shareholder funds, not customers.
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