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Rudy Gobert donates over 25 million pesos for employee relief and COVID prevention

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Helping out the employees and community in the midst of COVID-19 scare is the least that Rudy Gobert could do right now.

The Utah Jazz defensive star, who became the first NBA player to contract coronavirus, promised that he will donate $500,000 dollars or over 25 million pesos for employee relief fund at Vivint Smart Home Arena, as well as helping health cares in Utah, Oklahama, and his hometown France in related to the COVID outbreak.

“I am humbled by the tireless efforts and care of people around the globe for those affected by COVID-19, especially my own communities of Utah and France, in addition to my appreciation for the state of Oklahoma and my care there, and of course, my Utah Jazz family,” Gobert said.

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Rudy Gobert is donating more than $500,000 to support both the employee relief fund at Vivint Smart Home Arena and COVID-related social services relief in Utah, Oklahoma City and within the French health care system. . “I am humbled by the tireless efforts and care of people around the globe for those affected by COVID-19, especially my own communities of Utah and France, in addition to my appreciation for the state of Oklahoma and my care there, and of course, my Utah Jazz family. . “I know there are countless ways that people have been impacted. These donations are a small token that reflect my appreciation and support for all those impacted and are the first of many steps I will take to try and make a positive difference, while continuing to learn more about COVID-19 and educate others. Much gratitude, RG.” . Swipe up on our story to read more ❤️

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