Arizona Cardinals donate $1M to AZ Coronavirus Relief Fund

In the fight against coronavirus, the Arizona Cardinals have stepped up and made a $1 million donation to the Arizona Coronavirus Relief Fund.

Governor Doug Ducey created the 'Arizona Together' initiative, a fund that will provide financial support to multiple organizations that are helping those in need that are directly impacted by COVID-19.

"Like so many in our community, this unprecedented crisis has us asking what we can do to help and what might have the greatest impact," said Cardinals Chairman and President Michael Bidwill. "We are grateful for the creation of this relief fund, are proud to support its critically important mission and hope that others throughout the community can join this effort in whatever way that they are able."

The initial priorities of this fund are funding Personal Protective Equipment for medical professionals, helping non-profit organizations such as food banks, homeless shelters, domestic violence shelters, and other services, as well as providing the technology for disadvantaged students so they can transition to online learning.

To learn more, donate or find volunteer opportunities, please visit Arizona Together.


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