Pokémon company to donate $200,000 to help Ukrainian families

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The Pokémon Company International has pledged to donate $200,000 to their partners at Global Giving through which they’ll be supporting the humanitarian cause and will be providing relief to the families and children affected in Ukraine and Eastern Europe due to the Russian Invasion.

The company announced this on their social media platforms with a statement that read “The growing crisis in Ukraine and Eastern Europe, which continues to cause the displacement of families and threaten the safety of children, is heartbreaking.”

The Pokémon Company International continued saying that they’re making an immediate donation of $200,000 USD to their partners at GlobalGiving to provide humanitarian relief.

“The nonprofit will efficiently direct the funds to community-led organizations supporting families and children affected by the crisis.”

The Pokémon Company is a Japanese company responsible for the Pokémon franchise. It was established by the three companies who hold the copyright for Pokémon; Nintendo, Game Freak and Creatures. 

GlobalGiving is a fundraising website that works with registered organizations to raise money and generate support for the work they do in communities all over the world. It connects nonprofits, donors and companies in nearly every country of the world.

Jainam Turakhia

Jainam Turakhia has been a fan of DC for as long as he can remember, but what really tickles his inner creativity is Zack Snyder's vision for the DC Universe. From there Turakhia has traveled to a lot of destinations exploring works of other artists who make movies or write books/comics. Zack Snyder however, is always his hometown. He loves watching, and analyzing, anything and everything. Still a student from India studying Chartered Accountancy, Turakhia's passion for stories doesn't seem to end.

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