PSG’s Bold Effort to Help Healthcare Professionals During the Coronavirus Pandemic

Since France and the world went into lockdown last month due to the coronavirus crisis, Paris Saint-Germain has led the way in using its financial resources and profile to help those most impacted by the health crisis.

On Wednesday, PSG announced via its official website that it had “set up a dedicated fundraising platform called PSG Engagé to support healthcare professionals in the Greater Paris hospitals, Secours Populaire Français volunteers and beneficiaries throughout France, and those of Action Against Hunger in France and abroad.”

This is just the latest in a string of positive actions from the club. The Ligue 1 leaders have donated €100,000 to Secours Populaire Français and they sold 1,500 “Tous Unis” jerseys, which raised a total of €217,500 for Greater Paris University Hospitals.

With the fundraising platform, Paris Saint-Germain supporters will be able to make a donation to help those on the front lines battling the coronavirus.

Visit the PSG Engagé website if you would like to make a donation.

A classy move from a classy organization. Well done, PSG.

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