Under Armour Is Donating $2 Million in Community Support


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Baltimore-based athletic company Under Armour has announced they will be donating $2 million to support their communities in response to the coronavirus pandemic.

According to WJZ 13, Under Armour is donating $1M to Feeding America, "the nation’s largest domestic hunger-relief organization, working to connect people with food and end hunger."

The company is also holding a "Healthy at Home" 30 day challenge through its MyFitnessPal and MapMyRun apps. "When users join the challenge beginning March 23, Under Armour will donate up to $1 million in combination of monetary donation and product to support Good Sports’ efforts in ensuring youth sport leagues have the necessary equipment, footwear and apparel," reads the description on the company's website.

The donations will be focused on the regions of the US where their employees live and work, including Baltimore, San Francisco, Nashville, Austin, and Portland Oregon.

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