The coronavirus pandemic is in full swing, and millions of people around the globe have fallen upon some pretty hard times because of it. Health professionals everywhere are at the forefront of the battle against the virus to bring support and treatment to those affected. Spigen â€” your favorite phone case manufacturer â€” sees this, and has launched a coronavirus relief campaign to come alongside these healthcare workers.
Spigen is partnering with nonprofit Direct Relief to provide healthcare workers around the world with the medical supplies and resources they need. 100% of the proceeds made through Spigen’s branded web stores between April 9 and April 30 will go directly toward purchasing and distributing medical equipment to personnel in need.
The company’s efforts will focus primarily on hospitals and urgent care centers, which are often overworked and under-resourced during this time. Spigen and Direct Relief hope to raise $50,000 toward this coronavirus relief initiative.
Spigen also outlines the precautions it has taken internally to protect its employees and provide its customers with the best possible experience on its campaign page. The company has asked many of its employees to work from home, it’s taking extra sanitization precautions in its California-based warehouse, and Spigen has even extended its return policy to 60 days for orders made between March 1 and May 31.
“Times may be tough, but so are we,” Spigen says on its website. “Protection has always been our top priority, and now, we are putting our best effort towards creating a safe environment for everyone, including you.”
If you are interested in learning more about how Spigen is combating the coronavirus, you can find more information at the link below.
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