CD Projekt donates nearly $1 million to Polish charity helping healthcare workers

The developer behind Cyberpunk 2077, The Witcher 3, and GOG ( CD Projekt) have donated 4 million Polish złoty to assist healthcare professionals within the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic. That is the equivalent of slightly below USD 1 million.

Co-founder Marcin Iwinski shared the news during a LinkedIn update in the week, announcing that CD Projekt had partnered with a Polish NGO called the excellent Orchestra of Christmas Charity (Fundacja Wielka Orkiestra Świątecznej Pomocy) to supply funds for medical equipment and aid. Half the funds came from the corporate itself, while the opposite half came from its board of directors and significant shareholders.

The Great Orchestra of Christmas Charity recently signed contracts to supply 150 medical care unit beds and 50,000 sets of specialized protective equipment to medical workers caring for patients suffering from the virus. The NGO works with the Polish Ministry of Health to make sure the funds go where they’re needed most within the country; the Polish government had confirmed 1,031 cases of coronavirus and 14 deaths as of Wednesday.

“We’d wish to thank all the brave souls who fight for our well-being a day and hope these funds help in your effort to rid us of the virus,” Iwinski said within the update.

CD Projekt Red is additionally doing its part to combat the spread of coronavirus by sending all of its developers to figure from home. The studio doesn’t anticipate any longer delays to Cyberpunk 2077 as a result of this changeover – albeit it does, keeping folks healthy is much more important than putting out a computer game on time.

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