Google has recently demonstrated support for Ukraine during the continuing crisis with Russia by making it simple for users to donate money through the Play Store.
This week, a block labeled “Send assistance to Ukraine” appeared on the Google Play Store’s home page for Android users. It connects users to a page where they can quickly pay to support the country’s inhabitants who are suffering due to the crisis there. The International Rescue Committee , Center for Disaster Philanthropy (CDP), and UN Refugee Agency all benefit from donations.
Google outlines the initiative as follows:
Our thoughts are with Ukraine here at Play. These groups make a great effort to assist those in need, whether it be by offering supplies, shelter, or medical attention. We hope that you’ll be able to support us as well.
Of course, traditional financial contributions can be made to these causes through Google Play billing. Google notes that there are no fees and that 100% of donations, which can range from $5 to $100, go to the group.
Additionally, Google Play Points can be contributed to these causes. 250 Play Points will provide $5, while 50 Play Points will donate $1 to these organizations. Under the Use tab of Play Points in the Support a Good Cause section at the very bottom of the page, you can donate using these methods.
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