Rihanna and Jack Dorsey donate $15m to mental health services

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Published on June 19, 2020 - Duration: 02:05s

Rihanna and Jack Dorsey donate $15m to mental health services

Rihanna and Jack Dorsey are donating $15 million to mental health services in Chicago and Newark amid the coronavirus pandemic.

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Barbadian singer, songwriter, actress, businesswoman and philanthropist
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American internet computer software executive and CEO of Twitter and Square
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City and county seat of Cook County, Illinois, United States
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