Audiomack has partnered with a nonprofit by the name of Slum2School to help students in Nigeria that have been displaced by the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. Through this partnership, Audiomack has donated $5,000 worth of tablets and headphones to help students learn virtually.
“While the Coronavirus pandemic has impacted all aspects of our lives including the education sector, we recognize the increased gap on children from underprivileged communities as they are unable to access quality education and learning materials. This donation demonstrates our efforts to bridge this gap because we are committed to fostering a world where everyone has the opportunity to learn and prosper,” Charlotte Bwana of Audiomack Africa said.
This is far from the first time that Audiomack has offered a helping hand to a community-based organization. Earlier this year, the streaming platform donated $5,000 to the Buju Banton Foundation.
“Given the economic moment and its impact on individuals and organizations, the Buju Banton Foundation salutes Audiomack for opening its heart and hands to vulnerable boys. The donation will be invested in resources that will prepare them for a better and brighter future,” Rosemary Duncan of the Buju Banton Foundation said.
More recently, Audiomack celebrated Women’s History Month by donating $2,000 to Girls Who Listen and Pretty Girls Sweat. Not to mention, Audiomack donated 200,000 face masks to Black-owned businesses during the COVID-19 pandemic.
“Like Girls Who Listen, Audiomack is constantly finding ways to give back, while supporting the future of the music industry,” Girls Who Listen Founder Kadijat Salawudeen said.
“We couldn’t have been more grateful for this opportunity!”
Audiomack makes a donation in support of the @Slum2School initiative in Africa.
— Audiomack (@audiomack) April 12, 2021