XM Group humanitarian activity
The following article is a guest post provided courtesy of XM Group.
A leading global forex broker with over 3,500,000 clients and traders from 196 countries, the XM Group has been continuing their global humanitarian efforts throughout 2020 kicking off in January with the Australia Wildfire relief efforts; both an act of raising awareness about the need for relief and a donation to help restore the affected wildlife and human habitats, as well as to alleviate the huge natural losses suffered.
Continuing into March, the XM Group donated to MAPFRE Pan-American University Community Centre in Mexico City, where several staff members met with board members and local children and their families, to donate a considerable amount of various educational items meant to facilitate the children’s learning progress.
Humanitarian efforts continued in March, as the XM Group made a generous donation to the World Health Organisation (WHO) on the 18th of the month, to help alleviate the global pandemic caused by the coronavirus (COVID-19).
XM Group’s fight against the coronavirus (COVID-19) continued through to April with donations to Cyprus-based Famagusta General Hospital and support of local communities facing crisis in Southeast Asia.
July saw the XM Group renew its annual support and collaboration with Go with the Flow, a charity group on a mission to address sanitary concerns and problems of less fortunate girls in Uganda helping to give over 500 young ladies the opportunity to continue their school attendance and other everyday activities.
Throughout August, the XM Group donated: food to help the poor in Latin America; medical and educational resources to the Malaysian Federation of the Deaf, and a substantial amount to the Lebanese Red Cross to help rescue as many lives as possible following the massive explosion that happened on the 4th of August at the Beirut Port.
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