The rapper, who turned 29 on April 2, added in the caption, “I am asking all of my friends and fans to join me and donate.”
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The rapper isn’t doing this alone. He’s partnering with Atlanta’s Emory Healthcare and the Honolulu-based Ohana One Foundation for the effort.
In a letter posted to the website of the Edward Charles Foundation, which is a fiscal sponsor of the Quavo Cares Foundation, Quavo asked fans to make a donation of $10 or more to the COVID-19 fund. Each $10 donation will provide four new N95 masks for nurses, doctors and other health care staff.
All funds raised will go toward purchasing PPE supplies for health care workers.
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