April 24, 2020

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During these difficult times, we as Americans
are attempting to do our part by staying indoors and minimizing contact with
the outside world. Although it seems that there may be no end in sight as virus
numbers continue to increase,  some companies
have noticed that many Americans have been struggling to cope and have decided
to give back in any way they can.

These are just some of the many ways that businesses have been giving back to their employees and communities:

  1. Starbucks has extended its mental health benefits by offering confidential mental health care, 20 free in-person or video sessions for therapists and coaches. 
  • LinkedIn is providing 16 free courses that provide tips on staying
    productive, building relationships, how to use virtual meeting tools, and many
    other courses. 
  • Mark Cuban announced that all his employees will be reimbursed for any lunch and coffee purchases from local and independent small businesses.
  • Adobe is providing higher education and K-12 institutional customers
    their Creative Cloud apps which have the ability to request temporary at-home
    access for both students and educators. 
  • Salesforce has created a $1.5 million dollar coronavirus fund for San
    Francisco citizens that have been affected. 
  • Shake Shack returned their $10 million federal loan they received from the Paycheck Protection Program so it could go to other small businesses that are currently struggling and have yet to receive financial assistance.

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