India: Azim Premji Foundation Donates $132 million (US Dollars) Towards COVID-19 Relief Fund via

The Indian tech magnate, Azim Premji has committed $132 million (US dollars) through img_124535_azim_premjihis foundation to the Indian Prime Minister’s emergency fund. The Azim Premji Foundation also announced on April 1 that its 1,600 employees would collaborate with government and healthcare workers. The money will be used for humanitarian aid and for beefing up healthcare support targeted at containment and treatment of the disease.

Premji’s software developer Wipro Limited has pledged another $13.2 million and Wipro Enterprises Limited has committed $3.3 million.

Source: Actions The World’s Wealthiest Are Taking In Response To The Coronavirus Pandemic

Author: ismailimail

Independent, civil society media featuring Ismaili Muslim community, inter and intra faith endeavors, achievements and humanitarian works.

3 thoughts

    1. Islam Does Not Say You Donate With Name and Fame.
      Charity is giving with One Hand and that your other hand should not know.
      Do it Silently.
      And why Not Donate to Aga Khan Foundation and the less Fortunate Muslims.


  1. As long as the donated money is truthfully,and honestly utilized for its original objective that really matters,Quran also encourages donation with the donors name announced ,if that would encourage others to do the same,AKDN budget is USD 925 Million ,that in itself is a matter to be proud of for all the Ismaies.


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