Intel donates millions to COVID-19 response

Intel Ronler Acres   The Intel Foundation is providing $4 million to support coronavirus relief efforts across the globe, $1 million here in Oregon.
   The money will go to community organizations with focused efforts on food security, shelter, medical equipment, and small business support.
   Regular full-time and part-time Intel employees and U.S. retirees from the company can participate in the foundation's special matching program, where it will match up to a total of $2 million in relief efforts around major Intel sites.
   Intel's Courtney Martin said in her blog, " With employee and U.S. retiree contributions, we can donate to charitable organizations that will care for the communities where we live and work during this global pandemic. As Oregon’s largest private employer, and with over 21,000 employees, we have the power to affect real change as we tackle one of the largest challenges we have faced." 
   To learn more, read Martin's blog or visit the Intel Foundation website.