Google Will Donate $2 For Every $1 Given By Public To Fight Ebola
Google's aim is to raise $7.5 million to give nonprofits working in West Africa.
Google said Monday it plans to donate $2 for every dollar donated by the public to fight Ebola.
The campaign was announced after Google and CEO Larry Page's foundation donated $25 million to fight the global Ebola crisis.
Google said it plans to raise an additional $7.5 million.
The funds will be distributed to four nonprofits working in West Africa.
Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg also donated $25 million to the Centers for Disease Control Foundation to help fight the disease.