The Pokemon Company Gives to Turkey and Syria Earthquake Relief

The Pokemon Company International Donates to Turkey and Syria Earthquake Relief Fund

The Pokemon Company International announced a new donation to charity, this time to support those affected by the earthquakes in Turkey and Syria. The company will donate $200,000 to GlobalGiving. This money will go to the Turkey and Syria Earthquake Relief Fund.

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Here’s the brief official The Pokemon Company International statement regarding its latest donation to charity.

Our hearts are with the people of Turkey and Syria affected by the recent earthquakes.

To support children and families in need across the region, The Pokemon Company International is donating $200,000 to its partners at GlobalGiving and their Turkey and Syria Earthquake Relief Fund. To learn more about GlobalGiving’s efforts please visit

The official GlobalGiving page for its Turkey and Syria Earthquake Relief Fund has a $5,000,000 goal. As of 12pm ET on February 23, 2023, it passed $3.16 million in donations from over 19,000 individuals and entities. The page noted that some of the ways the proceeds will be used is to provide clean food, water, medicine, housing, and care.

The Pokemon Company International is known for often donating to charity in times such as these. For example, in 2020 it donated $100,000 to Black Lives Matter and $100,000 to the NAACP. In 2022, it donated $200,000 to aid people affected by the war in Ukraine via GlobalGiving.

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