Apple rolled up its sleeves for the flood disaster in Western Europe. The firm from Cupertino started to heal the wounds of those who were hit heavily by the flood.
In Germany, Belgium and the Netherlands, which are called Western Europe; Sadly, more than 125 people died in the unprecedented flood, which damaged roads, homes, bridges and other infrastructure. 1,300 people were lost in this disaster and several small villages were razed by the flood waters. In addition, nearly 20,000 people were left without electricity or access to clean water due to the flooding. Apple CEO Tim Cook announced today that the company plans to donate to organizations in Western Europe to support flood recovery efforts.
Apple frequently donates money during natural disasters and has made several donations to fund California wildfire relief efforts. The Cupertino firm has also recently assisted organizations in Texas to help them cope with the harsh winter.
We can say that we are not surprised that Apple, which is one step ahead of its competitors in nature and health, also helps Western Europe. It should be noted that Apple, which always takes the responsibility in such humanitarian events, provides these aids free of charge and does not demand any privileges.
Due to the natural disaster that affected Western Europe, we expect other companies to provide such assistance. We hope that other companies that generate income from those countries will make a breakthrough in this regard as soon as possible and heal the wounds of the victims.