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Ralph Lauren Donating 1.5 Million Items to Frontline Workers Battling COVID-19

Ralph's Coffee also delivering coffee and baked goods to New York City hospitals
Image via: Huang Ligang/Ralph Lauren

Image via: Huang Ligang/Ralph Lauren

Back in April, Ralph Lauren committed $10 million USD to helping fight COVID-19. Now the brand is continuing to support relief efforts and specifically frontline workers.

In a global effort to support healthcare professionals, Ralph Lauren Corporate Foundation is donating 1.5 million clothing items to families. Items include sweatshirts and sweatpants, shirts and hoodies.


In New York City, Ralph's Coffee truck is delivering coffee and baked goods to hospitals. The truck was recently at Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Care Center and will make rounds across the city's hospitals in the coming weeks.

In related news, Supreme and The North Face will release an One World Tee tomorrow with 100% of profits going towards GlobalGiving to combat COVID-19.