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Warriors Increase Donation To $1.4 Million To Part-time Employees During NBA Hiatus

NBA coronavirus update: As per recent reports, Golden State Warriors plan to increase the donation to part-time employees by $400,000 amidst the NBA hiatus.


The NBA season has been suspended due to the coronavirus outbreak that has wreaked havoc in the United States of America. This past week, in particular, has seen a massive rise of coronavirus cases which are rising with a 25% increase on a daily basis. Here is how the popular NBA franchise Golden State Warriors has helped US citizens and employers cope with the financial crisis that has gripped the nation. 

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Warriors increase their donation to part-time employees to $1.4 million amid NBA hiatus

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As reported by Larry Beil of ABC 7, the Warriors Community Foundation is contributing $1.4 million to employees who are currently employed at Chase Center.  The new contribution represents a $400,000 increase from the team's initial $1 million donations to a disaster relief fund as was announced on March 13, 2020. Stephen Curry had earlier said that "The men and women who work our games at Chase Center are critical in providing an incredible game-night experience for our fans, including of course, the popcorn vendors. As players, we wanted to do something, along with our owners and coaches, to help ease the pain during this time."

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