LOWE’S India Contributing USD 5 Million To Help India Fight COVID-19

Lowe’s India recently took to social media platform to announce that the company has contributed more than USD 5 Million, i.e. Rs. 40 Crores towards COVID-19 relief in India. According to the statement, the funds will support the procurement of medical equipment, oxygen concentrators and cylinders, oxygen generation plants and vaccination drives for the underserved.

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The company stated, “At Lowe’s, through our 100-year history, supporting local communities has been integral to our DNA. We are doing all we can to enable everyone to get through these trying times.”

“To support India during the current surge in the pandemic, Lowe’s is contributing INR 40 Crores (>USD 5 Million) towards COVID-19 relief. The funds will support the procurement of medical equipment, oxygen concentrators and cylinders, oxygen generation plants and vaccination drives for the underserved,” the company added. 

Furthermore, Lowe’s US has also shipped thousands of PPE kits materials to India for the use of front-line workers who are working tirelessly to keep us all safe and healthy.

Commenting on the same, LOWE’S said, “In these crucial times, we urge everyone to stay at home and stay safe. Lowe’s stands with its communities to help and support during these challenging times.”

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